Gray Mountain Symbols & Objects

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Airplane

Donovan is an experienced pilot, but he ends up dying in an airplane. Symbolically, the plane represents Donovan's involvement with bringing down the mining companies and his dedication to ending their corruption. When he gives Sam flying lessons, in effect, he is offering her a chance to work with him, to help keep the coal companies in check.

Security Escorts

When Marshall is talking to Sam about his relationship with Karen, he says that they talk about once a month. When Sam asks Karen, she says that they maybe talk once a year. Karen's answer that she seldom speaks to Marshall shows her true feelings for him. Marshall’s answer represents the relationship that he wishes that he had with Karen.

New York Apartment

When Sam is living in New York she lives in a lavish apartment that costs $2,000 a month to rent. This represents the...

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