Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… - Chapters 63 to 67 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 63 through 67 confirm, mature and strengthen Ron and Denver as co-equal friends in an adult relationship. Ron is shocked in Chapter 63 at Denver's place that would fit in the long-bed of a pickup truck. Hershalee's house is overgrown and falling down abandoned and hidden in the weeds. While exploring, Denver hears footsteps and says to go. Outside they hear more sounds and both say let's go. They never see anyone but Ron and Denver are scared and the car won't easily start. Denver reminisces about Auntie and visits Pearlie Mae's in the next two chapters. His Auntie is a spiritual healer like a female medicine man who has mysterious roots and herbs to use for cures. They drive down the road on their way to Pearlie Mae's house. As Denver walks up she calls "Li'l Buddy." They chat about her hogs and new...

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