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In the film The Miracle Worker Anne Sullivan is a woman with such determination to encourage Helen Keller to come out from the world of black and enter the world of colour Helen Keller is a remarkable woman who contracts illnesses that left her blind deaf and unable to speak and is considered backwards of intelligence She lives in a dark and hopeless world of her own until age seven when she is placed in the care of her teacher Anne Sullivan Anne Sullivan demonstrates an assortment of characteristics of a God-teacher In the film Anne Sullivan is willing to teach Helen Keller the answers to the hidden mysteries of life giving her a glimpse of a better world and is willing to improve the Keller family Anne Sullivan is a person who is considerate with knowledge and she is devoted to teach Helen the answers to lifes hidden mysteries Annie becomes a live-in teacher She immediately began to use finger spelling in Helens hand to name objects Helen quickly learns the finger-spell patterns but considers them a game and does not yet relate them to names for objects She also does not accept her teachers authority and continues with her wild ravings I saw clearly that it was useless to try to teach her language or anything else until she learned to obey me I have thought about it a great deal and the more I think the more certain I am that obedience is the gateway through which knowledge yes and love too enter the mind of a child --Anne Sullivan For a time Annie and Helen live in a separate house away from the family because of Annies concerns about the family interfere in her attempts to create structure Eventually the behavior problems are brought under control but Helen still doesnt understand words The communication breakthrough came with a trip to the well Inspiration is a word that best describes Anne Sullivan
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