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Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs: Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers : Together with ""Taking the Census"" and Other Alabama Sketches - The Library of Alabama classics (Paperback)
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Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs: Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers : Together with ""Taking the Census"" and Other Alabama Sketches - The Library of Alabama classics (Paperback)

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Paperback 201 Pages / Published: 30/09/1993
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Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs is a series of sketches written in part to parody some the campaign literature of the era.

Publisher: The University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 9780817307066
Number of pages: 201
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 203 x 146 x 20 mm


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""Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs" is one of the best-known texts among scholars and general readers of American fiction. Literarily, it is an acknowledged classic of the vibrant tradition of Southwestern humor. Historically, it is definitive as a document of life on the rumbustious Southwest frontier, the great 19th-century proving ground of Jacksonian democracy." - "Philip D. Beidler, The University of Alabama"


"Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs" is one of the best-known texts among scholars and general readers of American fiction. Literarily, it is an acknowledged classic of the vibrant tradition of Southwestern humor. Historically, it is definitive as a document of life on the rumbustious Southwest frontier, the great 19th-century proving ground of Jacksonian democracy. "Philip D. Beidler, The University of Alabama""


Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs is one of the best-known texts among scholars and general readers of American fiction. Literarily, it is an acknowledged classic of the vibrant tradition of Southwestern humor. Historically, it is definitive as a document of life on the rumbustious Southwest frontier, the great 19th-century proving ground of Jacksonian democracy. Philip D. Beidler, The University of Alabama"

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