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DOG: The Help Review

DOG: Kathryn Stockett’s 2009 debut, The Help, was leapt upon by the American reading public with the kind of fervour usually reserved for sparkly vampires, boy wizards, and clunky art-history based thrillers about Jesus’ missus. Stockett’s 1963-set tale of race relations, courage, and friendship between a group of women in Jackson, Mississippi became a stateside book group hit which sold in its millions.

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