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The G.K. Chesterton Library

Gilbert Chesterton, a popular man of letters, was a journalist, poet, artist, traveller, novelist, and a philosopher who died in 1936.

One of the best – and most amusing – writers and thinkers of the twentieth century, he and one of the strongest defender of the ideas on which Western civilization had been founded.

Chesterton’s writing exudes clarity and joy. His writings are characterised by and proclaim the secret of lasting happiness, the responsibility of freedom, and the joyful duty of thanksgiving and praise.


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