On Helen Keller’s Autobiography

I only just finished reading The Story of My Life, by Helen Keller.  I felt it to be a wonderful book, interesting, fascinating, informative. She could neither see nor hear; yet she not only learned to communicate, but also to speak; English, French, and German.

You’ll want to get a thicker volume to read, I believe.  The edition I read contained her autobiography, her letters, and an additional account of her life, education, etc.

It may even be available for free on the Kindle, as it was first printed in 1902.  Other than this, I can but hope you enjoy it!


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One response to “On Helen Keller’s Autobiography

  1. Isn’t it amazing how this lady overcame such handicaps? thanks for drawing our attention to the book.

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