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The Way West (1955)

Here was a spot for silence, Summers figured. Silence was the best come-on.
" I didn't know no one but you to come to."
Summers picked a grass stem and nibbled at it while he waited. There was the taste of fall in it already, the taste and toughness of fall.
" Maybe I got no rightful business talkin', to you or anybody. Only I had to talk."
The night had taken in the far shore, so that land and water were just one. Rock came out of the darkness and smelled around them and snuffed away, following a trail in the grass.
" This can't git out, Dick."
" I allus forgit to tell."
" I wouldn't be tellin' myself, except for thinkin' you could help me to the answers."
" It's yes or no, ain't it?"
" There's other things."
Answers, Summers thought while he waited. Brownie wanted answers. Always people wanted answers, the full and final, everlasting answers, not learning that answers answered only for the time, and none too well at that. His mind followed the idea along. What seemed true and right today was changed tomorrow. It all depended. On time and age and accident, and were your bowels all right. Brain and bowel went together, brain and bowel and body heat and the dream dreamed the night before. The brain made up its mind according but gave the credit all to self, standing high and prideful with its answer, not thinking that what it was thinking wouldn't be thought but for some outside partnership.
" Supposin', Dick-?"

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