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The Way West (1955)

couldn't help himself and was light-spirited or surly, depending on the grant or refusal of so small a favor.
He said, "You drive me to other women."
" I don't mean to, Curt."
" I can't help looking at them and thinking. I'll find another woman, too."
" If tbat's what you want."
" What do you care? You don't want me."
" If that's what you want."
" Want, helll" He lurched over in bed. "You ought to have married a steer."
Lying there, hearing her soft weeping, feeling with a fierce pleasure the spasms of her body, he told himself he would find another woman. He wanted to be faithful, and she made it impossible, and so he would throw his restraints aside. He would get out of the mold he'd been cast in. People like his parents, lecturing him about sinl People like preachers, like old Brother Weatherby, preaching against evill People like these emigrants, fixing lashes as punishment for fornication and adulteryl All the men lustful and all fearful, one of another, wanting to save what they had for themselves but maybe to sneak a little on the side. But suppose a man had nothing, or next to nothing?
He would find himself a woman, he would wrench loose from the morality that had been ground into him. He swore it to himself, resisting, while he swore, the doubt that he could, pushing aside the forethought of a conscience so guilty it might unman him.
The night bird still called outside, and the breeze still played along the tent. He heard the sneeze of a horse and the distant mooing of a cow. And steady to his ears came the sweep and mutter of the Kaw.

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