The sharp wit of a free-thinking Mormon folk hero In The J. Golden Kimball Stories, beloved and iconoclastic Mormon humorist J. Golden Kimball (1853-1938) speaks on death, marriage, love, hell, God, and everything in between. Compiled by Eric A. Eliason from previously unpublished archival resources, this collection of stories, anecdotes, and jokes captures the irreverent comedy and independent thinking that made Kimball so beloved both in and out of his Mormon community. Arranged thematically and framed by short contextual introductions, each chapter presents a colorful portrait of Kimball on topics including tricks, cussing, ministering, chastising, and repentance. A comprehensive introductory essay places Kimball in the context of Mormon history and folklore scholarship.Atlanta: Repairer Publishing Co., 2000. http://wesley.nnu.edu/wesleyctr/ books/ 1801-1900/HDM1855.PDF. May, Henry F. The End of American Innocence: A Study of the First Years of ... New York: Schocken Books, 1973. ... Jr. and Zane Miller.
|Title||:||The J. Golden Kimball Stories|
|Author||:||Eric Alden Eliason|
|Publisher||:||University of Illinois Press - 2007|