All Things Considered

G. K. Chesterton

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All Things Considered is a book by G. K. Chesterton, first published in 1908. It is a collection of thirty-five essays dealing with various topics such as human nature, current affairs, science, and religion. Chapters include: The Case For The Ephemeral; Cockneys And Their Jokes; The Fallacy Of Success; On Running After One's Hat; The Vote And The House; Conceit And Caricature; Patriotism And Sport; An Essay On Two Cities; French And English; The Zola Controversy; Oxford From Without; Woman; The Modern Martyr; On Political Secrecy; Edward VII. And Scotland; Thoughts Around Koepenick; The Boy; Limericks And Counsels Of Perfection; Anonymity And Further Counsels; On The Cryptic And The Elliptic; The Worship Of The Wealthy; Science And Religion; The Methuselahite; Spiritualism; The Error Of Impartiality; Phonetic Spelling; Humanitarianism And Strength; Wine When It Is Red; Demagogues And Mystagogues; The "Eatanswill Gazette"; Fairy Tales; Tom Jones And Morality; The Maid Of Orleans; A Dead Poet; and, Christmas.

This book has 59,628 words, 97 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1908.

Production notes: This ebook of All Things Considered was published by Global Grey on the 12th July 2018, and updated on the 11th December 2022. The artwork used for the cover is 'Required Reading' by Carl Larsson.

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