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Southern fried plus six : short works of fiction / by William Price Fox.

Fox, William Price, (author.).

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780878441068
  • ISBN: 0878441069
  • ISBN: 9780878441426
  • ISBN: 0878441425
  • Physical Description: 254 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: Orangeburg, SC : Sandlapper Pub., 1991.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Originally published: Philadelphia : Lippincott, c1968.
Formatted Contents Note:
Lower Mulberry -- Wilma -- Pit fight -- Eugene Talmedge and Sears Roebuck Co. -- The ordeal of Lonnie Register -- Fast nerves -- Razor fight at the St. Louis café -- The buzzard's lope -- Leroy Jeffcoat -- Dear diary -- Dear diary: Wanda -- The B-flat concert -- The hair of the dog -- Southern fried -- Coley Moke -- You don't smell it: you drink it -- Monck's Corner -- Have you ever rode the Southern? -- Hello, New York -- Pinehurst, due South -- 200,000 dozen pairs of socks -- Room 306 doesn't tip.
Summary, etc.:
ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND THE BOOK: William Price Fox was completely unknown as a writer in 1962 when his collection of short works of fiction, Southern Fried, was published as a paperback original. In a review, John K. Hutchens remarked: "If you never read a line by him outside these seventeen stories . . . you would say to yourself 'this is a writer'--because that is exactly what he is." Five years and 300,000 copies later, we know how correct was Mr. Hutchens's judgment, for Fox has captivated a wide audience of book and magazine readers as an author who can reproduce the humors and cadences of the South with a deft and sure touch. Southern Fried Plus Six presents the original 1962 collection with a bonus of six new Fox stories. The new pieces range from the story of a harrowing journey on a day coach during World War II ("Have You Ever Rode Southern?") to the fun and profit of bellhopping in a posh Miami hotel ("Room 306 Doesn't Tip"). Readers of Mr. Fox's novel, Moonshine Light, Moonshine Bright will find equal pleasure in this array of Foxian frolics.
Awards Note:
South Carolina Academy of Authors Inductee, 2010.
Subject: American wit and humor > South Carolina.
Southern States > Social life and customs > 20th century > Fiction.
Authors, American > South Carolina.
Genre: Short stories.
Humorous fiction.

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