SELECTED WORKS OF G. K. CHESTERTON


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SELECTED WORKS OF G. K. CHESTERTON

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G. K. Chesterton was born in London in 1874. He went to St Paul's School and then on to the Slade School of Art. Despite a chaotic life-style this was the genius who wrote 'The Everlasting Man', a book which led a young atheist named C. S. Lewis to become a Christian; 'The Napoleon of Notting Hill', a novel which inspired Michael Collins to lead a movement for Irish Independence; an essay in the Illustrated London News that inspired Mahatma Gandhi to lead a movement to end British colonial rule in India. He wrote countless books, poems, plays, novels and short stories - most famously those about his creation, the priest-detective Father Brown. 1482pp. Paperback.
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ISBN 9781840220810
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