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The Way West (1955)

Roll! he urged from inside. Roll, goddam it, rollt Roll, you graybacks! Roll or die, while heat smothers you and your hearts pound in your heads! Roll for the Greenl Roll coughing in the dustl Poke the god(lam oxen! Rolll
Think, Summersl Think hardl Left or right or straight ahead? How was it long ago? You can't be wrong. How was it now? Left, it's left it was, left by the bulge of hill. Point the party leftl
The McBee girl looking sick, sweating pale beside the wagon. Up, young'un, and ride. You want to catch a stroke? Sand and beard cobwebbed on the face of Hank McBee. Sand rivered on the sweating other faces. The beat of blood in the cheeks. Emptiness in the women's eyes, the look of seeking for a piece of shade. One ox down, and it unanswering to goad or whip, its eyes big and sad. Kill it! Kill it out of kindness while the ravens wait and bring up another and go on. One ox don't count, Brewer. Not in this fix. Roll for the Green!
Fairman done in and laid out in his wagon and his woman crying, and the sick heat-flush in the fairskinned faces of Daugherty and Byrd, and what's a cracked lip now? Go it, you hossesl Poke up the oxen that walk low-headed, bawling hoarse for water. Come on, you women with your crosspatch pups! You wanted Oregon, didn't you? Pray, Weatherby, pray but plod, and no knucklin' under to the will of Godl
By Jesus, Summers thought, these folks were strong, strong in purpose even when weak in body. Rebecca Evans walking stout, mettled like a good mare; Lije helping those he could, encouraging all, his broad cheeks grayed by sand; Patch, Mack, Brewer, Shields,

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