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Dozens, if not hundreds of books have been written about Earhart, arguably the patron saint of women fliers.
Morris, the Purdue professor, was the first person to write about Earhart’s newly discovered poems in her 2005 article.
Brimhall wrestled with Earhart’s poetry for an article she wrote for Literary Hub.
Part literary detective and part fellow traveler, Brimhall extrapolated from her own experience as she tried to decipher Earhart’s words.
He continues to be enthralled not so much by Earhart as by the process of determining what exactly befell her and her aircraft.
In 2014 we have suddenly lurched backward to 1937 and the world of Amelia Earhart.
By 1937 Amelia Earhart was the most famous aviatrix in the world, a modern female icon.
Years after the book was published, the search for Earhart continues with more intensity than ever.
In the meantime, Earhart seems to have become more than a heroine, a myth, or even a mystery.
Ruth Nichols held the long distance record for women until it was broken by Amelia Earhart.Famous Flyers|David Goodger (email@example.com)
I remember once failing in my recitation, and after class Mr. Earhart came into my room to comfort me.Modern Persia|Mooshie G. Daniel