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ments. Long after reason came, the feeling stayed. Forever after. A man could deny God, knowing the afflictions that were a contradiction of Him, but still he felt accountable beyond the facts. Sinning sins that the Great Sinner forced upon him, he wanted to atone, to humble and flagellate himself, to promise to do better. That way he found comfort, as he, Curtis Mack, had found comfort in hard work and unaccustomed patience with Amanda after the killing of the Kaw.
It was in the nature of things, he thought, that now, with a better understanding reached between his wife and him, the consequences of misunderstanding should arise. Too late, if ever, one fell upon the answer to his
plight.
It had been simple, so simple, if so wise, that he wondered at his blindness. Hot and swollen with his need there near the Southern Pass, he still had kept his voice in check, saying to Amanda while they lay in bed, "I wish you would. I wish you could, Amanda."
" I wish so, too."
" I understand the fear, but it isn't fear alone, not just of pregnancy."
" No," she said and waited for his words.
" Part must be resentment, and I understand that, too, I guess. No one likes to answer to demand."
" No."
" Do you know what it is?"
" Only that something gets in the way. Only that I feel I can't."
" Always?"
" Not always. You know that."
" Don't you feel desire? Ever?"
She didn't answer, and he thought he felt her stiffen

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