Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… - Chapters 6 - 14 (pages 67 - 122) Summary & Analysis

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Ron Hall attended East Texas State college in 1963. He only cared about getting girls, and he thought rich girls would be better than farm girls. He and his friend, Scoot, were set up on a blind date with a girls from a sorority. When his friend’s date saw Ron’s clothes, which had been hand sewn by his mother, she was revolted. She said all the other college men wore shoes called Weejuns. Ron was embarrassed and had a terrible time on the date.

When he was a kid, Denver met The Man’s nephew, a boy named Bobby. They played together because neither one knew they were not supposed to. The Man allowed it because there was no other kids for Bobby to play with. Bobby and Denver snuck off together often. Denver asked The Man if he could...

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