Relationships In Minnie And Hilly's The Help

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At the start of the Novel The Help, it was clear that there were going to be some conflicts with a few of the characters. The relationship between goof and bad are presented rapidly in chapter one “A bill that requires every white home to have a separate bathroom for the colored help. I’ve even notified the surgeon general of Mississippi to see if he’ll endorse the idea. I pass” (10). When Skeeter and Aibileen become aquatinted. Throughout the Novel this relationship forms into a friendship, an unorthodox thing, to see a maid and a white women be friends. It is well proven that there are two different cultures, or races in the Novel The Help. The main difference is the skin color obviously, but other than that the relationships between the maids and the white employers, such as Minnie and Hilly. Throughout the Novel Hilly, one of the…show more content…
Early on in the book it is presented in the movie, and the book that Aibileen had a very special relationship with May Mobley, the daughter of Elizabeth's daughter. They share laughter, thoughts, teachings, and emotions together. Mae Mobley is a very young character who is ignored by her mother, Ms. Leefolt. In order to be a maid for a white women "Taking care a white babies, that’s what I do, along with all the cooking and the cleaning" (1), said Aibileen . In this case it would be Aibileen and Mae Mobely. This was beneficial for Aibileen, because she could raise a white child, and bring Mae Mobley based off of her belief system. Most importantly for Aibileen she wants Mae Mobley to know that black people aren't bad. She teaches Mae Mobley a game for her to understand the civil right. In a way is beautiful to see that what Aibileen had been teaching Mae Mobley had paid off. At the beginning and end of the book Mae Mobley repeated something that was in a way important to Aibileen "You is kind. You is smart. You is important
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