Hour of Gold, Hour of Lead: Diaries and Letters of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, 1929-1932
A continuation of the author's memoirs, covering the period from just before her marriage to Charles Lindbergh in May, 1929 to shortly after the birth of their second child in August, 1932. A sequel to her Bring me a unicorn.
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At any time I may be routed out of my bed so that a group of detectives may have
a conference in the room. It is so terrifically unreal that I do not feel anything."
Here is one key to the mystery. Another key was hope. After the first shock, we
Hope well, Thursday, May 79, 79 32 They have had a duplicate ladder up to the
window and gone through the whole thing again. They reconstruct this: That the
baby was put into a burlap bag (found near the grave) and passed or taken out of
To live there in no hope, where I lived so long just on that. Hopewell, Sunday,
June 26, 7932 C., Betty, and I to Hopewell; hot, bumpy ride. The house gleams
white and fresh after the Whateleys" work. It is cool and peaceful, a home again
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If, in the letters and journals of Bring Me a Unicorn Anne Morrow Lindbergh was a fresh-faced college girl, she is now a daring pilot and adventurer in Hour of Gold, Hour of Lead. The year 1929 begins ... Read full review
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As the title suggests, one must be prepared for an emotional roller-coaster ride while sharing the years of 1929-1932 with Anne Morrow Lindbergh. We have a shy, intellectual, sheltered, socially ... Read full review