Dorothy Herrmann's powerful biography of Helen Keller tells the whole story of the controversial and turbulent relationship between Helen and her teacher, Annie Sullivan. Herrmann also chronicles Helen's doomed love affair, her struggles to earn a living, her triumphs at Radcliffe College, and her work as an advocate for the disabled.
- Dorothy Herrmann
- University of Chicago Press
Author Dorothy Herrmann, daughter of famed composer and frequent Hitchcock collaborator Bernard Herrmann, provides a thoughtful afterword. Hitchcock's California: Vista Visions From the Camera Eye is a visual feast for Hitchcock fans and would be welcome in any cinephile's library or coffee table."
- Dorothy Herrmann, Robert Jones, Dan Auiler
Dorothy Herrmann, author of Helen Keller: A Life, tells us about the writer and activist’s passion for philosophy, love of Walt Whitman, and devotion to the work of a Swedish theologian. Article ...
Description. New York : A. Knopf, 1998. xvi, 394 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. ISBN. 0679443541. Summary. Dorothy Herrmann's biography of Helen Keller takes us through Helen's long, eventful life, a life that would have crushed a woman less stoic and adaptable - and less protected. She was either venerated as a saint or damned as a fraud.
Jul 20, 2008 · DON NOBLE: Author shares history of images on nation's quarters . Sunday Jul 20, 2008 at 12:01 AM. ... Dorothy Herrmann's Helen Keller: A Life. In fact, any of these brief entries might spur a ...
Jun 01, 2001 · On this 90th anniversary of my father’s birth, I would like to thank his many fans who have been both stirred and inspired by the music that he wrote for films and the concert hall. As his daughter, I was aware from an early age that my father lived and breathed music. He waved his hands when he conducted at other conductor’s concerts, and ...
Mar 30, 2011 · A Collection of Posters and Still Images Banner (Click Through On Above Images to Access Larger Versions.) The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival celebrates the career of composer Bernard Herrmann with a 60th Anniversary screening of *The Day The Earth Stood Still* (1951) introduced by Dorothy Herrmann, the composer's daughter.