"Really? He doesn't share the way he fells about the marches and segregation? " pg.215
Step eight: the ordeal
" Do your ever wish you could.... change things?" pg.12
"Welcome to the jackson journal. Can I Help you?" pg.84
Step nine: The reward
The reason i picked this scene for step seven is because this shows Skeeters new allies, and it shows that something big is going to happen.
Step Four: Meeting with the mentor
"I was... well, raised by a colored woman. I've seen how simple it can be and- and how complex it can be between the families and the help."
This shows step two because this is when miss skeeter starts shaking up the situation because miss leefolt catches skeeter and Abilene talking about the bathroom situation.
Step Five: Crossing the threshold
"I'm begging you, put that money away so Miss Leefolt don't see." pg.127
This is step three because this is before skeeter even thinks about writting the book, at this point in time of the book skeeter is just worried about getting the job at the Jackson journal.
Step Six: Tests and enemies
The reason I made this scene step four is because this is when Skeeter starts actually mentioning writing the book about the African american house maids.
"In this scene it shows Skeeter almost begging Aibileen for her to help her with her book, and in step five of the hero's journey it is when the "hero" is starting to show real intrest in the journey or the "new world"
in step six is when the hero starts figuring out who their enemies are and in this book Skeeters main enemy is Hilly, this is when Hilly first finds out about Skeeters plans and from now on she tried to wreck Skeeters book.