Helen attends the Cambridge School and has already set her sights on attending college - namely Radcliffe. Annie Sullivan spells the words into Helen's hand and others try to help - and to relieve Annie who works so hard. As much as they helped, "there was only one hand that could turn drudgery into pleasure." As Helen goes on successfully, she learns to take solace and enjoyment from the pleasure of others when her own problems threaten to overwhelm her "and we feel its healing touch" Everything Helen does and everywhere she goes, she is accompanied by "Teacher." Annie Sullivan is a constant inspiration and tireless advocate for Helen, enabling her to help not only herself but many others who find inspiration in Helen Keller's life story.