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-'''Stanley Chapman''' ([[1925]] - [[2009]]) is a British architect, designer, translator and writer. His interests include [[theatre]] and [[pataphysics]]. He was involved with founding the ''National Theatre'' of [[London]], was a member of [[Oulipo]] of the year [[1960]], founder of the [[Outrapo]] and a member also of the French [[Collège de 'Pataphysique]], president the [[London Institute of 'Pataphysics]] and the [[Lewis Carroll Society]]. His English translation of ''[[Hundred Thousand Billion Poems]]'' was received with "admiring stupefaction" by [[Raymond Queneau]].+[[Stanley Chapman]]'s English translation of ''[[Hundred Thousand Billion Poems]]'' was received with "admiring stupefaction" by [[Raymond Queneau]].
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-==Some Publications==+
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-*''Onze mille verbes, cent virgules'' Temps Mêlés n° 98, Verviers, 1969.+
-*''L’impromptu de Jussieu'' Dourdan, 1998.+
-*''Cosmilidin'' Dourdan, 1998.+
-*''Messaline au Bistrot'' Dragée Haute n°21. 1996. Publié par Noël Arnaud.+
-*''Epopélerinage'' Dragée Haute n°35. 1999. Publié par Noël Arnaud.+
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-==Some translations==+
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-*''Everyone Knows''+
-*''Darwin certainly saw the importance of the earthworm''+
-*''[[Heartsnatcher]]'' by [[Boris Vian]]+
-*''[[Froth on the Daydream]]'' by [[Boris Vian]]+
-*''Liberty or Love'' by [[Robert Desnos]]+
-*'' Camille Renault, 1866-1954, World-Maker.'' by [[Jean Hugues Sainmont]]+
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