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The Way West (1955)

there quiet, he and his little leg and the big, black leg that would kill him.
" We'll put on a root-and-milk poultice," Evans said. "That might fotch it."
Judith was stroking the hand she had brought back into hers. "He hasn't had any fun," she said, not to anyone, as if speaking a faraway wish for a new chance with him. The tears kept spilling from her eyes and sliding down the uncrying face. "He's been sick so much."
Fairman raised his head and spit and bent it again.
Judith went on as if she was all alone: "I should have played with him this morning. I should have known how tired he was of doing nothing."
" Don't fault yourself, Judie," Rebecca asked. "Please don't fault yourself any more. You ain't to blame."
Evans wished Judith would break down, wished she would begin to whoop and holler and take on as some women did and so ease herself and all the rest of them.
Dick came in with a kettle of hot milk in one hand and some straggly roots in the other and sat down at the door of the tent and put a root in his mouth. When he had chewed it up, he spit it into his hand and took another bite. "All right, Charlie."
Fairman brought his head up and cleared his mouth. Some grains of powder showed around it. "What is it?"
" A root the Sioux use." Dick moved up with his handful of chewings and plastered it on.
" Got a rag?" Evans asked.
Judith took a towel from the pile by her side and leaned across to hand it to him. He went to the kettle and dipped the towel in the hot milk and folded it

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