In honor of the anniversary of his death, I reproduce for you here G. K. Chestertons marvelous essay, Cheese. I have taken the text from G. K. Chesterton Daily. MY forthcoming work in five volumes, The Neglect of Cheese in European Literature, is a work of such unprecedented and laborious detail that it is doubtful if I shall live to G.
K. Chesterton was born in London into a middleclass family on May 29, 1874. He studied at University College and the Slade School of Art ( ). Around 1893 he had gone through a crisis of skepticism and depression and during this period he experimented with the Ouija board and grew fascinated with diabolism. A fictionalised GK Chesterton is the central character in the G K Chesterton Mystery series, a series of detective novels written by Australian Kel Richards, and published by Riveroak Publishing.
by G. K. Chesterton Published in Alarms and Discursions' (1910) My forthcoming work in five volumes, The Neglect of Cheese in European Literature, ' is a work of such unprecedented and laborious detail that it is doubtful whether I shall live to finish it.
Check out the best, the funniest, the most profound and insightful quotations of the English writer, G. K. Chesterton. The Poet and the Cheese. There is something creepy in the flat Eastern Counties; a brush of the white feather. There is a stillness, which is rather of the mind than of G. K. Chesterton Home Page. Provides information and resources about Gilbert Keith Chesterton. Includes some pictures and etext copies of Cuddeback, John, Ph.
D. Dr. John Cuddeback received a Ph. D. in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America in 1997. He writes and lectures on various topics, including virtue, culture, natural law, contemplation, and friendship.