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· the help by kathryn stockett: review toby clements is impressed by a debut novel set in the segregated deep south of the sixties, reviewing the help by. A deeply moving novel filled with poignancy, humor, and hope, the help is a timeless and universal story about the lines we abide by, and the ones we don’t. In “the help,” kathryn stockett’s button-pushing, soon to be wildly popular novel about black domestic servants working in white southern households in the early 1960s, one woman works especially tirelessly she labors long into the night she is exhausted her eyes are stinging, her fingers bloody and sore.
Our reading guide for the help by kathryn stockett includes a book club discussion guide, book review, plot summary-synopsis and author bio. The help has 1,660,734 ratings and 78,981 reviews meredith said: i have this terrible, dreary feeling in my diaphragm area this morning, and i’m not pos.
· in the help, a page-turner that brings new resonance to the moral issues involved,author kathryn stockett spins a story of social awakening as seen from both sides of the american racial divide. Set in jackson, mississippi in the early 1960s, 'the help' by kathryn stockett shows the peak of racial segregation the book is narrated by three very different.
I would recommend the help for a book club or reading group the style is interesting and while a bit difficult at the beginning, once you understand the technique the story.