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  • After that comes what I refer to as the "Helen Keller" model.

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  • Of particular interest in this chapter is Dickens 'account of Laura Bridgeman, who may best be described as Helen Keller's predecessor.

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  • I certainly do not begrudge Kreisberg for trying to use an established character such as Helen Keller to tell an adventure story.

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  • The first classes of Soviet fast-attack submarines had been equipped with 'Helen Keller' sonars that could neither see nor hear, and the boats themselves had been noisier than unmuffled automobiles.

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  • She included significant translations in English, Japanese and Bengali; Bibles with prominent publishers; those with unique marketing campaigns; and several with famous owners, such as Helen Keller, or intended readers, including Pony Express riders and World War II sailors and airmen.

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  • He chatted with farmers and hosted great names from out of town, such as Helen Keller, whose caretaker, Annie Sullivan, Twain helped immortalize by giving her the nickname that became the title of a play and movie, "The Miracle Worker." -

  • Suddenly, Helen Keller and other tragic figures became my world.

    Nikki Luongo: 'You Seem So Normal!'

  • Had Annie Sullivan the teacher played by Anne Bancroft not imposed very strong boundaries from the beginning, I believe Helen Keller would not have become the beautiful, competent and grand woman she ultimately turned out to be.

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  • Helen Keller accurately described this when she said, "Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it."

    Wendy Strgar: Where Healing Begins

  • Helen Keller also said that, “It is a terrible thing to see and have no vision,” yet, if anyone has misjudged me, failed to see me as I am, it is no one's fault but my own, for no one can see what isn't shown or hear what isn't said.



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