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Author : Kim E. Nielsen
Publisher : Beacon Press
Release : 2009
Page : 299
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 : 9780807050460
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Evaluates the pivotal role of Helen Keller's teacher in advocating and enabling the famous sight- and hearing-impaired woman's remarkable achievements, offering insight into lesser-known aspects of their deep friendship while tracing Annie's own struggles with poverty, blindness, and psychological scars.


Author : Kim E. Nielsen
Harvey J. Kaye
Publisher : NYU Press
Release : 2004-01-01
Page : 178
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 : 0814758134
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The Civil War is a much plumbed area of scholarship, so much so that at times it seems there is no further work to be done in the field. However, the experience of children and youth during that tumultuous time remains a relatively unexplored facet of the conflict.Children and Youth during the Civil War Era seeks a deeper investigation into the historical record by and giving voice and context to their struggles and victories during this critical period in American history. Prominent historians and rising scholars explore issues important to both the Civil War era and to the history of children and youth, including the experience of orphans, drummer boys, and young soldiers on the front lines, and even the impact of the war on the games children played in this collection. Each essay places the history of children and youth in the context of the sectional conflict, while in turn shedding new light on the sectional conflict by viewing it through the lens of children and youth. A much needed, multi-faceted historical account,Children and Youth during the Civil War Era touches on some of the most important historiographical issues with which historians of children and youth and of the Civil War home front have grappled over the last few years.


Author : Elizabeth MacLeod
Andrej Krystoforski
Publisher : Kids Can Press Ltd
Release : 2007-08-01
Page : 32
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 13 : 1554530008
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Recounts the life and achievements of Helen Keller who, with the help of her teacher, Annie Sullivan, overcame the limitations of being both blind and deaf to become an author and an advocate for the rights of disabled people.


Author : William Gibson
Publisher :
Release : 2002
Page : 120
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 9780743457583
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A text of the television play, intended for reading, of Anne Sullivan Macy's attempts to teach her pupil, Helen Keller, to communicate.


Author : Janice Larsen
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Release : 2008-08-05
Page : 152
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 : 1465332944
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Most people know the story of Helen Keller who at the age of nineteen months had an illness that left her blind and deaf. A teacher was hired for Helen when she was six years old by the name of Anne Sullivan. Anne Sullivan (Macy) taught Helen how to communicate and acted as Helens eyes and ears for fifty years. She guided Helen through several schools, and ultimately Helen graduated from Radcliffe College with honors. Helen Keller, with Anne by her side, achieved worldwide fame for her work on behalf of the blind. The story of Anne Sullivan (Macy) is not well known. As a child, she herself was blind as well as poor, abused by her father, and lived for five years in an almshouse (poorhouse). This biography of Anne Sullivan (Macy) tells her story as she may have told it.


Author : Lee M. Jefferson
Publisher : Augsburg Fortress Publishers
Release : 2014
Page : 233
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 1451477937
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Images and artistic representations were of significant value to the early Christian communities. In Christ the Miracle Worker in Early Christian Art, Lee Jefferson argues, in fact, that images provided visual representations of vital religious and theological truths crucial to the faithful, by which art possessed the power to project concepts and claims beyond the limitations of the written and spoken word. Images of Christ performing miracles or healings, as demonstrated in this volume, functioned as advertisements for Christianity and illustrated explications of the nature of Christ. These images of Christ as worker of miracles and healing form the nucleus of an extensive examination of this power of art, its role in fostering devotion, and the deep connection between art and its underwriting and elucidation of pivotal theological claims and developments. (back cover).


Author : Helen Adams Keller
Publisher :
Release : 2017-09-20
Page : 102
Category :
ISBN 13 : 9781911405467
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This is Helen Keller's famous and inspiring autobiography of her childhood as a deaf-blind girl. Illness at 19 months left Helen bereft of sight, hearing and speech and she struggled for years to connect with those around her. But when her teacher, Anne Sullivan, came to teach the 7 year old to communicate, the world opened up to Helen.


Author : Terry Lee Marzell
Publisher : Wheatmark, Inc.
Release : 2012
Page : 265
Category : Education
ISBN 13 : 1604948345
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Author : Kim E. Nielsen
Publisher : University of Illinois Press
Release : 2020-06-22
Page : 168
Category : Social Science
ISBN 13 : 0252052021
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Anna Ott died in the Wisconsin State Hospital for the Insane in 1893. She had enjoyed status and financial success first as a physician's wife and then as the only female doctor in Madison. Throughout her first marriage, attempts to divorce her abusive second husband, and twenty years of institutionalization, Ott determinedly shaped her own life. Kim E. Nielsen explores a life at once irregular and unexceptional. Historical and institutional structures, like her whiteness and laws that liberalized divorce and women's ability to control their property, opened up uncommon possibilities for Ott. Other structures, from domestic violence in the home to rampant sexism and ableism outside of it, remained a part of even affluent women's lives. Money, Marriage, and Madness tells a forgotten story of how the legal and medical cultures of the time shaped one woman—and what her life tells us about power and society in nineteenth century America.


Author : Leif Enger
Publisher : Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
Release : 2007-12-01
Page : 320
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1555845908
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Hailed as one of the year's top five novels by Time, and selected as one of the best books of the year by nearly all major newspapers, national bestseller Peace Like a River captured the hearts of a nation in need of comfort. "A rich mixture of adventure, tragedy, and healing," Peace Like a River is "a collage of legends from sources sacred and profane -- from the Old Testament to the Old West, from the Gospels to police dramas" (Ron Charles, The Christian Science Monitor). In "lyrical, openhearted prose" (Michael Glitz, The New York Post), Enger tells the story of eleven-year-old Reuben Land, an asthmatic boy who has reason to believe in miracles. Along with his sister and father, Reuben finds himself on a cross-country search for his outlaw older brother who has been controversially charged with murder. Their journey is touched by serendipity and the kindness of strangers, and its remarkable conclusion shows how family, love, and faith can stand up to the most terrifying of enemies, the most tragic of fates. Leif Enger's "miraculous" (Valerie Ryan, The Seattle Times) novel is a "perfect book for an anxious time ... of great literary merit that nonetheless restores readers' faith in the kindness of stories" (Marta Salij, Detroit Free Press).


