Hellen Keller's first nineteen months were much like those of any other child. But everything changed when she suffered a horrible fever that left her both blind and deaf.
Most everyone knows about the difficulties Helen Keller faced. But not everyone is familiar with her many triumphs. Helen would not accept any setbacks. With the aid of her friend and teacher, Anne Sullivan, Helen graduated cum laude from Radcliffe and eventually became an influential lecturer and essayist.
Her courage, intelligence and fortitude are a testament to the strength of the human spirit. And the story of her life is an inspiration.