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The Way West (1955)

two of them would melt into understanding that wiped away shame, into tenderness that went without words.
He said, "I reckon I got a load."
She looked down and bent a little and a crumb of the dried manure fell from under her hand and caught on her faded dress and stuck there.
The words he had said beat back on him, the empty, clumsy words, and he saw himself as if he stood outside, saw himself gawky, big-handed and big-footed, with the pale fine sprouts of new whiskers on his face, saw himself unproved and likely cowardly, lost in fool dreams.
He took two steps and wrenched around and said, "I could do it for you."
Her glance came up in a quick, liquid look that he couldn't understand.
" I'd be pleasured to."
" I can do it all right." She turned without thanking him. She walked away and stopped and stooped, somehow pitiful and somehow dignified, and fingered for a cow dab.
Of a sudden, while he dared to watch, he understood something about her, seeing in his mind's eye old Hank McBee and his dirty whiskers and the thin oxen, hitched along with an old roan horse, that pulled the McBee wagon, and with the wagon Mrs. McBee and her loud brood and a coop of messy chickens.
He could imagine now that a snake had been by her, a rattlesnake that someway didn't rattle, and he had seen the ugly head rise from the grass, unseen by her, and the dirty coil of it close by her ankle, and, without

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