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The boxes are stacked three and four high, and there are several of these stacks. He has to run a live trapline for all the rats he needs to feed them, but the rat supply is running low, and now he’s thinking of breeding rabbits or letting some of the snakes go free. At the center of the room stands the portable pulpit that he brings out with him to preach the gospel of Mark. Beneath the pulpit is the largest of the serpent boxes and the biggest of the snakes. It’s a timber rattler more than six feet long that Baxter Dawes brought in only two days before and which has yet to be fed or handled by a man.

The fabric is so threadbare and worn that Charles can see right through to the outline of her flesh behind. 46 THE FLINTS You do what you have to, she says. But I can’t sleep either, Charles, and I can’t think with all this pain. I got my own message here inside my head that won’t go away, whether my eyes are open or closed, and I dream too, I dream of things that scare me and I don’t have a good feeling about this one, Charles, I don’t. He puts his hands on her shoulders and squeezes them and they look each other in the eye and for one moment they are together again, they are of one mind, and everything is fine.

She wears the blue-checkered dress her mother gave her, with a lace collar that lies flat at the base of her neck. She is just twenty-two. What about Magdalena? she says. Charles squats and puts his hands on top of hers, but she pulls hers back and looks away from him, gazing up at the crumbling wall behind her. She’s up at the big house, he says. Rebecca looks at him and squints. Charles sees the tiny lines that appear on her forehead when she’s scared. I need her, she says. No, you don’t. You need quiet and you need rest, and the old woman will be here with you and you can’t ask for anyone better.

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