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The Tin Roofs of Cange, pages 45-122 Summary and Analysis

After spending time with Dr. Farmer, Tracy Kidder was compelled to learn what guided Paul's choices in life. He started at the beginning by interviewing Paul's family. His parents came from Massachusetts. His father was a hard worker and his mother stayed home to care for their six children (Paul was the second born). They left Massachusetts for Alabama when Paul Senior heard of job opportunities there. They would eventually settle in Florida, and Paul's mother, Ginny, would earn her bachelor's degree. Paul Senior always found a way to care for his family but not in a traditional way. He was known as the "warden" by his daughters for his strict rules regarding dating, yet he saw no problem with housing his family in a bus or a boat...

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