The Chesterton Society of Atlanta

Resources for GKC books we've read and discussed in the past

Lepanto

On August 31, 2005 we read aloud and discussed Chesterton's 143-line narrative poem Lepanto.

Lepanto can be also found in several collections of Chesterton's poems.

From October 2005 to May 2006, we discussed The Everlasting Man, Chesterton's popular history of the world from a Christian perspective.

From June 2006 to June 2007 we discussed What's Wrong with the World.

In late 2007 we read and discussed the greater part of Chesterton's madcap philosophical novel Manalive. We lost access to our meeting place and after some unsuccessful attempts to find another, went on hiatus for a couple of years.


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