Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… - (Chapters 35 - 52, pages 237 - 305) Summary & Analysis

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In 1998, Debbie had persuaded Ron to help Denver get a driver’s license. Denver was keen, but he could not get a license because of his priors. Ron gave Denver the money to travel to Louisiana, where he tried to pay off his fines. Ron used his personal connections to get the priors removed from Denver’s record. Denver got his license. Ron employed Denver to drive his daughter’s belongings to her camp in Colorado. Both men knew this was a test of their friendship. Denver recalled, “It just didn’t make no sense. I knowed he was a smart man that maybe thinks he knows what he’s doin. But bein smart don’t mean he’ll ever see his truck again—that takes faith” (244). Ron was afraid he was wrong about Denver and would be robbed. Denver got...

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