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Kathryn Stockett portrays home life for white and black families in MIssissippi before the Civil Rights Legislation and the Black Power movements of the 1960’s. For those under 40, the privileges and responsibilities of household segregation may be surprising, but for those over 40, Stockett gives us an accurate picture of how that divide stratified and scripted women’s dreams and heartaches. A good story line keeps you rushing on to see how the next crisis is resolved and what the options are for each side. Her style is clear and dialogue believable. This way of life was pretty common South of the Mason Dixon line in this country. Insightful, not preachy.
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