Above the Fall Line: The Trail from White Pine Cabin

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Amy Blackmarr returns to her native Georgia as a "refugee," fleeing a bleak Kansas winter, the trauma of graduate school, and a "loss of identity, confidence, boyfriend and best dog and pride." Now White Pine Cabin, a hut barely big enough to turn around in, becomes the setting for Blackmarr's searing self-examination as she tells the stories that have led her so far inward and works out a trail back toward a happier connection with herself, the land, her God, and the people in her world. With an irony that keeps her prose ...

Above the Fall Line: The Trail from White Pine Cabin 2009, Mercer University Press, Georgia

ISBN-13: 9780881461763

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Above the Fall Line: The Trail from White Pine Cabin 2003, Mercer University Press

ISBN-13: 9780865549012

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