Gilbert Keith Chesterton

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Noun1.Gilbert Keith Chesterton - conservative English writer of the Roman Catholic persuasionGilbert Keith Chesterton - conservative English writer of the Roman Catholic persuasion; in addition to volumes of criticism and polemics he wrote detective novels featuring Father Brown (1874-1936)
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Synopsis: Gilbert Keith Chesterton was a rotund man in a cape brandishing a walking stick, a prolific twentieth-century writer, a great champion and defender of the Catholic Christian Faith.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton was born 29 May 1874, in a house in Sheffield Terrace, Camden Hill, London, the first of three children.
(9.) Gilbert Keith Chesterton, The Wild Knight, 4th ed.
Medaille who has written this book to update the distributist theory that had been developed before him by Catholic scholars such as Hilaire Belloc and Gilbert Keith Chesterton. In particular, he is right when he criticizes the abstract and essentially static framework of neoclassic theory and when he points out the need to emphasize the relationship between ethics and economy.
Jaegle and her fellow critics minutely and lovingly analyze the prolific writings of Gilbert Keith Chesterton, an Englishman who once was considered a literary "bear" but whose works, for the longest time, gathered considerable dust on library bookshelves throughout the world.