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G.K. Chesterton

a most ingenious paradox

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Chesterton is an author of amazing breadth, and when I read him I seldom fail to learn to see something familiar in a new and strange way. In addition, he speaks volumes of common sense on topics better known for uncommon nonsense.

I can't hope to introduce him properly here; read the reviews below, and if you want to know more, then hie thee to the pages of the American Chesterton Society.

Here are some of Chesterton's books:

The Complete Father Brown
The Man Who Was Thursday
The Everlasting Man
Reviews: 1 July 2004
St. Thomas Aquinas
Reviews: 1 October 1998, 1 May 2004
Reviews: 1 September 1998
The Club of Queer Trades
Reviews: 1 January 1998
Four Faultless Felons
Reviews: 1 January 1998
The Napoleon of Notting Hill
Reviews: 1 February 1998
The Man Who Knew Too Much
Reviews: 1 May 1999
The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond
Reviews: 1 July 2000
The Ball and the Cross
Reviews: 1 August 2000

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