A MISCELLANY OF MEN

BY

G. K. CHESTERTON

FIFTH EDITION

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Contents viii
  • A Miscellany of Men 1
  • The Thing 8
  • The Man Who Thinks Backwards 14
  • The Nameless Man 22
  • The Gardener and the Guinea 30
  • The Voter and the Two Voices 37
  • The Mad Official 46
  • The Enchanted Man 53
  • The Sun Worshipper 60
  • The Wrong Incendiary 70
  • The Free Man 77
  • The Hypothetical Householder 83
  • The Priest of Spring 90
  • The Real Journalist 99
  • The Sentimental Scot 108
  • The Sectarian of Society 114
  • The Fool 121
  • The Conscript and the Crisis 129
  • The Miser and His Friends 138
  • The Mystagogue 145
  • The Red Reactionary 152
  • The Separatist and Sacred Things 159
  • The Mummer 167
  • The Aristocratic 'Arry 174
  • The New Theologian 181
  • The Romantic in the Rain 190
  • The False Photographer 196
  • The Sultan 202
  • The Architect of Spears 208
  • The Man on Top 214
  • The Other Kind of Man 221
  • The Mediæval Villain 228
  • The Divine Detective 235
  • The Elf of Japan 241
  • The Chartered Libertine 247
  • The Contented Man 254
  • The Angry Author: His Farewell 261
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