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message 1: by David (new)

David R Hello,
I'm a senior in an AP english class and need to write an essay arguing for or against, any book written in the last 5 years,to be considered a classic. I chose this book, and was wondering if you could give me some insight on why/ why not you would consider this book a classic. If you choose to respond, which I would really appreciate, please leave your full name so I could possibly cite you in my paper. :)

David Rubenstein

message 2: by Christy (new)

Christy do you have this in ebook form?

message 3: by Molly (new)

Molly Hessling I was just wondering if you thought that the book would have been more accurate if they had put details into the civil rights movement. They show, in the book, about burning houses down and about men being beaten up, but they leave out important details, like African American men and women being hung and left to die.
This book is also one of my favorites. I saw the movie first, and after reading the book, I realized that the book is far more interesting than just watching the movie. Every chapter leaves you with twist and turns that leaves you wanting to read more.
The characterization in this book is by far, my favorite thing. Kathryn Stockett makes her book so vidid.

message 4: by Noah (new)

Noah Duncan This is a great book.

message 5: by Amber (new)

Amber Roussin The Help was a good book with many central themes.

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