Book Review: Helen Keller: From Tragedy To Triumph

Helen Keller: From Tragedy To Triumph
by Katharine Wilkie
my rating: ∞/10
my review: In Helen Keller: From Tragedy To Triumph, a girl named Helen Keller who cannot speak, hear, or see is taught by a young teacher named Anne Sullivan how to do things that most blind and deaf people couldn't imagine. She quickly met many famous people, who were also nice. They helped her learn many things. Anne and Helen also had many adventures together. At the end, Helen was able to read and speak. It's surprising what people can do without being able to see or hear. You should keep in mind that this is a review for a biography, so all of this happened in real life. She still couldn't see or hear, but she went from tragedy to triumph.


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