Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… - Chapters 35 to 38 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 35 through 38 describe Denver's trip to Denver, Colorado, which is a turning point in their relationship. Ron and Deborah decide in 1998 that Denver could become a greater part of their lives by driving. Denver agrees but warns Ron he has a record with charges for disorderly conduct, unpaid tickets and marijuana possession in Louisiana that blocks a license. Ron calls a friend in Baton Rouge to get Denver's charges dismissed. Denver can't read so he is tutored to pass the written test by his mission friends. Ron lends Denver his new car to practice parking. In September 1999 he passes the road test to get a license. Regan's new job in Colorado makes Ron joke that Denver might drive her things there with his new license. Denver replies seriously that he wants to see the city he is named after. Ron maps the route...

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