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  • The Story of My Life
    The book The Story of My Life is an autobiography about the life of Helen Keller. The title tells exactly what it is about. Helen writes about the real events in her life in a narrative form....

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    The Keller home was known as Ivy Green. When Helen was young, she lived with her family in a very small house on the family land. She explains that it was the custom for the family to do this,...

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    After weeks of perseverance and many attempts, Miss Sullivan was able to teach Helen the connection between words and objects. She taught her young student that everything had a name. This opened...

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    Helen climbed a tree and was frightened by a storm, but later that spring she climbed another tree anyway. Helen is still young and learning about the world after her “soul’s sudden...

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    Helen loves nature, but she describes a time when she was in a tree during a storm and realized nature could be frightening. Helen adores nature. Anne Sullivan brings her into the fields to smell...

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    Helen Keller lived a life of darkness for many years until Miss Sullivan, her teacher, arrived. Helen's methods of communication up until then were crude and limited because of her blindness and...

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    When Helen Keller was born in Tuscumbia, Alabama in 1880, her "life was simple and much like every other little life." She lived as an ordinary baby until the age of one. It was then that she...

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    During the early years of Helen Keller's life, she lived in a small house on the family's property with her parents. This tiny house "was called 'Ivy Green.'" Beside the house was an...

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    It may seem odd to answer a question about how Helen Keller’s family became acquainted with the Perkins Institute by introducing Alexander Graham Bell, a man we all know best as the inventor of...

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    In her autobiography, Helen Keller wrote that she did not remember when she came to the realization that she "was different from other people." She did realize this fact before Anne Sullivan, her...

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    Arthur and Kate Keller were determined to find help for their daughter, Helen. Helen became deaf and blind when she was one year old. In the 1880s, children with such severe disabilities were...

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    Helen Keller's autobiography, The Story of my Life, was written to share Keller's exceptional obstacles in life and how she was able to overcome them. Keller suffered a fever which left her both...

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    Martha Washington was a young African American child who lived on the Keller homestead. She was the daughter of the family cook. Helen Keller described Martha Washington as being "black as ebony,...

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    In The Story of My Life by Helen Keller, chapter 15 begins after '"The Frost King" incident.' Helen admits, that even though the incident may be forgotten, she no longer trusts herself to write...

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    To write a character sketch of Miss Sullivan based on The Story of My Life, you will mainly have to focus on a short portion of her life. Miss Sullivan entered Helen's life when she was twenty and...

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    Keller is expressing a certain reluctance in writing about her life, especially the part when she was very young, before the fever that took away her sight and hearing. This is a little unexpected,...

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    Mr. Gilman was the principal of the Cambridge School, which Helen Keller attended to prepare for college. It was also called the Gilman School. Though Mr. Gilman was the principal of the school, he...

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    In 1896, Helen began studying at the Cambridge School for Young Ladies in preparation for admittance into Radcliffe and was soon accompanied by her younger sister Mildred. But when Helen grew ill...

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    Peter Fagan is actually not mentioned in Helen Keller's autobiography, The Story of My Life, as the autobiography was actually published in 1903, whereas Helen did not meet Peter until 1916, when...

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    Helen Keller found school examinations to be tiresome and overwhelming. Helen could not simply sit down, read an examination paper, and write the answers like most students. She instead had to have...

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    Dr Bell, best known now as an inventor, was a doctor who helped people with hearing deficiencies. Keller first meets him when she is six years old: He held me on his knee while I examined his...

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    After working so hard to earn admission to Radcliffe, Keller's actual experience of being at college was a bit of a let down. In Chapter 20 of The Story of My Life, Keller tells the story of the...

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    Based on Anne Sullivan's report dated 1890, found at the end of Helen Keller's autobiography in the section titled "A Supplementary Account of Helen Keller's Life and Education," we learn that in...

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    Helen Keller's father was Arthur H. Keller. He had been married once before he married Helen's mother. He had two older sons with his previous wife. During the Civil War, Arthur Keller had...

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    In The Story of My Life by Helen Keller, Helen reveals her helplessness as she struggles to mimic those around her, especially her parents but is unable to find any satisfaction or understand her...

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    In Chapter III of her autobiography, Helen Keller notes that she was referred to Dr. Alexander Graham Bell by Dr. Chisholm when she was 6 years old, during the summer of 1886. Though Dr. Bell was...

