In her earlier works, Helen Keller described the details of the early illness that left her deaf and blind, and in the prevailing opinion of the day, unable to be educated, as well as the methods that were eventually used to teach her how to communicate. In the remarkable memoir The World I Live In, Keller offers a much more personal take on her situation, inviting readers inside her own personal experience.... a very small portion of a surface, and that I must pass my hand continually over it before my touch grasps the whole. ... at a time, amy horse is nervous and does not submit to manual explorations, ayet, because I have many times felt hock, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The World I Live In|
|Publisher||:||The Floating Press - 2013-03-01|