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G.K. Chesterton

Life: 1874-1936

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The Trees of Pride, [en]

The Wild Knight and Other Poems, [en] 1900

The Defendant, [en] 1901

Twelve Types, [en] 1902

Robert Browning, [en] 1903

The Napoleon of Notting Hill, [en] 1904

Varied Types, [en] 1905

The Club of Queer Trades, [en] 1905

Heretics, [en] 1905

Charles Dickens
Part One, [en] 1906

Charles Dickens
Part Two, [en] 1906

The Man Who Was Thursday
A Nightmare, [en] 1907

Orthodoxy, [en] 1908

The Ball and The Cross, [en] 1909

Tremendous Trifles , [en] 1909

George Bernard Shaw, [en] 1909

Alarms and Discursions, [en] 1910

What's Wrong With The World, [en] 1910

Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens, [en] 1911

The Ballad of the White Horse, [en] 1911

The Innocence of Father Brown, [en] 1911

The Absence of Mr. Glass, [en] 1912

Manalive, [en] 1912

A Miscellany of Men, [en] 1912

The Victorian Age in Literature, [en] 1913

Magic
A Fantastic Comedy, [en] 1913

The Flying Inn, [en] 1914

The Barbarism of Berlin, [en] 1914

The Wisdom of Father Brown, [en] 1914

All Things Considered, [en] 1915

The Crimes of England, [en] 1915

The Appetite of Tyranny
Including Letters to an Old Garibaldian, [en] 1915

Wine, Water and Song, [en] 1915

Hilaire Belloc
The Man and His Work, [en] 1916

Poems, [en] 1916

Utopia of Usurers
and other Essays, [en] 1917

Lord Kitchener, [en] 1917

A Short History of England, [en] 1917

Irish Impressions, [en] 1919

The Superstition of Divorce, [en] 1920

The New Jerusalem, [en] 1920

Eugenics and Other Evils, [en] 1922

What I Saw in America, [en] 1922

The Ballad of St. Barbara
And Other Verses, [en] 1922

The Man Who Knew Too Much, [en] 1922

St Francis, [en] 1923

Robert Louis Stevenson, [en] 1927

The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond, [en] 1937

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