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    G. K. Chesterton was a prolific English writer. His nonfiction covered various topics—ranging from religion, anthropology, and science to art, politics, and literature—while his most famous fictional prose surrounded the priest-detective Father Brown. Renowned for his humor and wit, Chesterton is considered one of the great Christian apologists and cultural critics of the 20th century.

    Publications and Content by G. K. Chesterton