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Southern Fried Farce: A Buffet of Down-Home…

Southern Fried Farce: A Buffet of Down-Home Humor from the Best of…

by Henry Oehmig

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Building on and stemming from the American South’s grand tradition of hilarious observations, stories, and characters, the contemporary writers presented in this anthology show just how funny life can be South of the Mason-Dixon Line. Celia Rivenbark, George Singleton, John T. Edge, Lisa McLeod, David Magee, Susan Reinhardt, Lisa Daily, and many others have crafted essays and twisted yarns that will have readers laughing out loud—even if they're Yankees.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:05:23 -0400)

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