Helen Keller Essay | Student Essay

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Summary: Essay discusses Helen Keller's struggle to communicate.
In the play, The Miracle Worker by William Gibson, Helen is taught to learn with her hands. Helen, Annie, and the family learn to cope with Helen's handicaps but not always in the best way for her.

Because of Helen's blindness and deafness, communication is near impossible with her. This plays role in Helen as essentially a non speaking child because others need to accept and help her. One example is how the play refers to Helen's life as a miracle. This is shown not only in the title, but also before the play begins foreshadowing what is to take place. "When on cannot see, hear, or speak, a miracle is required for communication. This play is a dramatization of just such a play that really happened." (Gibson 93). This shows how Helen Keller's ability to learn and communicate is a miracle. Many people would have to work hard...

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