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Needing to recover from the trauma of graduate school and the loss of a romantic relationship, Amy Blackmarr returned to her native Georgia to stay in a tiny cabin in the woods. The cabin became the setting for an intense self-examination that would ultimately help Blackmarr to reconnect with herself, the land, and other people. In this memoir, she recounts her experience of solitude and community in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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