The Greats of Cuttercane

The Greats of Cuttercane

by Terry Kay
     
 

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When Asa Holbrook Staggs stepped into the cold-water spring that would later bear his name, he was drunk. The date was November 18, 1914. He pulled himself from the water, sober, cold, and converted to a new life in the Lord. Thus began the legend of Asa's Spring. THE GREATS OF CUTTERCANE tells the stories of people in Cuttercane, Georgia, the place of Asa's Spring.…  See more details below

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When Asa Holbrook Staggs stepped into the cold-water spring that would later bear his name, he was drunk. The date was November 18, 1914. He pulled himself from the water, sober, cold, and converted to a new life in the Lord. Thus began the legend of Asa's Spring. THE GREATS OF CUTTERCANE tells the stories of people in Cuttercane, Georgia, the place of Asa's Spring. Written in the edged-in-humor style of caricature, these stories are still shared daily in the South.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780881462500
Publisher:
Mercer University Press
Publication date:
10/30/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
500 KB

Meet the Author

Terry Kay, a 2009 recipient of the Governor's Award for the Humanities and a 2006 inductee into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame, has been a sports writer and film/theater reviewer (Atlanta Journal-Constitution), a public relations executive, and a corporate officer. He is the author of eleven published novels, including Bogmeadow's Wish, The Book of Marie, To Dance with the White Dog, and The Valley of Light, as well as a book of essays, Special K, and a children's book, To Whom the Angel Spoke.

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