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A Study of Otjiwarongo District (South West Africa) by O. Köhler

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There’s been worse done to me by him, an’ all of them. ” “Miss Stacey, you’re shore not goin’ to ride off alone. ” demanded Jane with spirit. “I will. Or any of the boys, for that matter. ” Jane started with surprise, and then blushed rosy red. Tex, also, appeared confused at his disclosure. “Miss Stacey, I oughtn’t have said that. It slipped out. The boss said we needn’t tell you, but you were to be watched an’ taken care of. It’s a wild range. ” “Mister Springer is very kind and thoughtful,” murmured Jane.

Be damned to you, Pinder! ” His lips thinned down and he stared at me. I’ve seldom seen such hatred in a man’s eyes. ” he said. “Get out fast! ” “Then why wait? I’m not joining Maclaren so far as I know now, but I’m staying, Pinder. Any time you want what I’ve got, come shooting. ” —from “Riders of the Dawn” by Louis L’Amour Foreword A short novel is a story too short to be a novel—40,000 words or less—and too long to be a short story. It was a literary form that once was encouraged and flourished when there were numerous fiction magazines published weekly, monthly, or quarterly in the United States, and it is a form at which numerous American writers excelled.

Perhaps it was an absence of ranchers’ corduroys and boots, if Jane needed assurance of what she had dreamed of and hoped for. She had it in his frank admiration. “Sure it’s somethin’ fine for Bill Springer to have the prettiest girl here,” he said. “Thank you…but, Mister Springer…I sadly fear you were a cowboy before you became a rancher,” she replied archly. “Sure I was. ” He laughed. “Of course, I could never come up to…say…Frank Owens. But let’s dance. ” So he swung her into the circle of dancers.

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