The Miracle Worker Essay | Keys

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Summary: The major role of keys in the play, The Miracle Worker
The Miracle Worker: Keys

"Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it" once said by the extraordinary Helen Keller. She suffered from blindness, deafness, and muteness in her life. How could one be able to learn anything? In the play, The Miracle Worker by William Gibson, Helen Keller's disability isolated her from knowledge. Keys play a major role in the play because it stands for what helped Helen overcome her disabilities to learn.

Keys are scattered everywhere in this play and it has a significant meaning behind the simple object. The simple object stands for a bigger meaning. Keys symbolize Annie, a teacher of Helen who is similar to a safe. Annie is the key to unlock Helen's blindness of no knowledge. During a conversation between Annie and Anagnos, Anagnos explains how the blind child has the ability to learn, but...

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