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KELLER, Helen. Out of the dark.

London. Hodder and Stoughton, 1913. First edition.
8vo. x, 284pp. Original publisher's red cloth, lettered in gilt. Without dustwrapper. Boards rubbed and marked, some wear/loss to cloth at top edge, some water-staining to endpapers and text block.
The first edition of Hellen Keller's (1880-1968) eighth published work, a series of essays on socialism. A prolific author, activist, advocate, Keller is best remembered for being deafblind, and with the efforts of her governess and tutor Anne Sullivan, going on to graduate Radcliffe College. Keller had a prolific career across several disciplines including being a founding member of the American Civil Liberties Union, a suffragist, pacifist, radical socialist, and eugenicist.
£ 75.00 Antiquates Ref: 31769