Close Range: Wyoming Stories Setting & Symbolism

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Cadillacappears in The Half-Skinned Steer

Mero has a Cadillac that he plans to drive to Wyoming for his brother's funeral. However, Mero wrecks the first Cadillac and has to buy another.

Gas Stationappears in Job History

Leeland works at a gas station when he is young, then leases it to run a feed store, and then leases it to run a gas station and convenience store. At the end of the story, Leeland's son leases the gas station to start a motorcycle repair shop and steak house.

Bootsappears in The Blood Bay

A cowpuncher cuts off the legs of a dead man in order to take his boots. When the cowpuncher takes the legs out of the boots and leaves them by the woodpile, the owner of the house where he spent the night believes that his horse has eaten the cowpuncher.

Windmillsappears in People in Hell Just Want a Drink of Water

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