The Help By Kathryn Stockett Summary

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The help by Kathryn Stockett has showed the meaning of the line through the story which separated between blacks and whites. The ones that benefited the most in society where whites,but African American folks had to fight the way through. Not only was it segregated,but when he came to having the most power, the African-American maids like Aibileen were the weakest. Throughout the story you’ll see that the line starts to disappear. That no one is better than the other. The line was what separated whites and blacks from equality of society.

Throughout the story you have the African-American maids and you have a woman name skeeter who tried to write a book help communities rethink segregation. And you have others like Hilly is basically a racist. Hilly one in a law to comment to place where each house had a separated bathroom for the colored maids. “A bill that requires every White known to have it separated bathroom for the colored help. I’ve even notified the surgeon general of Mississippi to see if he’ll endorse the idea. I’ll pass. Hilly was one of the characters in the story or she wanted that line. She wanted society to be segregated and to the colored people to suffer. She even made it seem like black people diseases can harm
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This is when Skeeter came in to the importance to the story. She decided to write a book about what these colored folks have to deal through with white folks. She wanted to change views of segregation to the Mississippi community and hopefully throughout the country. She goes to Aibileen to help her write the book. Even though she rejected Skeeter first, she went along with it afterwards. It was a step towards eliminating that line that call of people had to deal with their whole lives. Skeeter also knew that she could also be “by trying to write this book, she could be sent to Joe if anyone had proof it was her of

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