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The Way West (1955)

Mack saw him, ghost-like in his buckskins, and then he caught the glimmer of him moving off, and then he was lost, lost in darkness, lost in the sudden pressing emptiness, lost on the brooding land.
After a minute the talk picked up, but Mack didn't wait to hear it. He would be a war party himself, a oneman, green-man war party, riding with his anger, riding like a fool to dull the edge of it, and maybe meeting Indians and fighting them and so spending himself in another way than with a woman. A man got so he found his pleasure in being crazy and perverse-but he never could explain to Amanda how it was. If he could, it wouldn't make any difference, not with Amanda.
Some of the women ran out to meet him, a squall of alarm, of questions, of entreaties. They pulled at his sleeves and ran around to face him again after he had passed them. "Everything's all right. I said everything's all right." Others waited at the corral, wanting to know, too, and he said, "It's all right," and went on, hardly looking at them, hating them, all of them, because they were women. Mrs.Turley was crying, "I knowed we shouldn't've come. I knowed it." He stepped over a wagon tongue and got away.
The fires outside the corral had been replenished, and the flames licked in the big eyes of the horses, which were standing high-headed, uneasy with the general uneasiness. He caught his saddle horse and led it over and tied it to the wheel of his wagon and
threw a saddle on it. Then he loosened the ox chains between his two wagons and pulled the tongue aside
and led the horse out, putting the tongue and chains
back afterwards.

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