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The Way West (1955)

"Dick don't look on it that way, is all. He thinks about Injuns and furs and such. Farmin' don't come natural to him."
" He does all right."
" It still don't come natural. You can keep a varmint in a cage, but it don't come natural to him. Not that Dick's like a varmint."
" You ought to call round on him, Lije. Mattie looks awful poorly."
" Maybe I ought to."
She stepped over toward him. "Lije, we got Brownie
to think of and all. Wouldn't do to act sudden about
Oregon."
" No. But it wouldn't be so sudden."
" Well?" She strung the word out as she put the broom away.
Evans turned as the door opened and saw Brownie coming in and asked, "Want to go to town?"
The boy answered, "Don't guess so, Pa. It's a fishin' day today."
" It don't matter," Evans answered, still stroking the dog. "Just thought maybe you was wore out with yourself." He let his eyes travel over Brownie. "I swear, boy, if ever you get meat on them bones, you'll be a sureGod man." Brownie was, Evans thought, close to a man already, long-boned and hard-muscled, with young whiskers on his face when he let them grow. A good boy, he was, a shy and backward boy, just coming on to the time when things were hardest, when a man wanted women worse than ever in his life and didn't know how to hold himself in or let himself go, being awkward and afraid. "I hope you catch fish. I

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