Hero's journey pt 2

Hero's journey pt 2

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  • Th approach
  • The Ordeal
  • The reward
  • “I ain't never had a white person in my house before.” pg 168
  • Aibileen thinks long and hard about Skeeter's request to write stories, she decides to help her and share her stories, wanting to make a difference for her people.
  • The road back
  • “I’m ashamed, sometimes, Senator. Ashamed of what goes on in Mississippi.” pg 316
  •  When writing the stories, they ask new maids. They struggle with the risks that they are all scared of, finally, they want to help. Keeping such a big secret, Skeeter faces having to lie to her boyfriend. Stuart proposes and Skeeter tells him the truth, making him question her and leave for good. The judgement does not bother her and she has grown into being herself for a change.
  • Atonement
  • "Be the prettiest book I ever seen." pg 462
  • The book is written, published, and show to the public. Skeeter is proud of what she has done for the colored people and ready to face any percussion's from the dangers ahead. this book makes all the maids happy that Skeeter has helped them, hoping white people will read and change for the better.
  • The return
  • “These things I know already, yet hearing them from coloured mouths, it is as if I am hearing them for the first time.”pg 304
  • Skeeter brings the copies of the books into Jackson, slowly, the maids own bosses grasp a book a read about themselves without even knowing. Skeeter wants to avoid the book being related to Jackson so none of the maids are in any danger.
  • I cant't leave now, right when things are getting bad. I'm not going to leave you in this mess." pg 499
  • Skeeter's old friend, Hilly, realizes the book is about Jackson, reading her section in the book. Storming into Skeeter's home, Hilly threatens her that she will get her and the maids arrested. Skeeter doesn't care about herself caught, just wants to protect the maids. Growing up only talking to a colored person when they are paid to do so, Skeeter is now protecting them.
  • I lean against the shelves, close my eyes. I'm going. I am going to New York
  • Skeeter has now written a book on the colored helps point of view of living in a white home, showing the world what it is really like. The damage is now done and is in hopes for a brighter future for the colored. Skeeter moves to New York to start her life, having a new insight on life, forever bearing that book with her.
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