G K Chesterton
Chesterton was an English novelist, philosopher, and critic who lived from 1874 to 1936. George Bernard Shaw hailed him as a colossal genius who used wit and humor to make a series of observations on current events. He authored poetry, essays, short tales, and novels throughout his life and is best known for his character Father Brown.
- The Collected Works of G.K. Chesterton, Vol 37: The Illustrated London News, 1935-1936
- The Flying Stars and the Invisible Man
- Tales of the Long Bow
- The Collected Works of G. K. Chesterton: Christendon in Dublin, Irish Impressions, the New Jerusalem, a Short History of England, the Patriotic Idea, Explaining the English, London, What Are (Collecte
- The Donnington Affair Illustrated