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ENGL 205 Week 8 Discussion2) Crane's "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky" makes us consider whether our "heroic" past has been rendered irrelevant by the "advances" of modernity. Comment on this, making reference to one other work assigned this unit, andperhaps some of the other works we have read during the term.“The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky” shares about Jack the towns Marshal, bringing his bride to histown before an unsuspecting community (Crane, pg 3). In the time of Yellow Sky it was the old west. Traveling by trains providing better source of travel which is changing in the modern day. We can still travel by train, and there are still areas of the old west. But as we develop, change, innovate new inventions we have other ways of living and transportation. The newlyweds came back to their town by train showing us the time they were in. Not getting approval or sharing with his town that he wanted to marry this woman from San Antonio was a shock to them and against custom for Yellow Sky. Wanting the towns approval about who the Marshall married was