skimmed the questions.
I love the book so far. I am about half way through chapt 3 with
Minny's story begun. I, too, am impressed with the authentic
dialogues.....often it is distracting but this flows easily.
I feel so badly for the Baby Girl....reaching out for her mother who
never holds her.
I think Minny would be a great friend, so fun to be around. I am
suspecting that Minny and Miss Celia will become close through the
process of teaching Miss Celia how to take care of a house. I feel
sorry for Celia already, first when she was rejected from
volunteering her time to help the ladies from Jackson, and then when
I read that she had to leave the house exactly as her MIL had it
I am guessing laxatives in Miss Hilly's pie?
I think those questions should be left for a little later in the book
as I don't want any spoilers.
Ok, back to the book--I love it when I find a book like this that I
don't want to put down! Thanks, chippy,for suggesting this and all
who are joining in.
On 6/10/09, I'm afraid to read the link due to the possible spoiler.
> On 6/10/09, amysaidit wrote:
>> I am enthralled with this book. I love Southern literature.
>> I have posted a link of questions for possible
>> discussion...but they may be spoilers this early in the book.
>> I am impressed at the authenic dialogue of Aibileen and
>> Minny. I feel that the author was able to capture this
>> precisely. Unlike other books, it is not distracting
>> Should we define how far we are in discussing this (for
>> example: discuss chapters 1-5)?
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