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Best of The Chap

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For 20 years, satirical gentlemen’s quarterly The Chap has been providing chaps all over the world with crucial advice on sartorial rectitude and anarcho-dandyist etiquette. Best of The Chap brings together in one volume all the features from the last 100 issues that have defined the publication’s manifesto. Best of The Chap includes features from the earliest editions, when The Chap was a slim pamphlet taken by a discreet handful of dissolute dandies, such as The Semiotics of Smoking, Gentlemanly Ailments and Trouser Semaphore. As the popularity of the publication grew, so did the breadth of its content, with features…

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Stephen Fry

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Actor, author, director, playwright, linguaphile, polymath, son of an inventor, educated at Queens College, Cambridge, and (ye Gods) almost born American, Stephen Fry has come to represent everything that is wry, cultured, warm-hearted and grammatically correct about the British chap. For the majority of the last three decades, ever since first appearing on University Challenge, The Cellar Tapes and There’s Nothing To Worry About (later titled Alfresco) in the 1980s, Mr. Fry has been there to enunciate, entertain and educate our great nation. Picking a career highlight is tricky. There was his marvellous sketch show (co-written with fellow Cambridge Footlight…

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