THE STORY OF MY LIFE and THE WORLD I LIVE IN

THE STORY OF MY LIFE and THE WORLD I LIVE IN

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Helen Keller's autobiographies THE STORY OF MY LIFE and THE WORLD I LIVE IN chronicle in her own words the remarkable true story we have come to know from the stage and film productions of THE MIRACLE WORKER. Here we discover Helen's thoughts and feelings hidden in the blind, deaf, and mute character in those productions-thoughts and feelings she came to express with such eloquence orally and in writings in later years. And here we are inspired not only by Helen Keller and her journey but also by the intriguing possibilities that certainly must be awaiting discovery in others. EARLY REVIEWS "The autobiography of Helen Keller is unquestionably one of the most remarkable records ever published."-British Weekly "This book is a human document of intense interest, and without a parallel, we suppose, in the history of literature."-Yorkshire Post "Miss Keller's autobiography, well written and full of practical interest in all sides of life, literary, artistic and social, records an extraordinary victory over physical disabilities."-Times "This book is a record of the miraculous. No one can read it without being profoundly touched by the patience and devotion which brought the blind, deaf-mute child into touch with human life, without being filled with wonder at the quick intelligence which made such communication with the outside world possible."-Queen
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Product details

  • Paperback | 142 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 200g
  • English
  • 1490990216
  • 9781490990217
  • 63,852

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