Answer all 3

Answer all 3 others? melen in her efforts to speak like INTERPRETATION 1. An opening paragraph generally serves the purpose of introduction. How does the opening paragraph serve that function in this chapter? 2. This feeling began to agitate me with a vexing, forward-reaching sense of a lack that should be filled. What is the lack Helen is referring to? Could she have used this statement to describe any other phase of her life? Which one? 3. How can you make out Helen's love for her sister?

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Given below are the answers to your questions.
  1. An introduction always helps the reader to understand what the chapter intends to convey. The chapter that is being referred to here talks about the communication methods devised by Helen and how she was taught to communicate using manual alphabets.
  2. The lack that Helen refers to here is the lack of communicative skills like the other people around her. She could communicate only using manual alphabets and therefore, she considered it to be something lacking.
  3. Helen was desperate to communicate with her sister and they shared a loving relationship. Mildred also took her hand and kissed it as soon as they met.
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