Author : Helen Keller
General Press
Publisher : GENERAL PRESS
Release : 2018-05-25
Page : 240
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 : 9387669750
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The Story of My Life is an autobiography by Helen Keller. It is the story of Helen Keller and her life as a deaf and blind girl, and her triumph over these tribulations. Iin the book, she reveals her frustration and rage over her condition. It details her educational achievements and her introduction to the world through her breakthrough into communication. The story was written by Helen Keller when she was just 22 years old. The Story of My Life is a tale of the courage and unbreakable will of Helen Keller. The book has been adapted into a television series, a Broadway play, a Hollywood feature film, and an Indian feature film.


Author : Andrew Roe
Publisher : Algonquin Books
Release : 2015-04-21
Page : 336
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 161620494X
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A “winning debut . . . Roe’s story feels just right for our desperate and despairing time, when a miracle—any miracle—will do” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review). The crowds keep coming. They arrive, all with their own reasons, with doubt or certainty or something in between. More and more arrive every day, drawn by rumor and whisper and desperate wish. They come to Shaker Street to see eight-year-old Anabelle Vincent, who lies in a coma-like state—unable to move or speak. They come because a visitor experienced what seemed like a miracle, and believed it happened because of Anabelle. Word spreads. There are more visitors, more supposed miracles, more stories on TV and the internet. But is this the divine at work or something else? A finalist for the Los Angeles Times Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction, “The Miracle Girl is more than an exploration of the mysteries of faith. It’s also the unforgettable story of one family’s struggle against tragedy. The result is an uplifting miracle of a book” (Will Allison, author of Long Drive Home). “[An] assured debut . . . Overfamiliarity has diluted the significance of the word ‘miracle’—used to describe diets, cures, even sandwich spread—but Roe suggests that the miraculous is a perpetual human craving. The Miracle Girl is a hopeful meditation on the mysteries of faith.” —The New York Times Book Review


Author : Georgina Kleege
Publisher :
Release : 2006
Page : 209
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 :
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Kleege, a blind professor from UC Berkeley, reexamines the life of Helen Keller from a contemporary point of view with startling, refreshing results.


Author : Helen Keller
Publisher : Book Tree
Release : 2007-03-01
Page : 220
Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN 13 : 1585092843
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Helen Keller had absolutely no hearing or eyesight from the age of two, but became one of the most inspiring and well known people to have ever lived. For a number of years she functioned, in her words, simply as "an unconscious clod of earth." Then quite suddenly, she experienced the impact of "another mind" within her own. Despite not knowing where it came from or how it got there, she awoke to a new awareness of being able to talk and listen with her hands. She learned to read and write, wrote at least ten books, and attended college. Her religion developed from living deeply within her spiritual self, cut off from normal sensation, and spending her life on a spiritual plane. She incorporated her own experiences with the teachings of Emanuel Swedenborg, a mystic born in 1688, and the Swedenborgian Church. Swedenborg, like Keller, had experienced other realms of spirit and transmitted deeper teachings that Helen saw with great clarity. She wrote this book after receiving many requests for her to describe her religious beliefs.


Author : Helen Keller
Publisher : Praeger
Release : 1985
Page : 247
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 : 9780313247385
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Helen Keller gives a personal account of the relationship between her and her teacher, Anne Sullivan Macy.


Author : Patty Duke
William J Jankowski
Publisher : BearManor Media
Release : 2018-02-14
Page : 348
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 :
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Author : Joseph Lambert
Publisher : Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Release : 2018-09-04
Page : 96
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 13 : 1368027415
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Helen Keller lost her ability to see and hear before she turned two years old. But in her lifetime, she learned to ride horseback and dance the foxtrot. She graduated from Radcliffe. She became a world famous speaker and author. She befriended Mark Twain, Charlie Chaplin, and Alexander Graham Bell. And above all, she revolutionized public perception and treatment of the blind and the deaf. The catalyst for this remarkable life's journey was Annie Sullivan, a young woman who was herself visually impaired. Hired as a tutor when Helen was six years old, Annie broke down the barriers between Helen and the wider world, becoming a fiercely devoted friend and lifelong companion in the process. In Annie Sullivan and the Trials of Helen Keller, author and illustrator Joseph Lambert examines the powerful bond between teacher and pupil, forged through the intense frustrations and revelations of Helen's early education. The result is an inspiring, emotional, and wholly original take on the story of these two great Americans.


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Publisher : Spatterlight Press
Release :
Page :
Category :
ISBN 13 : 1619470128
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Author : David Wagner
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2015-11-17
Page : 208
Category : Social Science
ISBN 13 : 131726441X
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Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan, remain two of the best-known American women. But few people know how Sullivan came to her role as teacher of the deaf and blind Keller. Contrasting their lives with Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, the era's prominent abolitionist, this book sheds light on the gender and disability expectations that affected the public perception of Sullivan and Keller. This book provides a fascinating insight into class, ethnicity, gender, and disability issues in the Gilded Age and Progressive-Era America.


Author : Deborah Hopkinson
Publisher : Dragonfly Books
Release : 2020-07-06
Page : 48
Category : Deafblind women
ISBN 13 : 1984851926
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Describes the relationship between Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan, and includes excerpts from letters written by Annie about her work with Helen.