K Chesterton: Essential Writings
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G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936) -- critic, novelist, apologist, and general controversialist -- was one of the great Catholic writers of the twentieth century. He brought a distinctive Catholic perspective to history, social concerns, literature, and art -- even to the genre of detective novels in the famous Father Brown mysteries. Chesterton's writing also contains a definite spiritual dimension, displayed not so much in his writing on "spiritual topics" (which he eschewed) as in certain habits of mind and heart. William Griffin is the author and editor of works on C.S. Lewis, Fulton Sheen, and many other topics. A former religion editor for Publisher's Weekly, he lives in Alexandria, Louisiana
Griffin is a prolific author, editor, journalist, and reviewer.