How does Celia help Minny?
Celia hires Minny to secretly cook and to clean so Johnny does not discover her lack of womanly skills. Celia's backwoods upbringing and glamorous Hollywood looks cause her to be an outcast in the women's community to which she tries so desperately to belong.
In early July, Minny and Celia get in an argument and Celia fires her. Minny goes over to Aibileen's and tells her what happened. Aibileen's says, "Tell you, that Celia must be the worst one you ever had to tend to" (17.169).
Minny is amazed by the strength Celia shows defending them both against the intruder. A new side of Celia is revealed, and Minny admires her courage. Both events make Minny and Aibileen think about the lines drawn between husbands and wives, white and black, and employers and the help.
Minny can't believe it, since Miss Walters knows about the pie. Minny asks Celia when she'll have kids and Celia gets nervous and says, "Oh we're gonna have some kids.
Miss Celia is kind and grateful for her help. She pays Minny well and respects her authority in cooking and cleaning. She even likes to have lunch with Minny and ask about her day.
Minny develops an uneasy friendship with her employer, Celia Rae, who becomes devoted to her. Celia and Minny gain strength from each other, leading them to take control of their own lives. In the end, Minny decides to leave her abusive husband and chart an unknown course rather than live with the pain he inflicts.
The kind but clueless employer of Minny Jackson, Celia comes from a poor “white trash” background and does not know the conventions of how a white woman is “supposed” to treat her black maid as inferior. As a result, she treats Minny with kindness and respect.
Somewhat ironically, the only character to come to any real harm, Minny, is abused not by anti-civil rights whites, but by her own husband.
Celia was pregnant and she miscarries her baby into the toilet. She asks Minny to take it away before Johnny sees it. Minny decides to wait and let the doctor handle it. Celia reveals that she's been pregnant for five months.
Celia Foote is a 27-year-old woman who hired Minny to be her maid because she can't cook, and wants to learn how to cook for her husband. Minny is about the best cook in Jackson, Mississippi.
How does aibileen help Minny get a job with Celia?
Aibileen learns that Celia needs a maid, and she lies by telling Celia that Elizabeth recommends Minny for the job.
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What does Celia call Minny at the end of chapter 17 that makes Minny annoyed with Celia? Her friend. Why does MInny think she no longer has a job with the Footes at the end of chapter 17? She and Celia had an argument.