Signed first edition of this story of three women in mid-century Mississippi struggling against their roles, adapted into an Oscar-winning film.
Near fine in like dust jacket.
"The sun is bright but my eyes is wide open."
Octavia Spencer earned an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the movie adaptation of THE HELP.
New York: Amy Einhorn Books / G. P. Putnam's Sons, (2009). 9'' x 5.75''. Original yellow boards with gilt lettering. Original unclipped ($24.95) color pictorial dust jacket, with illustration by Ellen Granter. 452 pages. Signed by Stockett to title page. Only a touch of bumping to spine ends of book and jacket, else sharp and bright.
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