The gift of patience; the value of anger. Helen Keller: The story of my life

Journal title INTERAZIONI
Author/s Cristina Bonucci
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2023/2
Language Italian Pages 8 P. 151-158 File size 151 KB
DOI 10.3280/INT2023-002012
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Helen Keller, a child who was deaf and blind from the second year of life, describes, in her autobiography, her childhood and the character of her closest family members. Anne Sullivan, the teacher who will be able to connect her with the world, is an essential example for anyone who wants to measure themselves with the relational dynamics of a painfully dysfunctional family.

Keywords: family, childhood, silence, cries, resources.

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Cristina Bonucci, Il dono della pazienza; il valore della collera Helen Keller: The story of my life in "INTERAZIONI" 2/2023, pp 151-158, DOI: 10.3280/INT2023-002012