Author and the Book
About the Author
Helen Adams Keller, born on June 27, 1880, in Alabama, was an American author, political activist and lecturer. She was the first deaf-blind person to receive a Bachelors of Arts degree. Her physical disabilities were the results of an illness, most likely scarlet fever or meningitis, at the young age of nineteen months. Despite her illness, Helen showed keen concern for communication with others and for overcoming her physical disabilities. Her teacher, Anne Sullivan taught her for many years to prepare her to face the outside world.
In 1903, at the age of twenty two, Helen wrote her autobiography The Story of my Life with the help of her teacher Ann Sullivan and Ann’s husban…
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