Fry's America

Fry's America

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Baker & Taylor
A lighthearted assessment of the United States and the American experience by the British humorist traces his interactions with a wide range of colorful locals, from movie moguls in Hollywood and politicians in Washington, D.C., to financial tycoons on Wall Street and leather-clad bikers from the Midwest. 50,000 first printing.

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The UK’s favorite funnyman offers a hilarious and insightful grand tour of these fifty states inStephen Fry in America. In this full-color companion volume to his miniseries on public television, Frylovingly delves into each region and subculture with the spirit of an anthropologist and the wit of a master satirist. The Emmy Award-winning (for his specialThe Secret Life of a Manic Depressive) comedian whom the Guardian (London) dubbed “a treasure of the British Empire,” Fry joins the ranks of other humorists who have previously provided uniquely British takes on contemporary American life—including Michael Palin and Eric Idle of Monty Python—not to mentionNew York Times bestselling expatriate Bill Bryson. Warmhearted, eye-opening, and very, very funnyStephen Fry in America is a journey that is not to be missed.



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The popular British comic celebrity recounts his visits to all fifty of the United States, where he experienced diverse regional cultures ranging from Hollywood and Silicon Valley to Wall Street and the Deep South.

ISBN: 9780061456381

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