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A hilarious collection of the many articles written by Stephen Fry for magazines, newspapers, and radio. It includes selected wireless essays of Donald Trefusis, the ageing professor of philology brought to life in Fry's novel The Liar, and the best of Fry's weekly column for the Daily Telegraph.

©1992 Stephen Fry (P)2012 Random House Audiobooks

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  • Shakkers
  • 02-07-16

Worth its Paperweight in gold!

Stephen Fry leads one gently through a delicious menu of his views on late 20th century British tastes and trends.... Every sumptuous bite tastes quite simply delicious no matter how many times one feasts at his warm and friendly table. Phew....Milton Schulman I definitely am not!!

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  • Jerry
  • 10-25-15

Worthy of the master

Again worthy of the master not a story, but nevertheless enjoyable, even more so with the master himself reading it.

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  • Robert
  • 09-24-18

Well, it's Stephen Fry, isn't it

if you're considering this, it's probably because you like SF's cerebral yet childish humour & you will therfore enjoy