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The man who was Chesterton; the best essays, stories, poems, and other writings of G.K. Chesterton.

Author: G K Chesterton
Publisher: Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1970, ©1937]
Series: Essay index reprint series.
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Named Person: Raymond T Bond; Raymond T Bond
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G K Chesterton
ISBN: 0836919084 9780836919080
OCLC Number: 114087
Description: xi, 801 pages 23 cm.
Contents: Essays. from Alarms and discursions. On Gargoyles --
from Tremendous trifles. On lying in bed --
from Alarms and discursions. Cheese --
from Avowals and denials. On the prison of jazz --
from Sidelights. Marriage and the modern mind --
from Tremendous trifles. What I found in my pocket --
from All I survey. On Mr. Thomas Gray --
from All things considered. On running after one's hat --
from Generally speaking. On the Englishman abroad --
from A miscellany of men. The romantic in the rain --
from All things considered. Phonetic spelling --
from Alarms and discursions. The man and his newspaper --
from Generally speaking. On American morals --
from All I survey. On turnpikes and Mediævalism --
from Tremendous trifles. A cab ride across country --
from A miscellany of men. The architect of spears --
from What's wrong with the world. The broken rainbow --
from Fancies versus fads. The meaning of mock turkey --
from Generally speaking. On detective novels --
from Tremendous trifles. The advantages of having one leg --
from Alarms and discursions. The appetite of Earth --
from What's wrong with the world. The fear of the past --
from All things considered. Patriotism and sport ; The Methuselahite --
from Tremendous trifles. The riddle of the ivy --
from Avowals and denials. On dogs with bad names --
from A miscellany of men. The real journalist --
from Geenrally speaking. On architecture --
from Alarms and discursions. The telegraph poles ; The furrows ; The white horses --
from All things considered. Cockneys and their jokes ; The fallacy of success --
from What's wrong with the world. Wisdom and the weather ; The romance of thrift --
from Generally speaking. On the young idea --
from Sidelights. On calling names ; The cowardice of cocktails and other things ; The American ideal --
from Fancies versus fads. Street cries and stretching the law ; The prudery of the feminists. What I saw in America. What is America? --
A meditation in a New York hotel --
A meditation in Broadway --
In the American country --
The future of democracy. Father Brown stories. The invisible man --
The sins of Prince Saradine --
The sign of the broken sword --
The oracle of the dog --
The queer feet. The everlasting man. from The everlasting man. The end of the world ; The strangest story in the world --
from Orthodoxy. The romance of orthodoxy ; The ethics of Elfland ; The flag of the world. A grammar of distributism. from The outline of sanity. The bluff of the big shops ; A misunderstanding about method ; A case in point ; The free man and the Ford car. Tales and short stories. from The poet and the lunatics. The shadow of the shark ; The crime of Gabriel Gale ; The purple jewel --
from The paradoxes of Mr. Pond. The three horsemen. Poems. Lepanto --
The donkey --
The beatific vision --
The praise of dust --
Wine and water --
Ballade d'une grande dame --
A ballade of suicide --
Elegy in a country churchyard --
Sonnet --
The judgment of England --
The world state --
Memory --
To Hilaire Belloc --
The deluge --
The great minimum --
The song of quoodle --
Ecclesiastes --
Eternities --
A Christmas carol --
The house of Christmas. Further essays. The defendant : an introduction from The defendant --
from The defendant. A defence of skeletons ; A defence of publicity ; A defence of nonsence ; A defence of useful information ; A defence of penny dreadfuls ; A defence of ugly things --
from Tremendous trifles. The perfect game --
from Generally speaking. On flags --
from Fancies versus fads. Milton and merry England --
from Alarms and discursions. The garden of the sea --
from A miscellany of men. The wrong incendiary --
from Charles Dickens : a critical study. The Dickens period --
from Sidelights. Bernard Shaw and America ; The case against Main Street ; The case for Main Street --
from Fancies versus fads. The romance of rhyme ; The fear of the film --
from Alarms and discursions. The glory of grey --
from Generally speaking. On maltreating words --
from Fancies versus fads. The terror of a toy --
from Alarms and discursions. The chorus --
from Tremendous trifles. The red angel --
from Sidelights. The unpsychological age --
from Generally speaking. On misunderstanding --
from Fancies versus fads. False theory and the theatre --
from Tremendous trifles. The shop of ghosts --
from Alarms and discursions. The nightmare --
from What's wrong with the world. The coldness of Chloe --
from Alarms and discursions. A romance of the marshes --
from Sidelights. On keeping your hair on --
from Generally speaking. On aids to golf --
from A miscellany of men. The elf of Japan --
from All things considered. Woman --
from Avowals and denials. On the new prudery --
from Fancies versus fads. Strikes and the spirit of wonder --
from What's wrong with the world. The insane necessity ; Wanted, an unpractical man --
from Fancies versus fads. The secret society of mankind ; The sentimentalism of divorce.
Series Title: Essay index reprint series.
Responsibility: Compiled and edited by Raymond T. Bond.

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