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Critical Lens on Ellen Foster and The Miracle Worker

Summary: A comparison between the books Ellen Foster by Kaye Gibbons, and The Miracle Worker by William Gibson. It is in critical lens format with the CL being "There comes a time in a person's life when to get where he/she has to go, if there are no doors, he/she walks through a wall."
"There comes a time in a person's life when to get where he/she has to go, if there are no doors, he/she walks through a wall." We lead our lives like water flowing down a hill, going more of less in the same direction until we splash into something that forces us to find a new course. Sometimes, that course is not obvious or even available. Those who are strong willed pave their own course. I will prove this critical lens by using the books Ellen Foster by Kaye Gibbons, and by Kaye Gibbons, and The Miracle Worker by William Gibson.

In Ellen Foster Ellen is given a lot of `dead-ends.' She did not really have a `road of life.' She took control of her life and molded it into what she wanted it to be. After...

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