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The Way West (1955)

"Why sure, now, she will. Me and you'll build us a fort. Get that dead branch over there."
Judith set the basket down, wanting the dry, queer cheer of Hig. "I thought you'd be on the rock."
" Fer what?"
" To carve your name, of course."
" Not me," he answered, breaking the branch and setting the sticks while Tod looked on.
" Why?"
He grinned. "I could say I don't know writin'." "Oh."
" But that ain't it."
" What is it?"
Thought lighted his narrowed eyes. "This here country puts its mark on a man, and the mark is that he ain't sure who he is, being littled by the size of it."
" I don't see-"
" So he puts his mark on the country, like they're doin' on that rock, and then he can say to hisself, 'By Godfrey, this is me, all right. There's my name writ right there in the stone.' "
" Well?"
" Shoo, boy, we forgot to leave us a gate." Then, "What I'm tryin' to tell your ma is I'm too simpleminded fer it. I wouldn't any more'n cut my name than I'd wonder was it really me that cut it and, besides, was that sure enough my name anyhow."
" I thought they cut them for other people to see."
" Men puts me in mind of a horse that j'ined us today. Been lost, I reckon, from a train last year, and wanderin' over this God-big country ever since, wonderin' about hisself, thinkin' was he a horse sure

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