Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… - (Chapters 15 - 22, pages 123 - 182) Summary & Analysis

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When Denver arrived in Dallas, he realized he was not qualified for any work. He started living on the streets. A woman he did not know often bought him a sandwich. Having been taught by another homeless man, Denver performed a con where he bought a McDonald’s hamburger and then pretended to eat it out of the trash. Pedestrians stopped him and gave him money to buy real food. He routinely bathed in a public fountain with a friend.

In 1990, Ron ended the affair with the painter and rebuilt his marriage. They bought an opulent estate called Rocky Top, a 350-acre ranch on a mesa by the Brazos river. Ron and Deborah grew closer than ever before. Willing to do anything for their marriage, Ron agreed to go with Deborah to the homeless mission regularly although he secretly hated the...

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