A Lost Lady Setting & Symbolism

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Burlington Railroad

The town of Sweet Water is one of the towns along this stretch of railroad that extends into western America.

Sweet Water

Sweet Water is the name of the town where the majority of the action of this novel takes place. Sweet Water is also the name of a river that flows near the town.

The Antlers

The Antlers is a hotel in Colorado Springs where Captain Forrester recuperates after his riding accident. It is to this same hotel that Frank Ellinger and Constance Ogen travel after they are married.

Brown Palace Hotel

The Brown Palace Hotel is the hotel in which Frank Ellinger lives before he marries Constance Ogden.

Happy Days

"Happy Days" is the toast that Mr. Forrester always drinks to at dinner.

An Almost Complete Set of the Bohn Classics

It is these books that Niel finds in his uncle's library that affect...

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