“Knowledge is love and light and vision.”
Regarded as the advocate for people with disabilities, Helen Keller first published her autobiography The Story of My Life in 1903. Theautobiography gives a detailed account of her life till the age of 21, and foregrounds her experiences, especially with her teacher Anne Sullivan. Helen Keller begins this book with a dedication to Alexander Graham Bell, who played a vital role in her life.
An honest account of unwavering determination and perseverance, this book reflects the seemingly ordinary achievements of an extraordinary woman, serving as an inspirational tale of success which everyone should abide by and embrace!
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