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As he stood on the gallery of his home, the outcropping on which he lived on the mountainside seemed to fade out from under him.
M.C. jumped over the stream and headed for Ben waiting on a high branch. M.C. wasn't able to be friends with Ben.
For a moment they stared at one another in a silent regard. M.C. liked Ben and felt sorry for his being small and alone when he didn’t want to be either. He admired Ben because Ben was a witchy
Jones Higgins always rode M.C.’s beat-up bicycle through the foothills. There had been a time when M.C. hadn’t the strength yet to ride the bike on the hills. But now he could ride it better than Jones, two hundred feet up and then down.
His father beating him with his belt: “A boat wouldn’t go into that water not knowing how the currents run. (Whack!) I’m not saying you can’t swim it (Whack!), as good a swimmer as you are. (Whack!) But you have to study it, you have to practice.His father is telling him that he isn't read to go to the current and he is hitting him with his belt.
M.C. leaves his home one night to look for the girl in the woods.When Ben realizes that M.C. is trying to find the girl in the woods, he asks “M.C., is it a hunt?
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