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Gilbert Keith Chesterton

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Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936). English writer. ~ Biography ~ Works on Wikisource
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Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936). Escritor inglés. ~ Biografía
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Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936). Écrivain anglais. ~ Biographie ~ Œuvres sur Wikisource


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Гилберт Кийт Честертон (1874–1936). Ги́лберт Кийт Че́стертон — английский христианский мыслитель, журналист и писатель конца XIX — начала XX веков. ~ Биография ~ Произведения в Викитеке


Contents

Works

For pre-1923 works, see Gilbert Keith Chesterton on Wikisource.

Novels

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Short Stories

Father Brown

Plays

Non-fiction

Illustrated London News (1905-1934)
1923
  • January 6: The Effort of Distinction
  • January 13: Outlines of History
  • January 20: Real Crimes and Imaginary Mysteries
  • January 27: Remembering Frederic Harrison
  • February 3: The Future of Commercial Empires
  • February 10: A Proper View of Machines
  • February 17: The New Interest in Things Egyptian
  • February 24: Arguing with the Bolshevists
  • March 3: The Bolshevist and the Primitive Man
  • March 10: Looking at Byzantine Art
  • March 17: Science and Common Sense
  • March 24: Lady Astor and Prohibition
  • March 31: Capitalism and Real Ownership
  • April 7: Principles, Mediaeval and Modern
  • April 14: Progress and the Progressives
  • April 21: The Independence of Women
  • May 5: Looking back at the Great War
  • May 12: Capitalism and Industrial Deadlock
  • May 19: The Self-Consciousness of Americans
  • May 26: Mediaeval Robber Barons and Other Myths
  • June 2: More Myths, Mediaeval and Victorian
  • June 9: The Real Problem with Religious Toleration
  • June 23: Three Ways of Writing History
  • June 30: The Family and the Servant Problem
  • Ju|y 7: On Miracles and Agnosticism
  • July 14: The Leisure State and the Liberty State
  • July 21: The Complexities of History
  • July 28: The Old-Fashioned and the New-Fangled
  • August 4: Caricatures of Our Politicians
  • August 11: Where Are the Old Party Principles?
  • August 18: Piling up Pleasures
  • August 25: Native Climates and National Character
  • September 1: Pessimism about Current Tendencies
  • September 8: The Legends of Merlin
  • September 15: The Modem Longing for Slavery
  • September 22: Stevenson vs. Poe
  • September 29: Music, Digestion and Modern Philosophy
  • October 6: English Insularity and the British Empire
  • October 13: The English Buddhist
  • October 20: The Logic of Unbelief
  • October 27: Reading Legends and Fairy-Tales
  • November 3: On Neighbors and Nations
  • November 10: What Is Necessary? And to What?
  • November 17: Prohibition and Other Crazy Experiments
  • November 24: On American Lawlessness
  • December 1: Lord Birkenheades Attack on Idealism
  • December 8: Mr. Archer’s Defense of Darwinsim
  • December 15: The Revival of French Royalism
  • December 22: Certain Incongruities at Christmas
  • December 29: The Spirit of Revenge and the Spirit of Aggression
1924
  • January 5: Socialism and the Real Distribution of Property
  • January 12: Reading the Myths Correctly
  • January 19: Christianity in the Great War
  • January 26: Trying to Know the Savage
  • February 2: The Strangeness of America
  • February 9: Charles I as Socialist Martyr
  • February 16: The Real Nature of Property (Again)
  • February 23: Psychology and the Human Will
  • March 1: Becoming Like America
  • March 8: The Persecution of Religion
  • March 15: Finding the Typical Englishman
  • March 22: On Being Impartial
  • March 29: Modern Drama and Old Conventions
  • April 5: The New Pacifists
  • April 12: St. Joan and the Nation
  • April 19: The Blunders of Our Parties
  • April 26: The American Vendetta against Darwinism
  • May 3: Mr. Edison’s New Argument from Design
  • May 10: The European Heritage of Africa
  • May 17: Satirizing the Great War
  • May 24: The Englishman as Spectator
  • May 31: Progress and Proportion
  • June 7: Mussolini and Parliamentarianism
  • June 14: What I Love about the Past
  • June 21: Politics and Ordinary Civic Courage
  • June 28: The Praise of Novelty
  • July 5: Small Property and Popular Government
  • July 12: The Mystery of the Peasant
  • July 19: The Message of Architecture
  • July 26: The Peasant and Proletarian Education
  • August 2: America in a Rut
  • August 9: The Wisdom of the Ignorant
  • August 16: Two Kinds of Rebellion
  • August 23: The Irish Free State
  • August 30: England and the Scots
  • September 6: Irish Politics and Irish Religion
  • September 13: The Ku Klux Klan and American Conservatism
  • September 20: The Leopold-Loeb Case
  • September 27: An Argument for Nationalism
  • October 4: On Old and New Civilizations
  • October 11: A Hope for the Decline of Civilization
  • October 18: On Heroes and History
  • October 25: The Servile State
  • November 1: News from the Spirit World
  • November 8: Eliminating the Class without Property
  • November 15: More on the Servile State
  • November 22: Radio and the Theatre
  • November 20: The Campaign against Socialism
  • December 6: The Possibility of the Guild
  • December 13: The Imagination of the Renaissance
  • December 20: Spilt Democracy
  • December 27: The Impact of the Crusades
1925
  • January 3: Christmas and Other Occasions
  • January 10: Shakespeare in Modern Dress
  • January 17: Our Antediluvian Journalism
  • January 24: The Average of Mankind, Then and Now
  • January 31: The Spirit of the Eighteenth Century
  • February 7: The Paradox of Spiritualism
  • February 14: The Finality of Architecture

Biographies

Poetry

Russian translations

Сборники рассказов


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