This covers the period right after the death of Anne Sullivan Macy, from November, 1936, to April, 1937, when Helen Keller...

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HELEN KELLER'S JOURNAL

This covers the period right after the death of Anne Sullivan Macy, from November, 1936, to April, 1937, when Helen Keller is about to land in Japan. It is a record of sadness, prayers for the strength to go on in the work she feels she alone can do, and the gradual arousing of interest in the people and things about her. It is a worthy addition to her previous books, for her comments on the events of the day the world over, the things she ""sees"" and her changing moods are revealing, and the fortitude, modesty and gentleness -- and humanness -- of the woman cannot but appeal to everyone.

Pub Date: March 11, 1938

ISBN: 0781282284

Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1938