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The Help by Kathryn Stockett

This novel is hilariously funny as it deals with the serious theme of racism in 1960s America. It focuses on the lives of three women in particular; Skeeter, Aibileen and Minny. 183 more words

Movie Quote of the Day - The Help, 2011 (dir. Tate Taylor)

Minny Jackson: Eat my shit.
Hilly Holbrook: What’d you say?
Minny Jackson: I said eat. . .my. . .shit.
Hilly Holbrook: Have you lost your mind?

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The Help: The Most Racist Anti-Racism Film Ever

The 2011 film The Help has many things going for it; Emma Stone, high emotions, Emma Stone, great acting, Emma Stone, timely humour, Emma Stone, skin crawling villains, Emma Stone, passing the Bechdel Test with flying colours, and most importantly Emma Stone. 950 more words

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Friday's Feisty, Fabulous, and Fierce Female - Minny Jackson

This week’s featured female character is Minny Jackson from Kathryn Stockett’s The Help. Minny Jackson is a fierce female who spends all day waiting on white families and all night raising her five children with an abusive husband.   225 more words

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The Help

The Help

by Kathryn Stockett

Amy Einhorn Books, published by G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 2009

The Help takes place during the early 1960’s in Jackson, Mississippi when segregation was in full force (btw, my human was born in Jackson!). 403 more words

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