Anne Morrow Lindbergh
She is the author of Gift from the Sea. A writer and celebrity, she is known for her tenacity, intelligence and grace.
Although he is only mentioned briefly, and that in the role of her husband, he was obviously the center of Anne's life.
The author refers to them as a group. It is obvious They are a priority in her life and although Anne mourns the loss of time in which she can find and celebrate her own self, they are never a source of resentment nor seen as a burden.
Another unnamed member of the family, she represents the ideal of being able to live with another while maintaining one's self. She and Anne co-exist for a week, spending time together in conversation and activity.
German Concentration Camp Prisoner
This is the man who shares with Anne...
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