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The Story of my Life, Helen Keller, 1905

Keller, Helen. "Chapter I." The Story of My Life. New York City: DOUBLEDAY, PAGE, 1905. N. pag. UPenn Digital Library. Web. 16 Sept. 2016.

The first sentence of the passage can be interpreted to mean that

A

Keller does not remember much about her childhood.

B

the author was given more freedom than most children.

C

the author resents her childhood and the fact that she was not able to accomplish as much as other children.

D

Keller's earliest days were no more or less remarkable than any other child's.

E

the author had a rather unusually sheltered childhood.