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A Classic of the Southwestern Humor school that influenced Mark Twain, this portrait of a rascally backcountry trickster remains an engaging parody of enduring aspects of the American character. Southern Classics Series.
About the Author
Johnson Jones Hooper was a lawyer, newspaper editor, politician and writer in the new country of antebellum Alabama. He died in Richmond, Virginia in 1862 while in the service of the Confederate Government.