G. K. Chesterton wrote books of essays, poetry, criticism, drama, and lay theology. C. S. Lewis was profoundly affected by Chesterton’s The Everlasting Man, and it would be difficult to calculate Chesterton’s obvious inspiration in the works and lives of both Lewis and Tolkien.
Because Chesterton was promoted to glory in 1936, nearly everything published in his name is out of copyright, and you can get a vast quantity of them for free in almost any digital format you want.
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