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The Way West (1955)

"Not in wagons. Dick thinks it ain't for wagons."
" On horseback then, and one of you can float my property down. Or, if there's not a party overland, maybe Amanda can go with you."
" Course she could," Evans answered slowly while he picked a stem of grass.
" What do you say then?" Mack found himself speaking with a kind of urgency, as if, for reasons lying back in mind, it was important that he get them to accept. Their faces were thoughtful, tentative with the brain's trial of yes and no.
" Wouldn't like to ask it of you," Evans said. "You didn't."
" Right handsome of you," Shields put in, low-voiced, as if embarrassed at the need of comment.
Evans moved his head from face to face. "What you say?"
They didn't speak at once, but, watching, Mack foresaw the answer. He thought without irritation, he thought with understanding that, while they wouldn't take his money, they would take his toil and sweat and time, for they had that to give. And it was right, right for them and right for him.
" It's generous," Fairman said to Evans, "too generous, but-if he will?"
Mack got to his feet, seeing others nod. "It's settled, then? I'll see them through. The single men and I will."
Later, lying in bed, listening to the salmon in the river, he thought about his case. He didn't believe in God, at any rate the God that other people seemed to. He doubted the moralities. He wouldn't say what constituted sin, if sin existed. He knew in honesty that,

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