Annie Sullivan and the Trials of Helen Keller - Joseph Lambert

Am I the only person on the planet who never saw The Miracle Worker (I don't even know if that's the actual name)? I really was impressed with the story that doesn't simply focus on the amazing person of the young Keller, but the likewise impressive teacher, Sullivan, who had quite the hard life. Nicely drawn and colored, Lambert does some interesting work with visuals to attempt to represent how the blind and deaf Keller may have mentally pieced together her world (and yes, I know any attempt to use visuals to show how a blind person might "see" the world seems very off) thanks to her partially blind--and very angry--teacher. A well told, amazing tale that doesn't hold back on controversy.