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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… - Chapters 3 to 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 to 17 Summary and Analysis

Chapters 3 through 17 describe the early days and childhood of Denver and Ron in alternating chapters. Denver is called Li'l Buddy since grandfather PawPaw carries him in a pocket of his overalls. Big Mama and PawPaw raise older brother Thurman, Li'l Buddy and a grown sister Hershalee who lives down the road. Big Mama is big around and makes her own dresses from seven or eight sacks with flowers or birds on them. PawPaw works fields and she cares for grandbabies. Li'l Buddy does not play much since Big Mama gives him chores. Cousin Chook stays there. Li'l Buddy's cat wakes him one night. He sees smoke and chases the cat out. He tells Thurman and Chook to go but can't wake Big Mama and Chook won't go. The roof traps them and they both die.

Chapter 4 describes Ron's upbringing in a lower-middle-class part...

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