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Through severe medical affliction, Helen Keller has been stricken deaf and blind at a young age. Her parents are helplessly at odds with young Helen, who lacks the language and manners to function civilly. Therefore, she is often subject to wild tantrums. Annie Sullivan (who Mark Twain later dubbed “a miracle worker”) is sent to work as Helen’s governess.
After living a life in a derelict asylum and partially blind herself, Annie has no sympathy for Helen. The two have a battle of wills, often violent, as Annie tries to restore structure to Helen’s life. Her main goal, however, is not to teach Helen how to behave, but to teach Helen language, “just one word,” and it is here that Annie must fight for/against the Kellers, Helen, and herself.
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