La Storia Romana by Appiano, a cura di Emilio Gabba e Domenico Magnino

By Appiano, a cura di Emilio Gabba e Domenico Magnino

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It cannot be said or put in song or word or made picture of, this thing they knew; there simply can be no knowing it by those of us who have never known, do not now, nor ever will. Only now as I drift ever deeper into not knowing, not then, not now, not ever, I still find some peace in this, having known these two men who did, one a failure, one a suicide. That he did not tell us. He did not tell us more. I was not alone in feeling this waste, that Robert James might have with struggle come out of himself, his world, to give us more of just that, himself, his world.

To say that Cady looked Indian is not right; he simply was Indian, least to me. As at ease with who and where and what he was as the Comanche who once rode these plains as they fled to find harbor from the encroaching invaders, us. But maybe not from me, I’ve always hoped. Sure, my mind and spirit are white, no doubt about it, but the way we look, Cady and I, there is similarity. Not large men, actually tending toward small, or short, there is a certain roundness to my frame and Cady was a stocky man, to a degree, if not exactly square then nothing plump.

The pretty Miss Lee. And of course there’s Papa Tom himself,Thomas Baylor, the Dollé patriarch. These and others shall be left to be scattered through these tales as need for them arises. For now, to finish for a time what they looked like, let us finish with the youngest Dollé boy and child, Cade called Cady. To say that Cady looked Indian is not right; he simply was Indian, least to me. As at ease with who and where and what he was as the Comanche who once rode these plains as they fled to find harbor from the encroaching invaders, us.

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