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Kel·ler(kĕl′ər), Helen Adams 1880-1968.
American memoirist and lecturer. Blind and deaf since infancy, she learned to read, write, and speak from her teacher Anne Sullivan, graduated from Radcliffe (1904), and lectured widely on behalf of sightless people. Her books include Out of the Dark (1913).
1. (Biography) Gottfried. 1819–90, Swiss novelist and short-story writer, who wrote in German: noted esp for the novel Der Grüne Heinrich (1855, rewritten 1880)
2. (Biography) Helen (Adams). 1880–1968, US author and lecturer. Blind and deaf from infancy, she was taught to read, write, and speak and became noted for her work for disabled people
Helen (Adams), 1880–1968, U.S. lecturer and author: blind and deaf from infancy.
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|Noun||1.||Keller - United States lecturer and writer who was blind and deaf from the age of 19 months; Anne Sullivan taught her to read and write and speak; Helen Keller graduated from college and went on to champion the cause of blind and deaf people (1880-1968)|