To Own a Dragon: Reflections on Growing up Without a Father Short Essay - Answer Key

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1. According to the information in the prologue, who is the intended audience for this book?

According to the author, the intended audience for this book are men and boys who were raised without fathers.

2. The author's writing style should appeal to whom?

The author states that his style of writing should appeal to the "male sense of humor." He purposely wants to get men to read this book, particularly men or boys raised without fathers. So he talks to them, man to man.

3. What is the author's intent in writing this book?

The intent of this book is to provide support and encouragement to men who grew up or are growing up without fathers. He also wants to share his journey as a boy raised without a father and the lessons he learned on this journey about becoming a man.

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