Helen Keller’s Journal 1936-1937.

First Edition of Helen Keller's journal 1936-1937; Inscribed by Her To Publishing executive and editor

Helen Keller’s Journal 1936-1937.

KELLER, Helen.


Item Number: 116533

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc, 1938.

First edition of Keller’s journals. Octavo, original cloth. Association copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to publishing executive and editor, “To Mr. Harry Maule, With grateful thanks for his loyal friendship, Cordially, Helen Keller, April 4th 1938.” In near fine condition. Foreword by Nella Braddy.

Helen Keller's Journal: 1936-1937 was written shortly after Anne Sullivan, Keller's companion from childhood and beloved teacher died. "It is a remarkable book. And it is that not only in the sense in which everything about Helen Keller's mastery of life is remarkable but in a deeper and more personal sense of its own. It will be of interest, naturally, to every one who has followed the progress of Helen Keller's life in her other books; but it will be of interest also to men and women who have not read her earlier writings. Its answer to the query as to Miss Keller's physical conditions of living without her teacher-companion is implicit and inclusive: she has gone on just as before" (New York Times).

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