No Country for Old Men Setting & Symbolism

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Desert Aire

This is the name of the trailer Moss lives in.

Langtree, Texas

This is the destination Moss heads for after abandoning his truck in the desert near the dead drug dealers.

Sanderson

This is the town that Bell is the sheriff of.

Wadcutter

This is the name for a target round and is what was used to kill Bill Wyrick.

Winston

This is Sheriff Bell's horse.

Devil's River Bridge

This is the bridge that Bell stops on to watch the sunset after chastising the driver of the flatbed that transported the bodies out of the desert for having his tarp come untied.

Matacumbe Petroleum Group

This is one of the groups that Chigurh thinks might be responsible for the transponder left behind at the hotel.

Transponder

This is the unit used by Chigurh to track the money taken by Moss.

Culberson County

This is the county...

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