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Identify, list and describe at least five experiences that Denver and Ron have individually while growing up as young men/teenagers that are similar in their backgrounds.

Explain and discuss how the perceptions that Ron and Denver have of each other change significantly before and after they meet personally from their prejudices.

Identify and describe the premonitions that Debbie and Denver have about each other that help bring Ron closer to each of them.

Describe and discuss the significance of the trip Denver takes with Ron's truck to pickup Regan's college possessions. Why is this experience a turning point?

Identify and describe how Denver is in touch and communicates with Debbie while she is on her deathbed. Discuss whether you think this is a realistic experience for them to have.

Identify, describe and explain how Ron feels about God and Debbie's death. Discuss whether and how Denver's...

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