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She had a teacher named as Miss Sullivan who supported her in her learning extensively.
Miss Sullivan not only taught her to spell the words, but also to understand feelings and express them. Her educational years were beautified because of Miss Sullivan’s presence. Her life was never static, but always moving because of her learning attached to her motion. She narrates many incidents of her life that give her different kinds of lessons. She also travelled to many places with Miss Sullivan who was very much interested to facilitate Helen in all kinds of learning. Her vocabulary and learning got enriched because of all the incidents and travelling. She was able to complete her graduation based on her continued learning and support from Miss Sullivan. Although, she faced many difficulties in the way, but achieved at the end. She regarded her books as her friends. She seems happy with her supporters’ efforts in leading her life as a privileged life. She had many deprivations, but was able to achieve because she was made
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The literary device of analogy is derives from the Greek term meaning “equality of rations, proportion” and is defined as “Reasoning or arguing from a parallel case.” (Lanham, 1991, p. 11). In factual texts, like reports and instructions, authors rarely use analogies, because they are concerned with things as they actually are, without any embellishments.
I could not surmise if it is because of my ethnic origins or due to diverse cultural upbringing that my life seemed to be chaotic at the onset. I grew up exposed to dysfunctional relationships where both parents exhibit frequent fights, one which led to a plane destined to Dominican Republic, to my grandparents’ home.
This was made worse by the fact that I am a blind student and it was difficult for me to get the best education. I always felt like I was not living life to my fullest and that there were inadequate opportunities in my mother country to become the best I could be.
Language has taken Helen out of the dark, bitter, and angry world. After that day, the world has witnessed the rapid intellectual and emotional development in her. She grew up to become a teacher, writer, and motivator despite her physical incapability. I strongly believe that language is a liberating factor and the refinement of our language ability can unleash a colossal improvement to our humanity.
There is not much room for error here. The Play itself is about how Anne Sullivan Struggles to teach a blind and deaf Helen Keller to communicate. The enormity of the task seems quite overwhelming. I had read the story, but how would one be able to act this on the stage
Back in China, when I was in kindergarten, I won a contest. I do not quite remember what the contest was, but my prize was a book--a picture book in fact. The front cover had the bold title “Helen Keller” on it. That night I asked my mother to
The paper will explore the author’s early life, later political and social events and the world’s reactions to Keller’s work. Through an analysis of “The world I live in” it will be possible to determine why Keller is still
However, she did not allow the illness to depress her and devised some gestures and signs that could allow her communicate with the family members and the friends. She was always an active member of her family and did all the house chores without any