Character Analysis of Jack Potter in "Bride Commes to Yellow Sun"
By Lee A. Zito
Jack Potter is the town Marshall. He represents the brave and honorable men of the old west. The story is surrounded around how Potter himself interacts and reacts to his surroundings. He's fair and also good with a gun, since he never took advantage over Scratchy Wilson. We learn that Potter is very self-conscious of the change from the gun toting, lonely Marshall, to married man.
We also find Potter is embarrassed in the great eastern train car. He is not used to the fancy Victorian environment, where he feels unable to blend. His feelings concerning the train revea…
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