Excerpt from Deep in the Hearts of Men
The younger man turned abruptly and went to the window where he could think straighter with his father's face no longer before him. He stood there looking, but not seeing - thoughts, emotions, will all in conﬂict.
A few minutes more of silence; then he became aware that at last he saw, and that little by little what he saw was clearing his mind, stilling his emotions, strengthening his will. He was looking out on what as a little lad he loved, what he loved now: the industrial town, formerly a New Hampshire village, in which he had been born.
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