The Uses of Diversity: A Book of Essays
1921. G.K. Chesterton was a journalist, poet, novelist, playwright, debater, and Catholic apologist in the early twentieth century. Contents: On Seriousness; Lamp-Posts; The Spirits; Tennyson; The Domesticity of Detectives; George Meredith; The Irishman; Ireland and the Domestic Drama; The Japanese; Christian Science; The Lawlessness of Lawyers; Our Latin Relations; On Pigs as Pets; The Romance of Rostand; Wishes; The Futurists; The Evolution of Emma; The Pseudo-Scientific Books; The Humour of King Herod; The Silver Goblets; The Duty of the Historian Questions of Divorce; Mormonism; Pageants and Dress; On Stage Costume; The Yule Log and the Democrat; More Thoughts on Christmas; Dickens Again; Taffy; Ego et Shavius Meus; The Plan for a New Universe; George Wyndham; Four Stupidities; On Historical Novels; and On Monsters. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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