Sobran, M. Joseph
September 1979
National Review;9/14/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 37, p1164
The article focuses on the literary works of English author G.K. Chesterton. Chesterton used to be known as the defender of the Catholic faith. He is also known as the creator of English detective Father Brown. Recently, he was under suspicion as an anti-semite. Father Ian Boyd points out in his book on Chesterton's fiction that Chesterton crusaded not only for Catholicism but for Distributivism.


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