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THE REIGN OF ROTH

EVEN WITH HIS 26TH BOOK about to appear in bookstores, Philip Roth is still revising. Now 71, Roth has won just about every major American award a novelist can...

Books: The Once Favored Son

Lloyd's of London refused to offer odds; the trip was too dangerous. Then ships in the Atlantic radioed sightings, and after 28 hours of flight, the Spirit of...

The Flyer CHARLES LINDBERGH

I was the youngest of four brothers and two sisters and grew up during the second half of my father's life, when the early years of triumph, tragedy and...

Books: The Sky Lover

LINDBERGH by LEONARD MOSLEY 446 pages. Doubleday. $12.95. On the afternoon of March 1, 1940, Charles A. Lindbergh ducked into the Smithsonian Institution to...

American Notes: According to Lindy

Charles A. Lindbergh has always been a fascinating blend of contradictions: mystic and mechanic, first hero of the machine age, world-traveling anchorite. As...

Books: The Lindbergh Heart

THE WARTIME JOURNALS OF CHARLES A. LINDBERGH. 1,038 pages. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. $12.95. During a 1944 strafing mission in the Pacific, the tormented and...

Time Essay: Lindbergh: The Heroic Curiosity

The air above the North Atlantic, so lonely half a century ago that Charles Lindbergh said he communed with ghosts and guardian spirits, is dense now with...

HEROES: The Lone Eagle's Final Flight

In a sense it was a stunt, a daredevil adventure that no man who was concerned about his safety and his future should have attempted. But Charles Lindbergh's...

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