Differences In Sarah Vowell's Shooting Dad

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Have you ever had a disagreement with someone about a difference of opinion? Sarah Vowell, in her book Shooting Dad, talks about how she has a very different viewpoint on guns. From a young age, she said that she does not like guns, while on the other hand, her father loves them. Vowell encounters obstacles with her father because of their differences but still learns to accept his passions, which proves how differences can be overcome.

Vowell and her father express their own opinions very vividly to each other, which sometimes causes problems. Though Vowell respected her father, she could not understand why the most important things to him were guns. She even mentions “All he ever cared about were guns. All I ever cared about was art”
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