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The Way West (1955)

"To who?"
" Well-to anyone?"
" An' never let on?"
" I don't know."
The voice in her said, "Talk don't seem to be no use. Must be your wife's expectin' you."
He cried out then, cried fierce but soft so that she felt the misery in him. "Mercyl I'm sorry. All I can say is I'm sorry."
He left without patting her, without touching her, without the kiss that she had thought would give her comfort; and she knew, while the knowing tore her to the lonely strength beneath, that he had wanted her only for the time, only for what his body found in her, and never again would come to her even to get more of the same.
Sound came back, the river complaining along the shore, the steamboat hissing, the coyotes crying louder as the moon flushed up, and, listening, she asked herself if she could wrong a boy like Brownie.

Curtis Mack didn't go immediately to his tent. He walked away from Mercy, toward it, and thought Amanda wouldn't be asleep as yet, and turned and wandered down the valley, his mind aware but motionless before the fact.
Ahead of him the hills bulked huge, lined against the sky by the rising moon, and, nearer, the waters of the river ran troubled under the long moon-slant that took them from the dark.
There was nothing to do, nothing he could do, nothing but wait, nothing but return to his tent as the girl had said when anxiety had edged his words. "Nothin',

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