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The Way West (1955)

"You could set, though."
He sprawled on the ground. "I want someone to talk to."
" There's others besides me," she said. She had laid fear back. She had brought it in and laid it back, and it was just a heaviness in her, weighing on the heart.
" Better to talk to you than some I could name," he said. "Nice place, ain't it? Been to Beer Springs?"
" No."
" Pa says it tastes like old beer, with the life gone out of it."
" I wouldn't know."
" I tried it oncet. Made my stummick turn."
When she didn't speak, he asked, "Whyn't you and me take a walk down that way?"
" There's work to do."
" It'll get itself done."
With fear closed in, her eyes had dried, and she let them lift and see his face. It was an honest face, with sandy hair and freckles like stains underneath his tan and a gaze that wouldn't see inside her.
" Wisht you'd walk."
" And just let work go?" She tried to make her tone light. "That'ud be a purty thing."
" You're the purty thing." The words came out of him like a blurt out of one of the springs, as if they had been building up and wouldn't be held and so spilled out of his mouth in spite of him. The blood rising in his face drowned tan and freckles both.
Before she thought, she said, "Purty is as purty does."
" Purty does all right, I bet."
" You don't know nothin' about me, Brownie."
" Reckon I do. You willin' to walk?"

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