Locked Rooms and Open Doors: Diaries and Letters 1933-1935

Locked Rooms and Open Doors Diaries and Letters Locked Rooms and Open Doors Diaries and Letters by Lindbergh Anne Morrow

  • Title: Locked Rooms and Open Doors: Diaries and Letters 1933-1935
  • Author: Anne Morrow Lindbergh
  • ISBN: 9780151529582
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Locked Rooms and Open Doors Diaries and Letters 1933 1935, by Lindbergh, Anne Morrow

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    About "Anne Morrow Lindbergh"

    1. Anne Morrow Lindbergh

      Anne Morrow Lindbergh was born in 1906 She married Charles Lindbergh in 1929 and became a noted aviator in her own right, eventually publishing several books on the subject and receiving several aviation awards Gift from the Sea, published in 1955, earned her international acclaim She was inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame, the National Women s Hall of Fame, and the Aviation Hall of Fame of New Jersey War Within and Without, the penultimate installment of her published diaries, received the Christopher Award in 1980 Mrs Lindbergh died in 2001 at the age of ninety four.Not to be confused with her daughter Anne Lindbergh.

    704 thoughts on “Locked Rooms and Open Doors: Diaries and Letters 1933-1935”

    1. Fascinating look at Charles Lindbergh's wife through her letters and diaries. This was the period just after the kidnapping and murder of their first child and the incredible publicity.


    2. Volume three of Anne Morrow Lindbergh's diaries and letters is definitely darker and deals with the relentless media frenzy surrounding the Lindberghs, whether at home or visiting throughout the world on their aviation journeys. Anne writes poignantly of the struggle to build her young family in peace, and the difficulties she weathers in her relationships with her mother and siblings as she evolves as a wife, mother, and woman.A couple standout passages, vintage AML:"I thought, too, as I held m [...]


    3. Her writings are intimate, introspective and poetic,the excitement and challenges of being Charles Lindbergh' wife as and she navigates with him aviation routes, and the agony and heartbreak of so much loss, to her son and her sister, her father in the backdrop of the early thirties in the 20th century.


    4. Very well written and an insightful look into Annes' life as a mother , wife and navigator.I learned alot about how Charles and Anne navigated the flight patterns for the airlines.Also the Lindberghs were often put into the public eye and were not always comfortable in that situation. Anne was a bit shy and unsure of herself worth. But truly Anne and Charles had a deep love and bond.


    5. The first half of the book is mostly a documentation of a long flight Charles and Anne took not very engaging, it felt like a simple log of the trip. But the second half of the book was a lot more diary entries and letters with poetic ponderings and wisdom. I really love and prefer the pondering Anne Lindbergh over the aviator Anne Lindbergh.


    6. Beautifully written. The only problem is that if you know very little about Anne Morrow Lindbergh her writings about various people are hard to understand. Some kind of guide to these people would have been helpful.



    7. I'm not usually interested in auto-biographies but this book found me at a used book sale, and I have become enrapt in this book and the history of the Lindbergh family



    8. Fascinating, vunerable tale covering 1933-1935, in the aftermath of Charles Lindbergh Jr. being kidnapped and murdered, Anne's journey with her husband looking for Pan Am flight possibilities through multiple countries. Not only did I learn geography I was unfamiliar with, I got a window into the lives of people I've heard of, but not met, if only a glimpse. I got to watch Anne process a relatively new marriage, intense publicity, horrific grief, and her own feelings of who she might be. Her wri [...]


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