Won't You Come Home Billy Bob Bailey? (2020)

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  • Title: Won't You Come Home Billy Bob Bailey?
  • Author: Lewis Grizzard
  • ISBN: 9780446345903
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Paperback
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    One Reply to “Won't You Come Home Billy Bob Bailey?”

    1. Another Lewis Grizzard column connection it s the late 70s, so the dated material can feel like a time warp And Lewis also has dated views about many things but I still appreciate the humor and good stories I laugh out loud reading this in the evening before going to bed The columns about people old and young who died always bring a human element to the stories And the talk of sweet tea, dogs, grits, church, etc does capture some of the Southern culture I m used to To include sometimes backward [...]

    2. These newspaper columns from 1979 don t hold up, but weren t really meant to There is some interesting insight to life in Atlanta back then, and attitudes of the day, but that s all I got out of it Grizzard was a big deal in the 1980s, every southern newspaper seemed required to carry his column and I worked in a bookstore that kept stacks of his work available Seems forgotten today Do newspapers still have humor columnists

    3. Won t You Come Home, Billy Bob Bailey An Assortment of Home Cooked Journalism for People Who Wonder Why Clean Underwear Doesn t Grow on Trees by Lewis Grizzard Peachtree Publishers 1980 081 This is another collection of columns from the Atlanta Journal Constitution s funniest columnist My rating 7 10, finished 1983.

    4. Nonfiction An assortment of columns drenched in the grizzled newspaperman s Southern humor Reading this now, it s a little dated, but his passion and humor come through On the downside, this probably has only regional, nostalgic appeal But if you like down home humor and old fashioned common sense, it s a good read.

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