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  • On the other side of the river is a road that has been there as some form of passway since the time of elk and buffalo, both long since extinguished.

    Excerpt: Thirteen Moons by Charles Frazier

  • He was bone tired and at least partially lost, still trying to find a passway bearing directly west toward home.

    Cold Mountain

  • He first came to a house built right in the crotch of two roads, so close that the porch nearly blocked the passway.

    Cold Mountain

  • Ruby had grown impatient with Penelope, but she would sit of a long evening and laugh and laugh at the tribulations of Odysseus, all the stones the gods threw in his passway.

    Cold Mountain

  • WI II lam Sh at nor lost in the deserted passway, confused as to how to find his way home.

    Tek Lab

  • Georgie thought so too, and ran into the passway where he stood screaming.

    The Dollmaker

  • A moment later Cassie came running through the passway, capless and mittenless.

    The Dollmaker

  • “Look, Gert,” Clovis, awakened as always by any sound, no matter how small, but out of the ordinary, yawned and struggled with sleep in the passway.

    The Dollmaker

  • Johala came and drank the coffee Gertie gave her, but the gospel woman lingered in the passway, bent above the block of wood, peeping as if she would see the hidden face.

    The Dollmaker

  • “Max,” Sophronie warned in a whisper, just as the gospel woman came into the passway.

    The Dollmaker


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