Synopses & Reviews
Chapters in this collection of over 450 jokes include: Love and Marriage; Schools and Education; Moonshine and Other Spirits; Old Age; Religion; Lawyers; Animals and Hunting; Mountaineers and City Folks; Health and Medicine; and Rural Life. Also includes humorous essays by William Lightfoot and Roy Blount
Appalachian humor can be dry, colorful, and earthy. The chapters vary greatly ranging from topics of Love and Marriage; Schools, Religion; Lawyers; Mountaineers and the Law; Animals and Hunting; Mountaineers and City Folks; Health and Medicine; and Rural Life. In Curing the Cross-Eyed Mule, songwriter Billy Edd Wheeler and folklorist Loyal Jones have combined to give you the biggest serving of Appalachian mountain humor since their bestselling Laughter in Appalachia.
Appalachian humor can be dry, colorful, and earthy, and this collection of over 450 jokes includes some of the best there is. The chapters vary greatly: Love and Marriage
/Loyal Jones and Billy Edd Wheeler The more than 450 jokes included here are, like the best of Appalachian humor, dry, colorful and earthy, sometimes aimedat the mountaineer's own foibles, but often at t