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Last Updated on May 11, 2015, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 78

Flying Changes is seventeen-year-old Denny Browner's account of a little less than a week in her life. She learns several unpleasant lessons about life, from being loved and left by a rodeo cowboy to coping with her recently crippled father. As she confronts adult responsibilities she grows somewhat wiser and...

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Flying Changes is seventeen-year-old Denny Browner's account of a little less than a week in her life. She learns several unpleasant lessons about life, from being loved and left by a rodeo cowboy to coping with her recently crippled father. As she confronts adult responsibilities she grows somewhat wiser and more worldly. This makes Flying Changes a rite-of-passage story; Denny's handling of the challenges during a short period in her life mark her transition from adolescent to adult.

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