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Michael Potemra writes:
Stephen Fry’s new volume of memoirs, The Fry Chronicles: An Autobiography, is a delightful account of the legendary British comedian/actor’s years at Cambridge, and his first years in show business. Even his occasional overwriting is so quickly followed by witty self-deprecation that he never loses the reader’s sympathy and interest. To read this book is to fall in love (perhaps not for the first time) with its subjects: one of the world’s greatest universities, and the British comic tradition. Strongly recommended.