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What a fascinating story! I loved your ending and had goosebumps.
Interesting piece about Helen Keller. I had never read about her faith before.
What a powerful piece! Entertaining and instructive as well. You're clearly a historian who loves the handicapped and disadvantaged.
This piece was so moving. I had never really read about Helen Keller. I am speechless in the way you presented. It kept me intrigued throughout. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I did notice that you have two different spellings for Ann (Anne). That would be my only negative in the entire piece. I am so impressed with this writing. It has left me with a new insight about Ms. Keller.
Very interesting piece that gave me new insights on Helen Keller.
This was a WONDERFUL article. I learned so many new things about Helen Keller. A couple minor errors “Fourteen Books” books shouldn't be capitalized and “a women’s right” should be “a woman’s”. Are all the quotes at the end of each paragraph Helen’s words? It's not obvious. And this piece is so beautiful I'm not sure the title does it justice. So many beautiful poetic phrases. I enjoyed this very much.
I am so happy this piece placed 1st this week, Jack!
How absolutely beautiful, Jack!
Congratulations Jack on your Quarterly Challenge win! This is a wonderful account of an amazing woman.
Awww! Loved the title! So creative. I read my first biography of Helen Keller in primary school and remained fascinated. I was able to visit hers and Anne Sullivan's graves in WA Cathedral many years ago. Your writing brought all those memories back to me!