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The Furnace Of Gold (Fiscle Part-X)

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The     Furnace Of     Gold (Fiscle Part-X)

Now Nevada, Though Robed In Gray And White--The Gray Of Sagebrush And The
White Of Snowy Summits--Had Never Yet Been Accounted A Nun When Once
Again The Early Summer Aroused The Passions Of Her Being And The Wild
Peach Burst Into Bloom.



It Was Out In Nauwish Valley, At The Desert-Edge, Where Gold Has Been
Stored In The Hungry-Looking Rock To Lure Man Away From Fairer Pastures.
There Were Mountains Everywhere--Huge, Rugged Mountains, Erected In The
Igneous Fury Of World-Making, Long Since Calmed. Above Them All The Sky
Was Almost Incredibly Blue--An Intense Ultramarine Of Extraordinary
Clearness And Profundity.



At The Southwest Limit Of The Valley Was The One Human Habitation
Established Thereabout In Many Miles, A Roadside Station Where A Spring
Of Water Issued From The Earth. Towards This, On The Narrow, Side-Hill
Road, Limped A Dusty Red Automobile.

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