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    Merton S. Keith was Helen's mathematics teacher. He also helped Helen with Greek and Latin. He lived in Cambridge, Massachusetts. For months, Mr. Keith tutored Helen twice a week. Eventually,...

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    Dr. Edward Everett Hale was a longtime dear friend of Helen Keller. He was a distant relation of hers through her maternal grandmother, who was an Everett. Helen met Dr. Hale when she was...

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  • The Story of My Life
    Helen began preparing for her entrance to Radcliffe College when she was sixteen. She attended the Cambridge School for Young Ladies in order to prepare for her Radcliffe examinations. She worked...

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    In the autumn of the year 1896, Helen "entered the Cambridge School for Young Ladies, to be prepared for Radcliffe [College]." She quickly discovered that school was quite an adjustment. The...

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    In her autobiography, The Story of My Life, Helen Keller is well-known for her poetic use of language to express herself. After an illness, and having been left blind and deaf at the age of...

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    Helen visited the World's Fair in Chicago, Illinois in the summer of 1893. At the fair, Helen's dear friend Alexander Graham Bell served as a guide to her and Ms. Sullivan. Alexander Graham Bell...

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    Helen spent a summer in Nova Scotia in 1901. While there, she spent many "wondrous hours" sailing. She described sailing as being her "favourite amusement." She spent a lot of time in Halifax,...

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    To summarize a chapter, we first carefully read the chapter while making notes of important details. To pick out important details, think about how the information Helen is telling us relates to...

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    Helen Keller's parents were extremely supportive of their daughter. As a toddler, an illness left Helen deaf and blind. Her parents did not know what to do, but they sought help. They contacted...

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    Helen was overcome with joy when she realized that each thing had a name. First, Ms. Sullivan taught Helen that the letters "w-a-t-e-r" being spelled into her hand meant the cool liquid from the...

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    Helen Keller was a woman who accomplished much in her life. She wrote her autobiography, The Story of My Life, which detailed her experiences from infancy to her early twenties. When Helen was a...

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    Helen Keller's parents sought help from Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, who was famous for inventing the telephone. He had family members who were deaf, so he had sympathy for Helen's plight. In her...

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    Helen Keller wrote her autobiography, The Story of My Life, as a first person narrative. She described her second year at Radcliffe College as "the happiest." This was because Helen enjoyed her...

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    Despite being both deaf and blind, Helen Keller was taught by Anne Sullivan to read braille at a young age. Reading became a practical benefit and a lifelong passion for Keller, who would go on to...

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  • The Story of My Life
    Mr Eugene C. Vining, an instructor at the Perkins Institute for the Blind, was hired by Radcliffe College to assist with Helen's entrance examinations. Mr Vining was responsible for copying the...

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    Chapter 15: With hesitation, Helen began writing her autobiography. She had reservations about writing because a year before, she had unintentionally plagiarized when writing a creative story....

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    Helen Keller is famous for becoming an author and political activist and for attaining a bachelor's degree despite living with multiple impairments. During her time, most people who were deaf...

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    Helen was fascinated by the ocean. She recalled that because she "had always lived far inland... [she] had never had so much as a whiff of salt air." The ocean was an entirely new experience for...

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    Helen began her autobiography by introducing her parents and relations. Her mother's maiden name was Kate Adams. When her mother married Arthur H. Keller, she became Kate Adams Keller. Kate's...

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    Helen Keller was an avid reader. She especially loved reading Mark Twain's books. To her delight, he also became a friend to her. When Helen was living in New York, she met Mr. and Mrs. Hutton....

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    Arthur H. Keller was the father of Helen Keller. He had served as "a captain in the Confederate Army" during the Civil War. He married his first wife and had two sons. He later married his...

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    Helen Keller wrote The Story of My Life when she was in her early twenties. During the early part of her life, Helen stayed busy. When she was not in school, she travelled with Miss Sullivan....

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    Chapter seventeen of The Story of My Life covers the summer of 1894, when Helen was a young teenager. It was during that summer that Helen attended a very important meeting of the American...

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    Helen attended Radcliffe College in Massachusetts. She "began [her] studies with eagerness" at Radcliffe. She found that the "lecture-halls seemed filled with the spirit of the great and the...

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