The Sea appears in non-fiction
The main object of the story, this offers insight and clues for the author's musings.
The Beach appears in non-fiction
This is the place where Anne spends most of her time examining and comparing the shells. It offers a plethora of gifts from the sea for the taking, each representing a different stage in the author's life.
The Shells appears in non-fiction
There are many of these representing the stages of life and the author details each one's physical characteristics and how it corresponds with the phases each individual must face.
Lindbergh Home appears in non-fiction
This place in Connecticut is described as both a quiet place and as one that spawns a lot of activity. It is clearly the center of the Lindbergh world, where all things occur or return.
The Cottage appears in non-fiction
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