Bathrooms Symbol Timeline in The Help
The timeline below shows where the symbol Bathrooms appears in The Help. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...If passed, the bill would require every white household in Mississippi to have a separate bathroom for black housekeepers. Miss Hilly claims black people “carry different kinds of disease than we... (full context)
...Hilly. When Aibileen had brought them coffee, Hilly asked Aibileen demeaning, rhetorical questions about the bathroom like, “It’s nice to have a place of your own, now isn’t it?” Aibileen agrees,... (full context)
...only two words: Miss Hilly. Hearing the bitterness in Aibileen’s voice, Skeeter thinks of Hilly’s bathroom bill and all the terrible things Aibileen must have heard her say about black people. (full context)
...that there is no real difference between official laws and Hilly’s racist attitude about separate bathrooms. She steals the book because she can’t check it out without the women working at... (full context)
...upstairs before Minny can say anything. When Minny goes to clean the upstairs bedroom, the bathroom door is closed. Minny tells Celia through the door that she’s going to clean the... (full context)