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The Way West (1955)

self words for. Better to keep silent. Better to rely on the flow of heart to heart.
What was grief? What was this long sorrow? What had Becky Evans said, with compassion underneath the hard simplicity? That no one could afford grief very long? As if grief were a luxury, an indulgence not to be enjoyed if a woman met her duties. That was the rule, she realized when Becky stated it, the rule to Oregon, the rule of all frontiers, the rule perhaps of life, but still she hated it. Still she fought against it, feeling hurt and guilt for having lost Todd in a chore.
Well, she had done her duties. She had found strength. She had borrowed it from Rebecca. If she cried, she cried at night and got up in good time and met the day. She would refute the rule. She would do her work and hold her grief. Not now, not ever, would Tod be lost to her.
She heard the sigh she hadn't known was coming. She knew her thought was tangled. Work, baby and Oregon, and Tod-how could her heart and mind make room for all of them, and first of all for Charles? Only time could tell her, and God if He would be so good.
Beth came to give her a white rock she had found. "Pretty?" she asked while her fat hand laid it in the open palm.
" Very pretty."
" Will you keep it in your house?"
" It will be a present from you."
" Can I come to see you sometimes when I get home?" "Of course. But you're not going home."
" Home to Oregon," the child explained and walked
off to find more rocks.

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