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This moving memoir relates Lynn Burlingham's battle for her own identity as child, teen and adult amid the influence of her famous extended family: great-grandfathers Louis Comfort Tiffany and Charles Culp Burlingham; grandmother Dorothy Tiffany Burlingham; grandfather Einar Håkon Sørensen; uncle George F. Kennan; and Anna Freud, her grandmother's colleague, companion and confidant, and her father's psychiatrist.
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About the Author
Lynn Burlingham was a finalist for the Delacorte Prize, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and was a 2014 Kansas Notable Book Award author. She has an MA from Columbia University's Teachers College and has taught writing to junior high students, as well as developing and leading programs for gifted students. She grew up in New York and London and now lives in Lawrence, Kansas. Lynn is passionate about books and writing.