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The Story Of My Life, Part 6
MY STORY is now told, and I hope, kind reader, you are convinced how little able I was to write it. I live in my own way the life that you do, and I am as happy as you are. The outward circumstances of our lives are but the shell of things. My life is pervaded by love as a cloud by light. Deafness is a barrier against intrusion, and blindness makes us oblivious to much that is ugly and revolting in the world. In the midst of unpleasant things I move as one who wears an invisible cap....
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Title: The Story Of My Life, Part 6
From: The Story Of My Life Series
Creator: Helen Keller (author)
Date: September 1902
Format: Article
Publication: The Ladies' Home Journal
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.19, no.10, pp.11-13
Keywords: Advocacy; Alexander Graham Bell; Animals; Anne Sullivan; Art; Autobiography; Bicycle; Blind; Canada; Children; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Edward Everett Hale; Entertainment; Friendship; Helen Keller; John Greenleaf Whittier; Joseph Edgar Chamberlin; Laurence Hutton; Mark Twain / Samuel Clemens; Massachusetts; New York; New York City, NY; Oliver Wendell Holmes; Phillips Brooks; Poetry; Religion; Rural Life; Sensory Disability; Sports; Theater; Travel; Wrentham, MA
Topics: Social Movements & Advocacy

Objects From This Artifact:
- The Story Of My Life, Part 1 (doc)
- The Story Of My Life, Part 2 (doc)
- The Story Of My Life, Part 3 (doc)
- The Story Of My Life, Part 4 (doc)
- The Story Of My Life, Part 5 (doc)
- The Story Of My Life, Part 6 (doc)