Anne Morrow Lindbergh Writing Styles in Gift from the Sea

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Anne Morrow Lindbergh spent many summers on a Maine island with her family, creating a love of the sea. After she married Charles Lindbergh in 1929, Anne became a celebrated figure, traveling with Charles on transoceanic voyages. After the much publicized kidnapping and death of the Lindbergh baby, their first child, the Lindberghs fled to Europe to try and collect what was left of their lives. The Lindberghs returned to the U.S. due to WWII and took up residence on the Connecticut coast where they raised five children. Anne's days were spent quietly writing and raising children. Although Charles was a worldwide celebrity for his solo flight across the Atlantic, Anne gained notoriety in her own right. Intelligent and determined, Anne accomplished much on her own, including writing best-selling books and becoming the first woman to obtain a gliders pilot license.

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