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Johnny Got His Gun Setting & Symbolism

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The Bakery

A business in Los Angeles, California, the bakery is shown cluttered and busy on the night shift when Joe Bonham works. Particularly busy are Friday nights, when extra help has to be laid on to cover weekend orders. Baking is done upstairs and checked at 2 am before being brought down by elevator to the trucks. The night foreman is the compassionate Jody Simmons. Men eat their lunch in the upstairs restroom. In his hospital bed in France, Bonham particularly recalls the exploits of a Puerto Rican coworker named Jose.

Cole Creek Valley, CO

A rural area across the mountains from Denver, Cole Creek Valley is Macia Bonham's home while courting Bill Bonham and before moving to nearby Shale City, Colorado.

Jim O'Connell's Cigar Store

A bar before Colorado goes dry, O'Connell's has a cool back room with pool tables and spittoons where the old men of...

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