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Jenny Gomez
Summary of the book

Helen Keller
Helen Keller was American author, political activist and lecturer. She was the person who was deafand blind. She was born 27, 1880 in Tuscumbia Alabama. Helen Keller was not born blind and dead. It was not until she was 19 months old; the she got ahigh fever for weeks. When the fever was gone, she became deaf and blinds. Also, it was very hard for her family to see her like that. She couldn’t see orhear anything. Then, she tried to communicate with her parents, but her parents couldn’t understand her well. In addition, she threw things, and brokeplates and other things, so her family realized that she needed some help. Then they talked to Anne Sullivan, a person who helped Helen to write andread people’s lips with her hands. That way she could understand her parents and people around her. Year later she was able to write a book about her lifeand give a speech to people.
My thought it is that no matter how a person have an illness we can live with positive in our life for example, thehappened to Helen Keller she got a bad illness even though, people laughed at her she continuing with her life that mean she was a very strong person. that Inever see in my life I feel very happy to know about her that how she treated her life with a good sense of humor and helped other people that have thesame illness like her. My opinion it’s When people born we illness they don’t deserve to born like that maybe, they have something to do in this world.
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