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The Way West (1955)

"Don't you know something?" Judith Fairman's voice wasn't much more than a whisper. She hadn't spoken before, and now he looked at her face, and there was such trouble there and so much of prayer in her voice that he couldn't say the truth. While he hunted for a lie, Dick asked, "Did you suck him?"
She shook her head slowly, as if under a gathering load of guilt for not thinking of sucking.
Evans couldn't look at her longer. He couldn't stand to see hope trembling against despair, and her so young and comely and deserving. His eyes went to Rebecca, sitting silent, giving in silence of her strength. It came to him that women suffered deeper and endured longer and understood better than any man. In grief and death men were only children, as he was himself, and had to lean on the motherness of the Rebeccas of the world.
The boy moved, and his half-shut eyes flickered, and a spasm wrenched him, ending in vomit that Rebecca tried to catch in her pan. Judith leaned over and wiped him with a towel.
The boy cried weakly, "It hurts, Mother."
" Plainest words he's spoke," Evans said, trying to find the tone of hope.
" I know, dear. I know. Do you want a drink?" Judith's face didn't cry; nothing but the pale-blue eyes cried, putting the shine of tears on her cheeks.
The boy didn't answer. He sank back, and his lids lowered, and Evans feared he saw the blue of death under the eyes and on the temples. He listened for Tod's breathing.
Fairman cried out again, as if they were all at fault, "Do we just stand and wait?"

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