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    A highly entertaining and insightful compilation of musings on a wide variety of topics All Things Considered sometimes seems time bound I am not always familiar with the people and events to which Chesterton is referring but is of

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    A turkey is occult and awful than all the angels and archangels In so far as God has partly revealed to us an angelic world he has partly told us what an angel means But God has never told us what a turkey means And if you go and stare at a live turkey for an hour or two you will find by the end of it that the enigma has rather i

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    This was a highly entertaining read While much of it had to do with the issues of Chesterton's day his insight in

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    ENGLISH A collection of press articles written by Chesterton and published as a book in 1908 His invectives about the press are still as applicable today as they were over one century ago This book is filled with Chestertonian wit and paradoxes Among its many uotable uotes I have selected just three An inconvenience is only an adventure wrongly considered; an adventure is an inconvenience rightly considered A great class

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    Every time I read a book by Chesterton I come away with a ton of uotes that I just want to memorise This book is no exception All Things Considered is a collection of Chesterton's essays for London Daily News and covers a wide variety of topics Some of the topics are light hearted for example when he talks about canvassi

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    If I were to rate this based on how often I actually agreed with Chesterton this would probably get a two Chesterton is an English Christian apologist from the early 1900s; I am very much none of those things and I'm a feminist to bootLuckily I can enjoy essays without agreeing with them Chesterton is damned hilarious while also be

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    Physics you can take back your Diracs and your Einsteins I raise you Chesterton the maddest genius of his day

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    I literally LOL'd multiple times Loved this collection of essays

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    GK Chesterton was I think right about a good many things But there is one thing that I think he most certainly got wrong It comes to us at the end of the first essay in this book He says of his book All things Considered Brief as is the career of such a book as this it may last just twenty minutes longer than most of the p

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    A collection of essays about odds and ends of the era His first essay is on the empheral and how insignificant the essays all are and

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All Things Considered features than thirty columns that GK Chesterton wrote for the London Daily News in the years before World War I Covering a var A highly entertaining and insightful compilation of musings on a wide variety of topics All Things Considered sometimes seems time bound I am not always familiar with the people and events to which Chesterton is referring but is often oddly a propos of the current moment For example Chesterton is not speaking of the War on Terror when he discusses why we should not fight our enemies with their own weapons of torture but he could be He is not speaking of modern American politics when he discusses the lack of truthfulness that undergirds the party system but he might as well be When he writes of modern journalism in England in the early 20th century he could just as well be writing of modern journalism in America in the early 21st century The collection which consists of just over thirty columns he wrote for the London Daily News is of varying uality but the parts that were good were so good that I must give the compilation five stars Even when Chesterton is being a chauvinist of either the male or Eurocentric variety I cannot help but like him There is something perpetually affable about his writing I laughed out loud at a rate of at least once per ten pages and I am not a reader who often does so out loud at least And I highlighted far lines than I can reasonably add to my favorite uotes I was once asked in a scholarship interview whom I would wish to meet if I could meet any person living or dead I found myself stuttering for an answer My first and uite conventional thought was Jesus but I did not want to come off as a religious freak so after some stammering I settled instead uite spontaneously fordrum roll pleaseJohn the Baptist Yes the wild haired locust eating prophet hollering John the BaptistYeahI didn t get that scholarship Unfortunately I had not read Chesterton in high school Today I m uite certain what my answer would be And I really do wish I could sit down to a glass of port wine with the man Love is Blind lack of truthfulness that undergirds the party system but he might as well be When he writes of modern journalism in England in the early 20th century he could just as well be writing of modern journalism in America in the early 21st century The collection which consists of just over thirty columns he wrote for the London Daily News is of varying uality but the parts that were good were so good that I must give the compilation five stars Even when Chesterton is being a chauvinist of either the male or Eurocentric variety I cannot help but Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia like him There is something perpetually affable about his writing I Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch laughed out Catching Fire least once per ten pages and I am not a reader who often does so out The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) loud at The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, least And I highlighted far Incubus lines than I can reasonably add to my favorite uotes I was once asked in a scholarship interview whom I would wish to meet if I could meet any person The Sharpe Companion The Early Years living or dead I found myself stuttering for an answer My first and uite conventional thought was Jesus but I did not want to come off as a religious freak so after some stammering I settled instead uite spontaneously fordrum roll pleaseJohn the Baptist Yes the wild haired Tantra y salchicha. La vía sabrosa al sexo sagrado locust eating prophet hollering John the BaptistYeahI didn t get that scholarship Unfortunately I had not read Chesterton in high school Today I m uite certain what my answer would be And I really do wish I could sit down to a glass of port wine with the man

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Iety of themes each is written with the same high uality that readers have come to expect of Chesterton In an essay on canvassing Chesterton ponders If I were to rate this based on how often I actually agreed with Chesterton this would probably get a two Chesterton is an English Christian apologist from the early 1900s I am very much none of those things and I m a feminist to bootLuckily I can enjoy essays without agreeing with them Chesterton is damned hilarious while also being at times uite compelling The man has an excellent turn of phrase he s sharp and I think that I would very much like to rant and argue with this man over beers He makes you laugh and he makes you think and that s worth having around