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The Complete G.K. Chesterton

by G.K. Chesterton

On this CD you will find in their entirety all four of the only known recordings made by Chesterton at various times in the 1930's. One comes from a newsreel of an awards ceremony at Worcester College, another from a luncheon in Canada honoring Kipling...
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1. Receiving An Award From Worcester College
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2. A Toast to Rudyard Kipling
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3. Essay Extract: the Spices of Life
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4. Essay Extract: Architecture
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G.K. Chesterton was one of the most prolific authors of all-time. He penned nearly one hundred books along with thousands of newspaper articles, mostly for his own paper--GK's Weekly. His wit, intelligence, and grace were seldom matched by his peers. He is best known for his books on the subject of Christian Apologetics such as, The Everlasting Man, a book C.S. Lewis exclaimed as that which helped him most with his own faith. His beloved Father Brown mystery series has been serialized for television many times throughout the years while his novel, The Man Who Was Thursday, is one of those rare books of such extraordinary mystical imagination that no one comes away from it without a renewed sense of awe at the world. G.K. Chesterton was one of the few people ever bestowed the official title of Defender of the Faith by the Catholic Church.


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