Quotation by Helen Keller

When I try to classify my earliest impressions, I find that fact and fancy look alike across the years that link the past with the present. The woman paints the child's experience in her own fantasy.
Helen Keller (1880–1968), U.S. author. The Story of My Life, ch. 1 (1905).

Born in the small Alabama town of Tuscumbia, and rendered deaf and blind at the age of nineteen months, Keller was untaught and largely isolated within her handicaps for the next five years.
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