Synopses & Reviews
Over the years, when not wearing his acting, television or novelist trousers, Stephen Fry has written many articles for magazines, newspapers and radio. Collected together in this excellent volume, the reader will find the print debut of Professor Donald Trefusis; a previously undiscovered Sherlock Holmes mystery; discourses on the subjects of piles and critics, and many more witty and incisive articles from the pages of the Listener and the Daily Telegraph.
Reissue with new cover.
"Appallingly funny." — Daily Telegraph
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 aging professor of philosophy brought to life in Fry's novel The Liar, and the best of Fry's weekly column for the Daily Telegraph.
About the Author
As well as being the bestselling author of four novels, The Stars' Tennis Balls, Making History, The Hippopotamus and The Liar, and the first volume of his autobiography, Moab is My Washpot, STEPHEN FRY has played Peter in Peter's Friends, Wilde in the film Wilde, Jeeves in the television series Jeeves & Wooster and (a closely guarded show-business secret, this) Laurie in the television series Fry & Laurie.