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The Miracle Worker

Summary: Proves that Annie succeeds in teaching. Helen that all things have names and meanings, but is hampered by the members of the Keller family along the way. The Miracle Worker by William Gibson.
In the play The Miracle Worker, William Gibson shows how if you have enough determination, you can achieve what others perceive to be the impossible. The play portrays the story of Annie Sullivan, a young, militant Northerner, Helen Keller, a deaf, blind, stubborn child, and their progression of understanding each other and the world around them. Annie is hired to teach Helen, which has never successfully been done before. Annie succeeds in teaching Helen that all things have names and meanings, but is hampered by the members of the Keller family along the way.

Captain Keller continuously argues with Annie making it even more difficult for her to teach Helen. For example, when Annie, Captain Keller, and Kate are in the greenhouse disputing Annie's proposition about taking full control of Helen, Captain Keller agrees to her proposal but with two conditions: one being that Annie change her...

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