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The Way West (1955)

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" Sure."
" I haven't anyone to hold to but you."
" You'll be all right. I'm sure." He drew his arm from around her shoulders. "We better be getting back."
" I don't care to dance no more."
" I'll follow along and see you're safe to your tent then."
" Seems like I don't want to do nothin' except set here by you."
His hand came back and lay kind on her shoulder. "We better not stay any longer."
She got up and straightened the dress with the flouncy collar and went to him and bent her head against his chest, holding to his shirt with her hands.
" Mercyl" he said, while his arms came around. "Little Mercyl" There was misery in his voice still but also a beginning of something else again, together making a kind of wild torment that she found assurance in. "I'm crazy. I'm not good for you, Mercy. Say nol Say no for your sakel But we could see each other tomor
row night?"
There was a sort of power in the Indian drums that oppressed Brother Weatherby. The devil, he thought, watching the dancers, forever was at his wicked work, so that the beat of a stick on a dried skin became more than a measured thump and a grunted song more than a chant. They became an invitation to violence, to the dark passions, to sin. To the idolatry suggested by the dancers' expert imitation of the buffalo.
The light hadn't gone from the sky yet, though the

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