A Miscellany of Men


"Miscellany of Men is Chesterton at his most versatile and vibrant, defending his Creed in dozens of short essays on people and politics. Building upon his Catholic Faith and natural Reason, he battles his chief modern enemies - as Ahlquist's Introduction lists them: "the magic of money, the formlessness of evolution, the dull determinism of modern ideas, and the oppression of any creature made in the image of God.""--BOOK JACKET.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • London
Publication year:
  • 1927
  • 5th


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