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Helen And Teacher: The Story Of Helen Keller And Anne Sullivan Macy (Radcliffe Biography Series)

This book is about Helen Keller
Dive into the intertwining lives of two revolutionary American figures in "Helen and Teacher: The Story of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy." Authored by Joseph P. Lash, this compelling biography from the Radcliffe Biography Series captures the profound bond between Helen Keller, a pivotal advocate for the disabled, and her devoted teacher, Anne Sullivan Macy. From Sullivan’s harsh upbringing in the 1860s to their rise to international acclaim, their story is set against a backdrop featuring luminaries like Mark Twain and Eleanor Roosevelt. Published on April 2, 1997, this narrative explores themes of education equity, gender equality, and health equity, making it an essential read for adult education groups. The book not only chronicles their personal challenges and achievements but also highlights their impact on social justice, inviting readers to reflect on how individual resilience can drive societal change.
Published by Da Capo Press on April 2, 1997
832 pages
ISBN: 9780201694680
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This book provides valuable insights into Education EquityGender Equality, and Health Equity, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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