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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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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