Ten years in the making. Actually, one hundred years in the making. When Chesterton was taking the literary world by storm this anonymously published book appeared that offered unique insights into the popular writer. Several months later it was revealed that the author of this book was none other than G.K.’s younger brother Cecil. This new edition of G.K. Chesterton, A Criticism includes a tribute that Chesterton wrote to Cecil (who died in WWI), articles by H.G. Wells and George Bernard Shaw and A.G. Gardiner (Chesterton’s editor at the Daily News), and best of all, an introduction by the late Brocard Sewell, who knew Chesterton, and a foreword by Aidan Mackey. This book is a treasure.