The Story of My Life: With Her Letters (1887-1901) and a Supplementary Account

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American author, political activist, and lecturer, Helen Keller was the first deaf-blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. Born in 1880 she fell ill at an early age with an illness, possibly scarlet fever or meningitis, which did not last very long yet unfortunately left her both deaf and blind. When Helen was six years old her mother, having been inspired by an account in Charles Dickens's "American Notes" of the successful education of another deaf and blind woman, sought the assistance of the "Perkins Institute ...

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