Why did Helen call her days, "Silent, aimless? "
Asked by pdcavita | 24th Nov, 2017, 09:13: PM
Helen lost her seeing and hearing abilities during the illness. This made her world become dark and silent owing to that. Because of the loss of sight, there was a perpetual darkness in her world; literally no day in her life which made her life, as described by her as 'dayless'. She had also lost her hearing ability which made her life 'silent'. The lack of both the seeing and hearing faculties rendered her helpless. She could neither join any school, nor pursue any career. Her life was, thus, 'aimless'.
Answered by | 27th Nov, 2017, 03:41: PM
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