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By M. Thomas Inge, Ed Piacentino

If, as a few recommend, American literature started with Huckleberry Finn, then the humorists of the outdated South definitely helped us to form that literature. Twain himself discovered to jot down by way of examining the humorists’ paintings, and later writers have been inspired by way of it. This booklet marks the 1st new number of humor from that sector released in fifteen years—and the 1st clean choice of sketches and stories to seem in over 40 years.             Thomas Inge and Ed Piacentino deliver their wisdom of and fondness for this style to a set that displays the massive physique of scholarship that has been released on its significant figures and where of the circulation in American literary background. They breathe new existence into the topic, accumulating a brand new choice of texts and including Twain—the purely significant American writer to give a contribution to and emerge from the movement—as good as a number of lately pointed out humorists.             all the significant writers are represented, from Augustus Baldwin Longstreet to Thomas Bangs Thorpe, in addition to a superb many lesser-known figures like Hamilton C. Jones, Joseph M. box, and John S. Robb. The anthology additionally contains numerous writers only in the near past came upon to join the culture, similar to Joseph Gault, Christopher Mason Haile, James Edward Henry, and Marcus Lafayette Byrn, and contours authors formerly missed, similar to William Gilmore Simms, Ham Jones, Orlando Benedict Mayer, and Adam summer time. choices are well timed, reflecting fresh tendencies in literary heritage and feedback delicate to problems with gender, race, and ethnicity. The editors have additionally taken pains to search out first printings to prevent the types of textual corruptions that regularly happen in later types of those sketches. Southern Frontier Humor bargains scholars and common readers alike a large viewpoint and new appreciation of this singular kind of writing from the previous South—and presents a few chuckles alongside the best way.

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Fienberg, Lorne. ” In American Humor Magazines and Comic Periodicals, edited David E. E. Sloane, 271–78. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1987. Gault, Joseph. ” In Joseph Gault’s Fifth Edition of His Reports: Entitled A Coat of Many Colors, 14–16. , 1902. 22 Southern Frontier Humor Grammer, John M. ” In A Companion to the Literature and Culture of the American South, edited by Richard Gray and Owen Robinson, 370–87. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing, 2004. Hall, William C. ” In Humor of the Old Southwest, edited by Hennig Cohen and Richard B.

54. Henry Clay Lewis, “The Struggle for Life,” in Odd Leaves, 192–93. 55. , 198. 56. , 202. 57. Derek H. Alderman, “Rednecks, Bluenecks, and Hickphonics : Southern Humor on the Internet,” in The Enduring Legacy of Old Southwest Humor, ed. Ed Piacentino, 264. 58. James H. Justus, “The Company We Keep,” 141. Works Cited Alderman, Derek H. ” In The Enduring Legacy of Old Southwest Humor, edited by Ed Piacentino, 261–78. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2006. Arnold, Edwin T. Introduction to Odd Leaves from the Life of a Louisiana Swamp Doctor by Henry Clay Lewis, xi-xlviii.

He was elected a judge, owned a newspaper, was ordained a Methodist minister, and served as president of several educational institutions—Emory College, Centenary College in Louisiana, the University of Mississippi, and South Carolina College. As a strict anti-abolitionist, he stood up against the attacks on slavery by the northern branch of his church and wrote a series of pro-slavery letters collected in 1847 as a book, A Voice from the South. Longstreet moved his family to Mississippi during the Civil War and watched federal troops burn his home before he retired to Georgia.

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