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It woke Minny and Aibileen up to the fact that they were risking their lives writing this book.The Help: An Oral History with Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, and Co.|Marlow Stern|January 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
No, but you 'bout to,” Minny replies, “ 'cause you just did.
Minny on her white employer: “She smiles like the thought never entered that hairsprayed head of hers.”
“I must be crazy, giving sworn secrets a the colored race to a white lady,” Minny says.
She leaned her face to the furry head on her shoulder, and he recognized Minny by the strange pattern of his back and tail.The Creators|May Sinclair
Indeed it had given him no little uneasiness lately to see how sweetly Minny sometimes smiled on young Powell.Hoosier Mosaics|Maurice Thompson
He had married Minny Adams with the full consent of her parents and the opposition of all her other friends.
I took out my work, and Minny began to read Locksley Hall, which was then a new poem on this side the water.
He loved Minny Adams better than anything on earth, and the girl had great influence over him.