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Comparison Contrast Of The Miracle Worker Children Of A Lesser God The movies The Miracle Worker and Children Of A Lesser God are both stories about the struggles of two young women who are hearing impaired who are being persuaded to come out of their shells They both have similar and different main characters realism in conflicts and storylines Firstly main characters in the stories are very similar In the novel The Miracle Worker the main character is a young girl who is deaf and blind Helen Keller was considered a brat and was spoiled by her parents She had a very hard child hood Her parents did not know how to deal with her situation so a teacher named Annie was hired to educate her She wanted to teach her discipline and a language that she could understand so she could communicate with others Helen was unwilling to learn Helen did whatever she wanted because she lacked discipline Helen would eat off other peoples plates at the dinner and crawl under the table She needed to break free Her parents did not know how to perform sign language Sarah is the main character of Children Of A Lesser God She is a young woman who is also deaf She works as a cleaning lady at a deaf school and Leeds is a teacher who works there He wanted to help Sarah learn how to speak but she was also unwilling to learn She also had a rough childhood and didnt communicate with her mother Her mother did not know how to perform sign language When she was younger her mother told Leeds that people made fun of her whenever she tried to speak so she stopped trying to talk They both had to come to terms with themselves to establish independence and both characters had a need to break free Secondly the conflicts and plots in the stories
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