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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… Characters & Character Analysis

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Important People

Denver Moore

Denver Moore is born and raised in Red River Parish, Louisiana. His nickname while growing up as a boy is Li'l Buddy. Denver is raised by his grandmother Big Mama and grandfather PawPaw because his mother is too young to raise him and his father BB abandons him to his mother, Big Mama. He is a black man who never speaks to a white woman as an equal before he meets Miss Debbie. He helps a stranded white woman motorist to change her tire that almost causes his death by dragging when he is sixteen. He works the cotton fields over thirty years as a sharecropper. He owns nothing and decides to hop a freight train just to escape the poverty he knows into a new world of homelessness on the streets of Fort Worth, Texas and sees this as an improvement in his life.

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