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The Story of My Life

Helen Keller

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The Story of My Life is a personal account of Helen Keller’s life, from her early days to those as an adult. It includes how she came to meet her teacher Ann Sullivan, and learned to communicate using the manual alphabet. It then goes on to chronicle her days as a college student.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .e faced them many times and cast them down and made them bite the dust, yet they rise again and menace me with pale looks, until like Bob Acres I feel my courage oozing out at my finger ends. The days before these ordeals take place are spent in cramming your mind with mystic formula and indigestible dates—unpalatable diets, until you wish that books and science and you were buried in the depths of the sea.

At last the dreaded hour arrives, and you are a favoured being indeed if you feel prepared, and are able at the right time to call to your standard thoughts that will aid you in that supreme effort. It happens too often that your trumpet call is unheeded. It is most perplexing and exasperating that just at the moment when you need your memory and a nice sense of discrimination, these faculties take to themselves wings and fly away. The facts you have garnered with such infinite trouble invariably fail you at a pinch.

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The Story of My Life, Helen Keller

The Story of My Life, first published in 1903, is Helen Keller's autobiography detailing her early life, especially her experiences with Anne Sullivan. Portions of it were adapted by William Gibson for a 1957 Playhouse 90 production, a 1959 Broadway play, a 1962 Ho

I have always held Helen Keller in high regard. How can you not, really? She is a remarkable woman. I did a report on her in grade school, and though I forgot many facts of her life over the years, what I learned of her perseverance and strength of spirit left a lasting impression on me.

Helen Keller

يا لجمال روحها التي ترى بها الأشياء، وتسمع بها الأصوات!!
ومن جمال روحها انبثقت رؤيتها للكون من حولها...تصف الطبيعة من حولها وكأنها تراها بعينيها، وتسمع كل صوت فيها بأذنيها...وكم ممن يملكون عيونا وسمعا لا يدركون موطن الجمال في كل ما هو حولهم!!

هيلين كيلر...قصة أخرى من القصص المحفزة والملهمة...لامرأة تح

يمكنك بصعوبة أن تُلقّن معاني الأشياء الملموسة من حولك‏
يمكنك أن تعرف وأنت لا تسمع أو تبصر معنى ‏ملعقة..زهرة..قطة

ولكن كيف يمكنك أن تتعلم معنى كلمات كالحب أو الحرية أو ‏الإرادة الحرة..؟
كيف تعرف ما هي المثابرة أو الصبر أو العزم..؟؟

كيف يمكن وصفها لك بلمسات أصابع على يديك

كيف يمكنك استيعابها.. ثم اكتشاف أن

Helen Keller died at the age of 87 in 1968.
At 19 months old, she came down with an illness ( Scarlet fever), that left her blind, deaf, and mute.

Most people are familiar
“The Miracle Worker”... the award winning play.
Less are familiar of her many contributions. She became a writer, and publisher.

When I learned about Helen Keller, the impression I was given of her was that her life was ~so miserable~ until she was graciously granted a teacher who showed her the world and how to communicate. This book posits Helen's life as that of a blessing, one where she had moments of hardship, but she st

I just wish I had half her eagerness to learn, and even a smidgeon of her abilities, resilience, joie de vivre and determination. While reading, I was constantly wondering, how can a blind and deaf person exhibit such rich vocabulary and such detailed images of the world around us? Hope nothing's wr

What I was looking for in this book is not what I got, but I am still glad I read it.

This is an autobiography written by Helen Keller (1880- 1968). It was published when she was still only twenty-two, when she began her education at Radcliffe. Thus, it does not cover her whole life and is in a sense

"Thus it is that my friends have made the story of my life. In a thousand ways they have turned my limitations into beautiful privileges, and enabled me to walk serene and happy in the shadow cast by my deprivation."

This captivating memoir written by Helen Keller at the age of twenty-two was such a

A remarkable story of a remarkable woman who defeats all the odds stacked against her. Helen at the age of 19 months old contracts an illness that renders her both deaf and blind. This story mainly focuses on Helen's earlier life and describes how she learns to read, write and communicate with the a

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