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The Complexity of People and Relationships

The Complexity of People and Relationships

The Help explores the complexity of relationships and the complex nature of people. The maids, who work for the characters, have conflicting feelings towards white women and their children. Skeeter's mother, Charlotte, is often cold and critical, but she still loves her. The book also highlights the complexity of individuals, such as Lou Anne's depression and her close friendship with Louvenia. Skeeter realizes that pigeonholes by race or economic status are futile and that celebrating people's differences would make society more fulfilling.


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Introducing The Book

Introducing The Book

The Help takes place between the summers of 1962 and 1964 in Jackson, Mississippi. Set against the backdrop of the civil rights movement, the novel focuses on a reckoning on race and segregation in a far more intimate sphere than the national stage: the home. Alternating between the perspectives ...


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The Power of Writing and Storytelling

The Power of Writing and Storytelling

The Help explores themes of writing and storytelling, particularly the power of writing to expose unspoken social norms and laws. The novel's main conflict revolves around the book Skeeter, which focuses on the stories of Black maids working for white women. Writing exposes the racist and abusive...


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The Deception of Appearances

The Deception of Appearances

The Help explores the societal judgment of race and appearance in Jackson society. The character Hilly Holbrook represents the negative perception of Black people, thus the laws. However, the novel also shows the absurdity of judging people based on appearance. Skeeter, a tall, unmanageable white...


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I want to yell so loud that Baby Girl can hear me that dirty ain’t a color, disease ain’t the Negro side a town. I want to stop that moment from coming—and it come in every white child’s life—when they start to think that colored folks ain’t as good as whites.



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