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would have taken her, yes or no. A wife without desire still had a duty. But he wouldn't do it, not Curtis Mack, late of Buffalo, New York, who was built of soft stuff, who had to recognize, beyond his fury, that something stood in her way that he couldn't understand. The recognizing made him madder. Why would God put beauty in a woman's face and give her full breasts and fine thighs and then withhold warmth?
" If you had been a real wife," he said, "we'd have stayed in Buffalo."
She didn't try to answer.
" Why do you think I quit business and started west?"
She kept silent.
" To quit stewing, that's why. To get things off my mind."
" You exaggerate so."
" That was at the bottom of it."
Her answer was more crying.
" What you want for a husband is a damn monk."
She cried out, "Why do you say those things? We love each other. We have so much to live for."
" I'll never ask you again," he said, and hated himself, not for the lie he had spoken but for the weakness in him that made it a lie. He had said the same thing before, and then she had come to him, and he had forgotten resentment and lost his fury and, relaxed in the warm and rumpled bed, had spoken his love for her. He had asked forgiveness and laid the blame on himself for times like tonight's. Soft stuff, Curtis Mack, weak, unstable and-all right-sensual. Was anything wrong with sensuality? What was wrong was her tyranny over him. What was wrong was that he

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