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The Story of My Life, by Helen Keller. Learn what this miracle worker accomplished.

Anne Sullivan Macy, by Nella Brady. A fascinating account of Sullivan's life, and an examination of what happens to a life that climaxes at the age of twenty-one.

The Seesaw Log, by William Gibson. This the author's own account of the entire process of getting Two for the Seesaw produced on Broadway. There is not to be found a funnier or more truthful book about the farce, the frustrations, and the sheer lunacy of big-time commercial play production.

The Joy of Signing, by Lottie L. Riekehof. An illustrated guide to sign language that provides a working understanding of the language of the deaf.

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