The Collected Works of G. K. Chesterton
Vol. 36: The Illustrated London News, 1932–1934
Ignatius Press, 2011
(611 pages, $29.95, paperback)
reviewed by John C. "Chuck" Chalberg
Writers as prolific as G. K. Chesterton will inevitably be accused of repeating themselves, or of having nothing new to say, which may not be the same thing. Chesterton's response to either charge was to laugh and plead guilty. His jovial reply reflected his wonderful ability to combine strong conviction . . .
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