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The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

The Pullman

The train that Jack Potter and his new wife traveled in from San Antonio to Yellow Sky. The train is elegantly decorated, complete with waiters and porters.

The Weary Gentlemen Saloon

A common watering hole in Yellow Sky that Scratchy Wilson regularly has a shot at when on one of his rampages.

The Main Street of Yellow Sky

Scratchy Wilson's chosen platform for his shoot up and threats.

Jack Potter's Adobe House

The house built by Jack Potter, where he is rushing his new wife home to. Also the location of the confrontation between Scratchy and Jack.

The Silver Watch

A present from Jack to his new wife, which he purchased from a friend in San Antonio. It can be assumed that the watch is in celebration of their marriage, but can also be seen as a symbol of wealth.

Scratchy Wilson's rifles

The rifles that...

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