Bring Me a Unicorn Author:Anne Morrow Lindbergh THE DIARIES AND LETTERS OF ANNE MORROW LINDBERGH (1922-1928) — — FALLING IN LOVE WITH THE MOST WORSHIPPED HERO ON EARTH — “EXTRAORDINARY . . . BRINGS TO INTENSE LIFE EVERY MOMENT AS SHE LIVED IT.” — —The New York Times Book Review — No two people could have been more dissimilar: Lindbergh, the idol of the day, a man of action and singular courage; ... more »Anne, shy intellectual, unsure -- and at first meeting quite put off. “I certainly was not going to worship ‘Lindy’ (that odious name, anyway).”
From these letters and diaries that mirror the changing moods and emotions of a woman’s early life, and that range from a schoolgirl’s delight in a European junket to a college student’s tremulous love for one of the great heroes of the age, Anne Morrow Lindbergh has created a remarkable picture of a person and a period.
“A SOUL-SEARCHING HEROINE WORTHY OF A BRONTE NOVEL . . . Anne Lindbergh's book is, as she hoped it would be, ‘alive and moving,’ a unique affirmation of human possibility.”