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Helen Keller's 'The Story of My Life' chronicles the non-fictional life of Helen Keller. Keller structures the work into twenty-three chapters, beginning with an introduction of how a childhood illness contributed to her present-day struggle with blindness and deafness. In the first five chapters, she recounts how she learned to become accustomed to darkness, and the frustration that resulted from this newfound experience. Keller also chronicles her educational development, when she began learning the manual alphabet and responding to instructional techniques administered by Anne Sullivan, her teacher. Keller remembers loving learning and describing her experiences with writing. By the end of 'The Story of My Life,' Keller has entered college, authored books, canoed, and thanked the many who have supported her achievements.