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The Way West (1955)

was a high whine. "Me and my woman and young'uns, we're a-turnin' back, by Moses!"
Mrs. Turley shouted from among the women, "Amenl Amenl" Tadlock heard her crying hysterically afterwards, as he had heard overwrought women cry at revivals.
" We're headin' backwards for the Meramec," Turley went on, "seein's this company won't wait for others and seein's everybody is at outs besides. Who wants to turn back with us, welcome."
Patch asked, "What about it, Summers?"
Summers stood off to Patch's right. He said one word: "Dangerous."
A little silence followed-except for Mrs. Turley's crying-that Patch broke by asking, "Anyone else want to turn back?" He waited. "Byrd?"
That, Tadlock had thought through his bitterness, was good management, was one accidental stroke of good management. Let Byrd say yes or no. Get him committed and hold him to it.
Byrd said he'd stick.
Patch went on, "If anyone plans to split off from the train, we'd like to know it now." He didn't look toward Tadlock but others turned to do so. Tadlock stared back, silent and unmoving. Split off? How could he split off? It was an impulsive threat he'd made. Who would go with him? Brewer and McBee and Martin, maybe, if he lived. A sorry lot, without oxen enough and some of those already sore of foot. He sat stiff and wordless, but he wanted to jump up and cry out, calling them the ingrates that they were. He felt like rising with his whip and lashing them one and all until they saw the truth of things. Cattle? Drivers? The

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