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  • If Keller’s parents hadn’t been wealthy enough to hire Anne Sullivan aka “Teacher”, Keller herself would not have become useful to the world, and by her own definition, a life not worth living.

    Mary Daly not allowed to rest in peace « Knitting Clio

  • NATALIE: The girls are heading to group therapy with Anne Sullivan, an extremely stylish and smart therapist who tries to convince Spencer, Aria, Emily and Hanna that her office is a safe haven, but who is perplexed by their erratic behavior.

    Mega Buzz: Bones' Sniper Returns, Bree's New Man, and Five-0's Team Shakeup

  • She sees good leaders as the linchpin of ethical businesses, and holds up Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton and Anne Sullivan, who taught Helen Keller, as models.

    Emphasis on Ethics

  • Gillian Tooley, for example, was weird to the point of obnoxiousness, Kevin Frink was almost scary, and Sarah Volley had a disturbing tendency to grasp my arm with both hands while we walked, as if she were Helen Keller and I was Anne Sullivan.

    The Six Rules of Maybe

  • But with the guidance of her teacher Anne Sullivan, she learned to communicate through the eyes and ears of others.

    The Light of a Brighter Day

  • In the 1962 film of Helen's story, The Miracle Worker, Helen was played by Patty Duke, who won an Oscar, and Anne Bancroft portrayed Anne Sullivan.

    Kenneth C. Davis: Helen Keller: Socialist and Pacifist

  • In 1887, Anne Sullivan (1866-1936), child of poor Irish immigrants and nearly blind herself, was hired to tutor the uncontrollable Helen.

    Kenneth C. Davis: Helen Keller: Socialist and Pacifist

  • What most people know of Helen Keller (1880-1968) comes from the play and film The Miracle Worker which tells the remarkable story of the relationship between Helen Keller, who became blind and deaf at the age of two, and her teacher Anne Sullivan.

    Kenneth C. Davis: Helen Keller: Socialist and Pacifist

  • Helen Keller 1880-1968 lost both her sight and hearing when only nineteen months old and yet overcame such hardships through rigorous education and practice with her teacher Anne Sullivan, eventually receiving a college education at Radcliffe and writing twelve books.

    Helen Keller Statue Unveiled « Gender Across Borders

  • There is an interesting article about Anne Sullivan and the role she played in the extraordinary life of the deaf-blind woman, Helen Keller.

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