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Spectacle“Who worked a miracle”based on the play by the American playwright William Gibson, tells about the time when the future American writer Helen Keller and her teacher Anne Sullivan met.

Due to an illness suffered in early childhood, Helen permanently lost her sight and hearing. After learning the manual alphabet – the language of the deaf and dumb, she graduated from secondary education in several schools and entered Radcliffe College, where she received a bachelor’s degree. During these years, she wrote her first book, and later became so popular that many famous people who came to the United States from all over the world rushed to meet her. Among them were Maxim Gorky, Rabindranath Tagore, Maurice Maeterlink. Being deaf-blind, Elena lived an incredibly interesting life, became the author of seven books, traveled all over America, gave lectures. What is this if not a miracle?

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