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Out of the five other important Western tales in the Crane canon with which "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky" may be grouped—"Five White Mice," "One DashHorses," "A Man and Some Others," "The Blue Hotel," and "Moonlight on the Snow"— "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky" may be closely linked only with the last named.

"Moonlight on the Snow," which was published in 1900, two years after the publication of "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky," includes in its cast of characters the marshal and the drunken badman of the latter story.

Jack Potter is described as "a famous town marshal of Yellow Sky, but now the sheriff of the county." Scratchy Wilson, described as "once a no less famous desperado," is his assistant. Not long before Tom Larpent, the operator of the largest gambling house in the notoriously evil town of Warpost, is to be...

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