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Help has been established in the early 1960s in Jackson, Mississippi, and has been said mainly from the perspective of three women first person: Abilene Clark, Minnie Jackson and Eugenia “Skeeter” Phelan. Abilene is a maid who takes care of children and cleanses. His own 24-year-old son, Trailer,

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His job was to die from an accident. In the story, she is teasing the leafy house and taking care of her child, Maa Moley Minni is a friend of Abilene who often tells her employers what she thinks about them, as a result she has been fired from nineteen jobs. Minni’s most recent employer was Mrs. Walters, who was the mother of Hilli Holbrooke.

Skeeter is the daughter of a white family who owns a cotton farm outside Jackson. Many of the area’s arm and domestic help are African American. After graduating from Skeeter University of Mississippi, he has returned home and wants to be a writer. Skeeter’s mother wants her to be married and she feels that her degree is just a beautiful paper. Skeeter is anxious about Constantine’s disappearance, his maid who brought him and took care of him. Constantine wrote to Skeeter when he was away from home in college and was saying that he would be very surprised if he came home. Skeeter’s mother told him that Constantine went to live with relatives in Chicago. Skeeter is not sure that Constantine will leave him like this; She knows something is wrong and she believes that the information will eventually emerge. Everyone asks about Skeeter Constantine’s unexpected disappearance, this show never happened and avoids giving a real answer to it.

While helping the Phelan family, Constantine led Skeeter to the realization that the behavior of the maids of his friends is done in a way that is treated with white workers. She (with the help of a publisher) decides that she wants to reveal the truth about being a colored maid in Mississippi. Skater struggles to communicate with the maids and gain their trust. In the early 1960s, the danger of writing a book about African Americans speaking in the South was constantly hovering over three women.

After all, Skeeter won the confidence of Abilene through a friendship that develops, while Abiline Skeeter helps write a home tips column for the local newspaper. Skeeter accepted the job of writing a column as a stepping stone to becoming a writer / editor, as Harper & Row’s editor Ellen Stein suggested, even if he does not know anything about cleanliness or Especially to take care of the house. The domain of ‘help’ The irony of this is not lost on Skeeter, and she ultimately offers Abiline to pay for the time and expertise she got.

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Elaine Stein also suggested Skitter to find a topic to write about which she could be dedicated and passionate about it. Skeeter realizes that he wants to highlight the world as books that highlight the world so that the Maids can survive difficult in the South. Unfortunately, such exposure is a dangerous proposition, not only for skeeters, but for any maid who agrees to help him. Abilene finally agrees to tell her story. Minni, despite their disbelief of the Europeans, eventually agrees, but she and Abilene are unable to tell their stories to others. Skeeter researched several laws, stating that blacks still can and can not do in Mississippi, and the increasing opposition to the racial order is getting away from its social realm.

Yule May, the maid of Halai, is arrested for paying her twin sons’ college tuition to steal a money from the hill, because Hilli refused to lend money. The other maids have decided that they are ready to take a chance with their jobs and their safety, and can join the book project.

Thus, the emphasis of the book is a collaborative project between white skaters and struggling, exploited “colorful” help, which together call Jackson’s women to write a book of true stories about their experiences as ‘help’. Not all stories are negative, and some beautiful and generous, romantic and kind events describe; While others are cruel and cruel. The book “Help” has finally been published, and in the last chapter of “The Help”, the book describes Jackson after the appearance of the book.

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Author: Kathryn Stockett
Country: United States
Language: English
Genres: Novel, Historical Fiction
Publisher: Penguin Books
Publication date: February 10, 2009
Pages: 202
ISBN: 0-399-15534-1
File Formate: pdf
File Size: 1.43 MB

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