The Miracle Worker Essay | Student Essay

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Overcoming and Coping with Disabilities - the Miracle Worker

Summary: This essay is about the theme of diabilities that is used in the play The Miracle Worker, by William Gibson. It is a thematic essay. Explores the symbolism of the play's title.
The disability of being completely deaf and blind may seem impossible to ever overcome and live normally with. The play The Miracle Worker, by William Gibson, has made it clear that this is very untrue and given hope to many people. The play is about a young deaf-blind girl named Helen Keller living with her family in Alabama in the 1880s. Her parents do not understand that even though she may have a difficult disability, Helen should still have limits. Helen is unable to communicate or be communicated with, so she is completely out of control until Annie Sullivan comes and teaches her language. Language is the key for Helen to live like a normal child because she is able to express her self in words instead of physically. Throughout the play, theme is that no matter how difficult a disability...

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