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The Way West (1955)

the hem of her dress. "I didn't mean to act the fool."
" You couldn't act the fool to me, Mercy." His hand came under her chin and lifted her head and turned it to him. There was concern in his face, and questions and kindness, and of a sudden he bent and kissed her cheek, kissed the kiss not of hunger but of care and good-wishing. "You allus look so sad," he said, dropping his hand and drawing his arm from across her back. "Wisht I could make it so you didn't. I'd do anything."
" You're good, Brownie," she said. "Whatever happens, I know you're good."
She got up because she couldn't talk without more tears, and they went back, saying little, and neared camp, and he said, "I hope this ain't the last time I'll get to walk with you?"
" I do' know," she answered and turned from him and walked and arrived at her family's wagon and heard Pa saying, "I swear, womanl Hurry up them victualsl This country makes a man all gut."

She waited in the dark. She made herself a shadow in the dark so that people, looking, would take her for a bush or for a cloud across a star. The stars were out, cold and distant before the moon that would come later. A breeze ran on the ground and touched her legs and went on, whispering the night's secrets, and she trembled to it, not from cold.
The sounds of a camp about to go to bed came to her-the late close of a lid over a cleaned kettle, the tired voice of Mrs. Byrd with her young, the rumble that was the quiet, man-to-woman talk of men before they gave themselves to night. They mixed with other

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