By William Maxwell
From the yank ebook Award-winning writer of Ancestors and Time Will Darken comes a masterful number of tales, spanning greater than 50 years--a travel of a global that engages readers fullyyt, and whose characters command the inner most loyalty and tenderness.
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At the shot the head dropped forward. “That does it,” said Wilson. “Got the spine. ” “Let’s get the drink,” said Macomber. In his life he had never felt so good. In the car Macomber’s wife sat very white faced. “You were marvellous, darling,” she said to Macomber. ” Wilson asked. “It was frightful. ” “Let’s all have a drink,” Macomber said. “By all means,” said Wilson. ” She drank the neat whisky from the flask and shuddered a little when she swallowed. She handed the flask to Macomber who handed it to Wilson.
Wilson called in Swahili and the older gun-bearer, who was skinning out one of the heads, straightened up, pulled a box of solids out of his pocket and brought them over to Macomber, who filled his magazine and put the remaining shells in his pocket. “You might as well shoot the Springfield,” Wilson said. “You’re used to it. We’ll leave the Mannlicher in the car with the Memsahib. Your gun-bearer can carry your heavy gun. I’ve this damned cannon. ” He had saved this until the last because he did not want to worry Macomber.
They climbed into the motor car and, in the gray first daylight, moved off up the river through the trees. Macomber opened the breech of his rifle and saw he had metal-cased bullets, shut the bolt and put the rifle on safety. He saw his hand was trembling. He felt in his pocket for more cartridges and moved his fingers over the cartridges in the loops of his tunic front. He turned back to where Wilson sat in the rear seat of the doorless, box-bodied motor car beside his wife, them both grinning with excitement, and Wilson leaned forward and whispered, “See the birds dropping.
All the Days and Nights: The Collected Stories by William Maxwell