Books: So Well Remembered

LOCKED ROOMS AND OPEN DOORS: Diaries and Letters of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, 1933-1935 352 pages. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. $7.95.

Few writers have combed their own lives for meaning more assiduously than Anne Morrow, the shy, highborn girl who married Charles A. Lindbergh at the height of his fame. Her books range from North to the Orient to Gift from the Sea. At their best they establish her as a womanly writer of considerable skill and restraint and justly give her a stature apart from her role as the Lone Eagle's wife. "Damn, damn, damn," she once confided to her diary....

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