Moab is My Washpot

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Arrow, 2004 - Actors - 436 pages
"One of the most poignant, funny, intelligent, frank and horribly addictive books you're likely to read all year."
--"Sunday Telegraph
""Stephen Fry is one of the great originals... This autobiography of his first twenty years is a pleasure to read, mixing outrageous acts with sensible opinions in bewildering confusion... That so much outward charm, self-awareness and intellect should exist alongside behaviour that threatened to ruin the lives of innocent victims, noble parents and Fry himself, gives the book a tragic grandeur and lifts it to classic status."
"--Financial Times"

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User Review  - Fliss88 - LibraryThing

I have twice started this book and twice put it aside - I will not pick it up again. Sorry Stephen Fry, though a fan, I just cannot get into this book of yours. Read full review

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User Review  - antao - LibraryThing

Dear me at 15, 1. The girl you've been obsessing over is a trollop - move on; 2. Pull your trousers up; 3. Don't shave your hair to a number 1, it makes you look ill; 4. Trade your PC in for a mac; Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Stephen Fry is an award-winning comedian, actor, presenter and director. He rose to fame alongside Hugh Laurie in A Bit of Fry and Laurie (which he co-wrote with Laurie) and Jeeves and Wooster, and was unforgettable as General Melchett in Blackadder. He has hosted over 180 episodes of QI, and has narrated all seven of the Harry Potter novels for the audiobook recordings. He is the bestselling author of four novels - The Stars' Tennis Balls, Making History, The Hippopotamus and The Liar - as well as three volumes of autobiography - Moab is My Washpot, The Fry Chronicles and More Fool Me. Mythos and Heroes, his retelling of the Greek myths, are both Sunday Times bestsellers.

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