Here is a special two-in-one book that is both by G.K. Chesterton and about Chesterton. This volume offers an irresistible opportunity to see who this remarkable man really was. Chesterton was one of the most stimulating and well-loved writers of the 20th century. His 100 books, and hundreds of essays and columns on a great [...]
In Catholic Literary Giants, Joseph Pearce takes the reader on a dazzling tour of the creative landscape of Catholic prose and poetry. Covering the vast and impressive terrain from Dante to Tolkien, from Shakespeare to Waugh, this book is an immersion into the spiritual depths of the Catholic literary tradition with one of today's premier [...]
Volume I of the Collected Works includes the classics Heretics and Orthodoxy, along with Chesterton's The Blatchford Controversies.
Volume II of the Collected Works includes St. Francis of Assisi, The Everlasting Man, and St. Thomas Aquinas.
Volume III of the Collected Works includes Where All Roads Lead, The Catholic Church and Conversion, The Thing, Why I am a Catholic, The Well and the Shallows, and The Way of the Cross.
Volume IV includes What's Wrong with the World, The Superstition or Divorce, Eugenics and Other Evils, Divorce vs. Democracy, and Social Reform vs. Birth Control.
Volume V of the Collected Works includes The Outline of Sanity, The Appetite of Tyranny, The Crimes of England, Lord Kitchener, Utopia of Usurers, How to Help Annexation, and The End of Armistice.
Volume VI of the Collected Works includes The Napoleon of Notting Hill, The Man Who Was Thursday, and The Club of Queer Trades.
Volume VII of the Collected Works includes The Ball and the Cross, Manalive, and The Flying Inn.
Volume VIII of the Collected Works includes The Man Who Knew Too Much, Tales of the Long Bow, and The Return of Don Quixote.
Volume X Part II of the Collected Works contains the second of three books dedicated to Chesterton's poetry.
Volume X Part III of the Collected Works contains the third of three books dedicated to Chesterton's poetry.