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The Way West (1955)

had time to think. "You mean it's her over me? And over your ma?"
The answer was a long time coming, but it came
solid. "If I got to choose."
Evans made himself hold silent. Out of the thoughts that ran inside his head, he tried to catch a good one, one good enough to make the boy consider. While he tried, anger died in him, leaving just its ashes. "You owe it to your ma to talk to her, Brownie."
" I got to see Mercy."
" Not meanin' you won't talk to Ma?"
" Not about if I do or don't-but I'll talk to her." "There's no changin' you, I reckon?" "I'm sorry, Pa, and sorrier it riles you." "It's you I'm tryin to think of." "Then don't be upset. I'm doin' what I want." "I can't feel you're sure of that." "I'm sure."
" You fixed things up with Weatherby?" "Not yet."
" And got no tent or anything?"
" We kin sleep out, or under a wagon." "Just married and sleep under a wagoni" "Well-"
Evans found himself hurrying to say, "Never mind," knowing by the boy's voice that he was mortified and being somehow mortified himself.
" We'll make out somehow."
" If nothin'll hold you, I'll trade for a tent." "Pa!"
" You're a man now, I reckon, and I ain't got the eye to see it, rememberin' baby days. An' I'll see Weather
by if you're still sot come mornin'."

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