The Story of My Life, a remarkable account of overcoming the debilitating challenges of being both deaf and blind, has made Helen Kellen one of the most inspirational figures in history. From tales of her early difficult days, to details of her relationship with her beloved teacher Anne Sullivan, to her impressions of academic life, Keller‘s straightforward writing offers insight into an amazing mind. The Story of My Life has become an enduring classic of American literature. It was always to be the most popular of Helen Keller‘s works, with numerous editions published throughout the years. Today, the book is available in more than 50 languages, including most European languages
Helen Adams Keller born in 1880, was an American author, activist and lecturer. She was the first deaf-blind graduate of Radcliffe College. Later, she became a high-profile socialist, and throughout her life she was a strong advocate for the blind and deaf communities, visiting over thirty-five countries and publishing fourteen books about her experiences, which have been translated into more than fifty languages. She died in 1968.
- EDITOR‘S PREFACE
- PART Ⅰ: THE STORY OF MY LIFE
- PART Ⅱ: LETTERS (1887-1901)
- PART lie A SUPPLEMENTARY ACCOUNT OF HELEN KELLER‘S LIFE AND EDUCATION
- Ⅰ.The Writing of the Book
- Ⅴ.Literary Style