“You don’t approve of me, do you?”

Papago Wells

“You don’t approve of me, do you?”

“What is there to approve of? You are beautiful, of course, but you resent the very things that made life easy for you. You resent you father. From the summit of the molehill of your Eastern education you judge the mountain of the obstacles your father faced. You” – he turned away from her – “are like the froth on beer. You look nice but you don’t mean anything.”

Exchange between Logan Cates and Jennifer Fair in Last Stand at Papago Wells by Louis L’Amour

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