G. K. Chesterton has been described as one of the most unjustly neglected writers of our time. Born in 1874, he became a journalist and later began writing books and pamphlets. Perhaps best known for his popular Father Brown stories, his work includes novels, literary and social criticism, political papers and spiritual essays. Chesterton is one of the few authors who are genuinely timeless and whose work has as much relevance today as when it was written.
Robert Giddings is a literary critic and broadcaster who regularly writes for publications including the Tribune and the Dickensian. He is the author of A Student's Guide to Charles Dickens, and co-author with Keith Selby of The Classic Serial on Television and Radio.
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