Fb2 As I Was Saying: A Chesterton Reader ePub
by G. K. Chesterton,Robert Knille
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Author:||G. K. Chesterton,Robert Knille|
|Publisher:||W.B. Eerdmans Publishing Company; 1st edition (1985)|
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The problem for those in the second group compiling bits of Chestertonia for novices in the first group is to know how to group them. But even those with well- thumbed GK books lining the library shelves will find this volume a valuable guide to finding (again) that zinger that lies buried in the stacks somewhere (who knows where), and which converted the reader, a former member of the first group, to a true believer. 12 people found this helpful.
Chesterton, G. K. (Gilbert Keith), 1874-1936; Knille, Robert. Lines to a friend apprehensive of a shortage of food in Beaconsfield" ; ". Chesterton" - Religion, morality, theology, heresy: Essay excerpts ; "The outline of liberty" ; " The new case of Catholic schools" ; "Babies and distributism" ; " On man : heir of all the ages" - "If I had only one sermon to preach" - The Father Brown stories: The origin of Father.
As I Was Saying book. ROBERT KNILLE was a lifelong Chesterton enthusiast. George Bernard Shaw called him a colossal genius. About ten years ago he founded the first eastern chapter of the Chesterton Society, and he remained its chairman until shortly before his death in 1983. Knille authored numerous articles on religion and literature as well as a bibliography of . publications about Chesterton.
Robert Knille was an executive from Eastman Kodak in Rochester, New York, but in his spare time, he was Geir .
Robert Knille was an executive from Eastman Kodak in Rochester, New York, but in his spare time, he was Geir Hasnes before there was a Geir Hasnes. He was an passionate collector of Chesterton material who put together a bibliography that had never been done before: all of Chesterton writings in American publications. To that end, his greatest accomplishment was creating the book As I Was Saying – A Chesterton Reader, which was first published in 1984. Although most of the material in the book is previously collected, Knille threw in a sprinkle of quotes and excerpts, long hidden, that appear here for the first time in book form.
ROBERT KNILLE was a lifelong Chesterton enthusiast.
We wish you'd get rid of what you've got here, sir," he observed, digging doggedly. Shrubs " said the Squire, laughing.
How is this book unique? Font adjustments & biography included Unabridged (100% Original content) Illustrated About The Napoleon Of Notting Hill by G. Chesterton The Napoleon of Notting Hill is a novel written by G. Chesterton in 1904, set in a nearly unchanged London in 1984. We wish you'd get rid of what you've got here, sir," he observed, digging doggedly. Nothing'll grow right with them here. You don't call the peacock trees shrubs, do you? Fine tall trees - you ought to be proud of them.
I discovered Chesterton about fifteen years ago and I have been continuing to discover him ever since. One can never get enough of this great man. Claimed by both liberals and conservatives, he defies modern categories just as he defies modern thought
I discovered Chesterton about fifteen years ago and I have been continuing to discover him ever since. Claimed by both liberals and conservatives, he defies modern categories just as he defies modern thought. Along with C. S. Lewis and J. R. Tolkien, G. C. is a pillar of wonder and joy in an age of sarcasm and despair.
As I Was Saying: A Book of Essays. G. Chesterton's stories can be divided into the secular and the religious, but both have several features in common
As I Was Saying: A Book of Essays. Chesterton's stories can be divided into the secular and the religious, but both have several features in common. Both kinds have strong elements of extravagance and fantastic high spirits, tempered by sharp and sudden doses of common sense. He is always aiming to make the familiar appear in its pristine strangeness, to peel away the coarsening layers of habit, so that a weed or a London street or a suburban family may appear romantic and glorious.
K. Chesterton, Robert Knille, G. Chesterton. Chesterton and the Edwardian cultural crisis. Library availability.