Compare and contrast mr and mrs keller's view on getting help for helen in the miracle worker the beginning of the play contains a lot of clues to how mr and mrs keller differ in regards to their feelings about getting help for helen.
Other conflicts are the characters against an outside force like man, social, nature themes: the play “the miracle worker” is story of how a person can come in and change everything inside other one, like annie with helen.
Annie sullivan is the “miracle worker” of the play’s title, and the play’s protagonist a massachusetts “yankee,” as several of the kellers like to call her, annie grew up blind in a squalid almshouse with.
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In the end, i think helen will start to learn and annie will be happy to teach her the conflict between annie and helen must be solved if helen wishes to advance in learning-sarahb- march 23, 2008 at 5:09 pm josh k said i believe the major conflict throughout the book is the conflict between helen and annie.
Helen's place of refuge, her miracle, her only safe spot the battle of vicksburg symbolizes the ongoing battle between annie (north) and keller (south) for helen's independence.