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Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… Test | Final Test - Hard

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Final Test - Hard

Name: _____________________________ Period: ___________________________

This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. To which building was Denver invited to attend a ceremony to honor Deborah?



2. What did Deborah do, despite the doctor's opinion?



3. For what did Denver pray all night?



4. How did Mr. Ballantine arrive at the mission?



5. What was the turning point in the relationship between Denver, Deborah and Ron?



Essay Topics

When Denver was a boy, a fire broke out that killed Big Mama and Cousin Chook. Shortly thereafter, Denver's father, BB, was stabbed to death, and Uncle James died a short time later.

Part 1. Explain how so much loss at a young age impacted Denver as a grown man. What fears and insecurities did he have as a result?

Part 2. How do you think Denver's life might have been different if Big Mama had survived the fire?

Part 3. Deborah's death was especially hard on Denver. What did Denver wonder about God when Deborah was taken away from him?

After Denver escaped the plantation on a freight train, he wandered for several years before ending up homeless on the streets of Fort Worth and eventually arriving at the Union Gospel Mission.

Part 1. Explain the "hobo code of honor" and how Denver ended up with a car because of it. For what purpose did Denver use the car?

Part 2. Under what conditions did Denver finally accept a bed at the mission?

Part 3. Explain what and where The Lot was. What did the mission volunteers do there?

Describe Deborah's funeral and memorial service. What did Denver do after Deborah was buried in a plain pine casket? When Denver spoke at Deborah's memorial service, how was it out of character for him to do so? What did he say about Deborah? What did he announce that he was going to do in her memory?

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