for the black servants as they think black people carrying diseases. The Help is Kathryn Stockett's debut novel. However, these relationships are also marred by racial and economic inequality. Skeeter was also the only one in her friend group who was not yet married, so she was probably more likely to give Stuart a second chance than another woman in a similar situation. Without education, she cannot move to another job. Additionally, if Aibileen tried to leave her job as a maid for another position, she might be subject to harassment for being "uppity we see evidence of this in Hilly's treatment of Yule May, who is one of the most educated maids in Jackson. 4, why does Skeeter give Stuart a second chance after their first date was so disastrous? While most critics have hailed the novel as a success, some have criticized Stockett for her use of outdated dialect.
The novel shows that segregation doesnt just mean that black and white people must live apart. A task that turns out to be quite difficult and tricky as writing a book about African Americans in the South during the early 1960s breaks social rules and puts all the black maids at risk. But just as an aside the film does not include all the events and details of the book and should not be considered as 1:1 illustration. I think that the bid that Miss Walters placed on the pie at the Benefit is an example of revenge that is justified. The Help are social outsiders; for example, Skeeter is considered something of a misfit for being more interested in writing than boys.