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Stanley Chapman (15 September 1925 – 26 May 2009) was a British architect, designer, translator and writer. His interests included 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, the London Institute of 'Pataphysics and the Lewis Carroll Society. In the early 1950s he contributed poems and designed covers for the literary magazines Listen and Stand and contributed translations to Chanticleer[disambiguation needed]. His English translation of A Hundred Thousand Billion Poems was received with "admiring stupefaction" by Raymond Queneau.
- 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.
- Everyone Knows by Raymond Queneau
- Darwin certainly saw the importance of the earthworm by Raymond Queneau
- Heartsnatcher by Boris Vian
- Froth on the Daydream by Boris Vian
- Autumn in Pekin by Boris Vian (unpublished)
- Liberty or Love by Robert Desnos
- Camille Renault, 1866-1954, World-Maker. by Jean Hugues Sainmont
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