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Lindbergh, Reeve.
TitleNo more words : a journal of my mother, Anne Morrow Lindbergh / Reeve Lindbergh
New York : Simon & Schuster, [2001]

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LocationCall No.Status
 Colby Miller Ground Floor Bookstacks 1 (S1) PS3523.I516 Z76 2001  Available
 Bowdoin Main Libr PS3523.I516 Z76 2001  Available
Description174 pages ; 23 cm
SubjectLindbergh, Anne Morrow, 1906-2001 -- Last years.
Lindbergh, Reeve -- Family.
Aging parents -- Family relationships -- United States.
Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
Women air pilots -- United States -- Biography.
Parent and adult child -- United States.
Mothers and daughters -- United States.
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September 1999
I learned to know the world through words, but they were not my own. From the beginning of my life, as I remember it, everything I understood was made plain to me in her language, which I knew much better than my own. Her quiet voice, her exquisite gentle articulation, her loving eloquence, all of these things spoke me through my days, comforted my nights, and gave each hour of every twenty-four its substance, shape, and meaning from the time that I was born.
She knew me well, and at each moment of my need, she spoke the words I needed. Sometimes the words were...
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PS3523.O46 C3 2010
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About The Author

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Reeve Lindbergh
Reeve Lindbergh is the youngest child of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, and the author of numerous books. She lives with her family near St. Johnsbury, Vermont.
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October 15, 2001

In a book best described as "intimate," Lindbergh shares her deepest insights while caring for her elderly mother, Anne Morrow Lindbergh. Challenged by the perils of old age and a series of strokes, Mrs. Lindbergh made her final home on a farm in Vermont, in a house adjacent to her daughter's. Famous for her writing and her proficiency as a navigator for her aviator (read more)
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August 15, 2001

A moving but frank account of the last year of Anne Morrow Lindbergh's life, by her daughter, that poignantly details an often difficult relationship between a loving parent and her now-adult child. Like all journals, this is as much a record of emotions as events. Lindbergh (Under a Wing, 1998, etc.) begins with the summer of 1999 when it was apparent that (read more)
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Book Profile
Name: Lindbergh, Anne Morrow
Gender: Female
Occupation: Pilot; Writer; Poet
Attributes: American; Stroke victim; Married to Charles Lindbergh; first child was kidnapped and murdered; first licensed woman glider pilot; author of nearly a dozen books
Birth Place: Englewood, New Jersey
NonFiction; Domestic; Family; Biography
Pilots; Aging; Mothers and daughters; Family relationships; Lindbergh family;Stroke patients
Vermont; New England (U.S.)
Time Period
1990s-2000s; 20th-21st century
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Anne Morrow Lindberghfamily memoir
Non-Fiction / Biographybiographymothers and daughtersautobiography
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