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Story of My Life, Part 3 (Supplemental - Helen's Education)

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Story of My Life, Part 3 (Supplemental - Helen's Education) by Helen Keller is a truly remarkable account of a woman who overcame immense obstacles to achieve extraordinary accomplishments. In this supplementary volume, Keller provides a deeper look into her education and the methods that were used to teach her to communicate and interact with the world around her.

The book delves into the techniques employed by Keller's teacher, Anne Sullivan, to help her understand language and learn to read and write. Through patience, determination, and unwavering support, Sullivan was able to unlock Keller's potential and enable her to express herself in ways that previously seemed impossible.

Keller's story serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of perseverance and the incredible capabilities of the human spirit. Her journey is both inspiring and humbling, showcasing the triumph of the human will in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.

Overall, Story of My Life, Part 3 (Supplemental - Helen's Education) is a poignant and moving account that sheds light on the transformative power of education and the resilience of the human spirit. It is a must-read for anyone seeking inspiration and a deeper understanding of the potential that lies within all of us.

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Secondary Title - A supplementary Account of Helen Keller's Education, including passages from the Reports and Letters of her Teacher, Anne Mansfield Sullivan. In fact, over half of the book is Anne Sullivan's written reports for the Perkins Institute on her unique teaching methods, which she invented as she went along. John Albert Macy, Anne Sullivan's husband, was uniquely positioned to gather the written material in this book. He helped Helen edit the now famous "The Story Of My Life" , describing her early life in her own words. He was able to gather Helen's early letters , and for Part 3 to gain access to Anne Sullivan's papers, and sundry correspondence from the great influencers in Helen's life. According to Macy, it was Miss Sullivan who discovered the way to teach language to the deaf-blind.

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