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“The Help,” a novel by Kathryn Stockett, is set in Jackson, Mississippi, during the early 1960s. It tells the story of African American maids working in white households, their struggles, and the relationships they form with their employers.

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The novel begins with Aibileen, who works for the Leefolt family, caring for their daughter, Mae Mobley. Aibileen is kind and nurturing, but she harbors deep pain from her son’s recent death.

Minny, Aibileen’s friend, loses her job for speaking out against her employer and starts working for Celia Foote, a woman shunned by the social elite.

“The Help” is a powerful and moving story about the struggles and resilience of African American maids in the 1960s South. Through its characters and their stories, the novel sheds light on the harsh realities of racism and the importance of empathy, courage, and change.

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