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conservative English writer of the Roman Catholic persuasion

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It was PG Wodehouse who wrote that a particular noise had the distinctive oral qualities of "Mr GK Chesterton falling onto a sheet of tin."
Sixty years ago, the English writer GK Chesterton wrote, `If an Englishman has understood a Frenchman, he has understood the most foreign of foreigners.
*** On the home front, the brother of the writer GK Chesterton, gave a lecture at St Mary's school room, Irvine Place, Stirling.
FATHER BROWN DRAMA, 9pm MARK WILLIAMS is the sleuthing cleric in this mystery series based on GK Chesterton's stories.
Based very loosely on GK Chesterton's stories, it's an oasis of Sunday-night quality drama in the day-time and with all 10 episodes being screened Monday to Fridays over the next two weeks, it's what Series Link was invented for.
Chesterton started in 1805 when Charles Chesterton, an uncle of the writer GK Chesterton, founded a small estate agency in what was then rural Kensington.
Named after a poem by GK Chesterton, it was one of the original funky pub eateries - a genre that has since taken over large parts of the capital's trendier quarters to the dismay of traditional pub folk.
THE intriguing writer and intellectual GK Chesterton commented that "the world shall perish not for lack of wonders, but for lack of wonder".
Then Butterflies came up and I became famous for 10 years." It was a play he had written - a version of GK Chesterton's Father Brown - which took him to Bill Kenwright's door last year..
GK Chesterton wrote: 'Men who begin by boasting that they have cast away all dogmas go on to be incessantly, imprudently and quite irrationally dogmatic.