"The Story of My Life” by Helen Keller is the autobiography of the author who was blind and deaf from early childhood. The book details her early life, particularly how her teacher Anne Sullivan finally broke through her isolation by teaching her language.
Part one of the book is Helen Keller's account of her life from childhood to the beginning of her studies at Radcliffe College. Part two contains Helen's letters to family and friends. The third part recounts Helen Keller's life based on Anne Sullivan’s observations.
“The Story of My Life” was first published in 1903 and became an enduring classic. “The Miracle Worker,” a Broadway play and movie, is based on the book.