Talk:Light in My Darkness

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Keller who?

As you're British there's a possibility, if slim, that you aren't joking. Anyway Keller was famous because despite the burden of being deaf, blind, and from Alabama(Haha) she managed to become a writer as well as an activist. In her era being severely disabled was a far more difficult setback then today. I think it's probably fair to say her achievements would be less remarkable today, as we understand disability better, then they were in her own era.--T. Anthony 12:18, 21 September 2005 (UTC)
I hope any Alabaman reading knows I was just goofing around. One of the nicest and smartest authors I met online was from Alabama. There's also scientist E. O. Wilson, author Truman Capote, and others.--T. Anthony 12:22, 21 September 2005 (UTC)