To Have and Have Not Setting & Symbolism

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Bacuranao

The beach near Havana, Cuba, from which a dozen Chinese immigrants are to board Harry Morgan's boat to be smuggled into Tortugas. It has but a few shacks stand there, rebuilt after a hurricane. Like every place on the coast, a government delegate lives in a house back from the beach and is probably paid off. After the aliens are sculled out and the money changes hands, Morgan kills the broker, Mr. Sing, sends his body to the bottom in deep water, and comes into the beach to leave the angry Chinese in Cuba.

First State Trust and Savings Bank

The financial institution in Key West, FL, that the four Cuban revolutionaries rob, First State Trust and Savings Bank is a block up from the dock where Harry Morgan moors Freddy's launch, the Queen Conch. Roberto, the chief terrorist, guns down Attorney Robert ("Bee-lips") Simmons, the organizer...

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