The Hero's Journal #2

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  • The approach
  • "Please. Can you get this out today? It's going to New York." He looks at the address. "out-a-town truck's gone, ma'am. It'll have to wait until morning.( p. 434)
  • The ordeal
  • I need to get to work immediately, but I check on Mother in her bedroom. in the past three months, her ulcers have gotten much worse. pg. 406 
  • The reward
  • I am in shock from his proposal but I do my best to explain. (p. 448)
  • Skeeter and the maids finish the book and send it to Ms. Stein. They are worried the book isn't going to make it in time for the editors to read it. Skeeter is devastated thinking she worked on this book for all this time for nothing.  
  • The road back
  • "Copies gone show up in the bookstores and the libraries tomorrow. Twenty-five hundred in Mississippi, other half all over the United States." (p. 463)
  • Miss Skeeter knows that her mother is dying. She gets weaker and weaker and needs Skeeter to help all the time. The doctors give her medicine to try to help her. Miss Skeeter is worried about leaving her to go off and look for a real job. 
  • Atonement
  • "He said he'll pay you the same as me, ten dollars a week." (p. 512)
  • When Stuart comes home from working far away, he takes Skeeter out to a fancy restaurant.  He says he is looking forward to new beginnings. He pulls out his family's ruby ring and proposes. Skeeter stops him and wants to be honest. She tells him about the book and Stuart says he wants to marry someone who he trusts more. 
  • The Return
  • Minny is right , Aibileen is too. I have nothing left here except Mother and Daddy and staying here for my parents will surely ruin the relationship we have. (p. 500)
  • Skeeter's book finally gets published and it is put on the bookshelves for sale.  Skeeter and all of the colored ladies are very excited to read the book and they are nervous that their white bosses will find out that they helped to write the book. 
  • Skeeter knows that now she is done the book, she needs to move onto a bigger job in New York. She tells Aibileen that she has arranged for her to take over the writing job at the Jackson Journal and her boss was alright that Aibileen would take this job, if she kept quiet and used a white lady's name. 
  • Miss Skeeter leaves for New York . She knows that she has nothing left for her in Jackson. She has a job with a writing firm and she is likely happy to put all the drama of the whites and colored people behind her. 
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