The Story of My Life Characters

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Mr. Anagnos

Mr. Anagnos was the director of the Perkins Institution. He sent Anne Sullivan to the Kellers' home. He and Keller became friends, and he had her sit on his knee when she visited the Institution. When Keller wrote "The Frost King, "she sent it to him for his birthday, but because Mr. Anagnos came to believe that she intentionally plagiarized it, the friendship was forever ruined.

Dr. Alexander Graham Bell

Dr. Alexander Graham Bell first met Keller when she was six years old and her parents brought her to him for advice on how to teach her. Dr. Bell suggested that they contact the Perkins Institution for the Blind, which they did. Dr. Bell remained a friend to Keller and Anne Sullivan and accompanied them on a trip to the World's Fair.

As a child, Keller sensed Bell's tender disposition, as she notes in chapter three...

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