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  1. On the theme of gluing misadventures, one of the most representative examples of Flann O’Brien’s unlikely ‘Keats & Chapman’ anecdotes concerns a mischievous schoolboy who, after an unfortunate mishap with a jar of particularly gooey honey, becomes bonded to the academic gown of his snooty headmaster. Chapman, usually the worldweary sage in these stories, observes the incident and cannot resist remarking: “I admire a boy who sticks to his principals.”

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