The boy takes the revolver with him and goes out to find food

The boy takes the revolver with him and goes out to find food

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The boy takes the revolver with him and goes out to find food. But he returns with nothing, and his  father tells him that he needs to press on and head south by himself. The man tells the boy to find  the good guys and carry the fire. When the boy asks if the fire is real, the man assures him that it is;  that it's inside the boy. The man tells his son that he will always be able to him and that if he  practices talking to him, he'll be able to hear the man's response. The boy goes down the road as far  as he can, but then turns around to go back to his father who's asleep. The boy asks his father if he remembers the little boy that he saw in one of the towns. The man says  he does remember the other boy, and that he thinks the boy is all right, that goodness will find him  because it always has. The boy sleeps close to his father that night and when the boy wakes the next morning, his father is 
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course ENG 1310 taught by Professor Pilkington during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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