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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… Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 52 to 62 Summary

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Chapters 52 to 62 Summary and Analysis

Chapters 52 through 62 describes days of adjustment after Deborah's death and burial. Deborah is buried in a plain pine casket three days after her death in Chapter 52 and 53. It is stormy at the highest point on Rocky Top where she is buried. The ominous dark hole in the earth for her lifeless body makes Ron heartsick. Miraculously the skies clear and ground dries from the warm southern breeze. Friends and family gather to honor and share stories. Rocky, her palomino pony is saddled up and tied nearby awaiting its fallen rider. Ron and the kids lead a procession to the house. Denver stays to help lower her into the ground. Red dirt marks the hole like a big red scar. Denver stays to talk to God and Miss Debbie, prays and cries out loud till night. Deborah's memorial service at church the next morning...

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