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Identify some experiences that Denver and Ron have while growing up that are similar in their backgrounds.

This question makes the reader reflect on the parallels between Ron and Denver. Although they lead distinctly different lives, the book argues how similar they are in many ways. Their childhoods provide the clearest examples of those similarities.


Discuss how the prejudices that Ron and Denver have of each other change after they meet personally.

This question makes the reader focus on one of the novel’s themes, entrenched prejudice. The book is about the intersection of these two perspectives and how they influence one another.

What is the meaning behind the premonitions Denver and Deborah experience?

This question gets the reader thinking about the evangelical nature of the work. Hall presents the premonitions as proof of Heaven. The reader should deduce what they believe from these allegedly supernatural episodes...

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