Later, they would refight battles and tell children and grandchildren of pranks and forays and charges, of hunger, forced marches and wounds, but not now.
They had been in the illstarred foray but had separated from the others after the shooting.
The families of the men who had been in the ill-starred Klan foray did call first, but called with obvious infrequency thereafter.
And these men had once thought hanging too good for Rhett! This group was always linked in her mind with Frank’s death, and the late hours Rhett kept these days reminded her still more of the times preceding the Klan foray when Frank lost his life.
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The scientist has a successful foray into local politics.
He speaks for a long time, and his words weave a life before my eyes, the life of a dark-haired, curious-eyed child who snuck out from lessons so he could go adventuring, who waited eagerly at the edge of camp for the men of the Tribe to return from their merchant forays.