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📒The Miracle Worker ✍ William Gibson
✏The Miracle Worker Book Summary : A text of the television play, intended for reading, of Anne Sullivan Macy's attempts to teach her pupil, Helen Keller, to communicate.
📒Beyond The Miracle Worker ✍ Kim E. Nielsen
✏Beyond the Miracle Worker Book Summary : Evaluates the pivotal role of Helen Keller's teacher in advocating and enabling the famous sight- and hearing-impaired woman's remarkable achievements, offering insight into lesser-known aspects of their deep friendship while tracing Annie's own struggles with poverty, blindness, and psychological scars.
📒Jesus The Miracle Worker ✍ Graham H. Twelftree
✏Jesus the Miracle Worker Book Summary : Graham Twelftree extensively examines the miracles of each Gospel narrative. He weighs their historical reliability and considers the question of miracles and the modern mind.
📒The Story Of My Life ✍ Helen Keller
✏The Story of My Life Book Summary : *The Story of My Life* may be the most extraordinary autobiography ever written. Its author was only 22 when it was published, in 1903, but her life to that point had already been most uncommon: she had been rendered deaf, blind, and later mute by an illness at the age of 19 months, and only years later learned to read, speak, and understand others through the dedication of a teacher extraordinary in her own right. American author and activist HELEN ADAMS KELLER (1880-1968) became famous thanks to *The Story of My Life,* which was later adapted for stage and screen in various incarnations under the title *The Miracle Worker,* a reference to that special teacher, Annie Sullivan. Here, in her own words, is Keller's firsthand experience of the dawning of enlightenment on the severely isolated child she was, and her evolution into the educated and erudite young woman she became.
📒Blind Rage ✍ Georgina Kleege
✏Blind Rage Book Summary : Kleege, a blind professor from UC Berkeley, reexamines the life of Helen Keller from a contemporary point of view with startling, refreshing results.
📒The World At Her Fingertips ✍ Joan Dash
✏The World at Her Fingertips Book Summary : Profiles the life of Helen Keller, emphasizing the details of her later life, including her college years at Radcliffe and her involvement in politics.
📒Helen Keller A New Vision ✍ Tamara Hollingsworth
✏Helen Keller A New Vision Book Summary : Young readers will discover how a young girl, trapped in silence and darkness, learns to love the world with the help of her mentor, Annie Sullivan.
📒Mysterious Catalytic Foods ✍ Brown Landone
✏Mysterious Catalytic Foods Book Summary : 1939 This book is devoted wholly to foods of Catalytic energy - The miracle worker foods. the seven results you want: Energy, Radiancy, Beauty of Skin, Responsiveness, Endurance, Vitality, and Increasing Youthfulness.
📒Dinny And The Witches ✍ William Gibson
✏Dinny and the Witches Book Summary : THE STORY: This play is a fairy-tale, notes William Gibson in his notes to the New York production, and all fairy-tales are dreams in which the hero goes forth on a pilgrimage through life; this one is no exception. Dinny is just the average Ame
📒The Aid Lab ✍ Naomi Hossain
✏The Aid Lab Book Summary : From an unpromising start as 'the basket-case' to present day plaudits for its human development achievements, Bangladesh plays an ideological role in the contemporary world order, offering proof that the neo-liberal development model works under the most testing conditions. How were such rapid gains possible in a context of chronically weak governance? The Aid Lab subjects this so-called 'Bangladesh paradox' to close scrutiny, evaluating public policies and their outcomes for poverty and development since Bangladesh's independence in 1971. Countering received wisdom that its gains owe to an early shift to market-oriented economic reform, it argues that a binding political settlement, a social contract to protect against the crises of subsistence and survival, united the elite, the masses, and their aid donors in the wake of the devastating famine of 1974. This laid resilient foundations for human development, fostering a focus on the poorest and most precarious, and in particular on the concerns of women. In chapters examining the environmental, political and socioeconomic crisis of the 1970s, the book shows how the lessons of the famine led to a robustly pro-poor growth and social policy agenda, empowering the Bangladeshi state and its non-governmental organizations to protect and enable its population to thrive in its engagements in the global economy. Now a middle-income country, Bangladesh's role as the world's laboratory for aided development has generated lessons well beyond its borders, and Bangladesh continues to carve a pioneering pathway through the risks of global economic integration and climate change.