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Bibliography of G K Chesterton

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G K Chesterton was a prolific writer. Here is a more complete bibliography of his works:

  • Greybeards at Play (poetry) (1900)
  • The Wild Knight and Other Poems (poetry) (1900)
  • The Defendant , London: R. Brimley Johnson (1901)
  • Thomas Carlyle (1902)
  • Robert Louis Stevenson (1902)
  • Twelve Types (1902)
  • Robert Browning (1903)
  • Charles Dickens (1903)
  • Tennyson (1903)
  • Thackeray (1903)
  • Leo Tolstoy (1903)
  • Varied Types (1903)
  • The Napoleon of Notting Hill (novel) (1904)
  • G.F. Watts (1904)
  • The Club of Queer Trades (stories) (1905)
  • Heretics (1905)
  • Charles Dickens (1906)
  • The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare (novel) (1908)
  • Orthodoxy (1908)
  • All Things Considered (1908)
  • George Bernard Shaw (1909)
  • Tremendous Trifles (1909)
  • The Ball and the Cross (novel) (1909)
  • Five Types (essays), selected from Twelve Types. (1910)
  • William Blake (1910)
  • Alarms and Discursions (1910)
  • What's Wrong With the World (1910)
  • Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens (1911)
  • The Ballad of the White Horse (poetry) (1911)
  • The Wit and Wisdom of GK Chesterton (1911)
  • The Innocence of Father Brown (stories) (1911)
  • A Chesterton Calendar. Compiled from the Writings of G.K.C. (Calendar) (1911)
  • Manalive (novel) (1912)
  • A Miscellany of Men (1912)
  • Simplicity and Tolstoy (1912)
  • Magic (play) (1913)
  • The Victorian Age in Literature (1913)
  • The Flying Inn (novel) (1914)
  • The Wisdom of Father Brown (stories) (1914)
  • Trial of John Jasper, Lay Precentor of Cloisterham Cathedral in the County of Kent, for the Murder of Edwin Drood (1914)
  • London (1914)
  • The Barbarism of Berlin (1914)
  • Poems (1915)
  • Wine, Water and Song (poetry) (1915)
  • The Appetite of Tyranny (1915)
  • The Crimes of England (1915)
  • Divorce vs. Democracy (1916)
  • The Book of Job (1916)
  • A Shilling for My Thoughts (1916)
  • Temperance and The Great Alliance (pamphlet) (1916)
  • Utopia of Usurers (1917)
  • Lord Kitchener (1917)
  • A Short History of England (1917)
  • How to Help Annexation (1918)
  • Irish Impressions (1919)
  • The Superstition of Divorce (1920)
  • The Uses of Diversity (1920)
  • The New Jerusalem (1920)
  • The Ballad of St Barbara and Other Poems (poetry) (1922)
  • The Man Who Knew Too Much (stories) (1922)
  • Eugenics and other Evils (1922)
  • What I Saw in America (1922)
  • St Francis of Assisi (1923)
  • Poems (1923)
  • Fancies Versus Fads (essays) (1923)
  • The End of the Roman Road (1924)
  • Tales of The Long Bow (stories) (1925)
  • The Superstitions of the Sceptic (1925)
  • The Everlasting Man (1925)
  • William Cobbett (1925)
  • The Queen of Seven Swords (poetry) (1926)
  • The Outline of Sanity (1926)
  • The Incredulity of Father Brown (stories) (1926)
  • The Catholic Church and Conversion (1926)
  • Collected Works. Nine volumes (1926)
  • Collected Poems (1926)
  • Robert Louis Stevenson (1927)
  • The Secret of Father Brown (stories) (1927)
  • The Return of Don Quixote (novel) (1927)
  • The Judgment of Dr. Johnson (play) (1927)
  • The Collected Poems of G.K. Chesterton (1927)
  • Gloria in Profundis (poetry) (1927)
  • Culture and the Coming Peril (1927)
  • Social Reform vs. Birth Control (1927)
  • Generally Speaking (1928)
  • Do We Agree? (debate) with Shaw, George Bernard (1928)
  • The Sword of Wood (stories) (1928)
  • The Thing: Why I am a Catholic (1929)
  • G.K.C. as M.C (collected introductions), de Fonseka, J.P. (ed. )(1929)
  • Father Brown Omnibus (collected stories) (1929)
  • The Poet and the Lunatics (stories) (1929)
  • Ubi Ecclesia (poetry) (1929)
  • Christmas Poems (1929)
  • New and Collected Poems (1929)
  • Four Faultless Felons (stories), separately in US as The Ecstatic Thief; The Honest Quack; The Loyal Traitor; The Moderate Murderer (1930)
  • The Turkey and the Turk (play for mummers) (1930)
  • The Grave of Arthur (1930)
  • Come to Think of It (1930)
  • The Resurrection of Rome (1930)
  • All is Grist (1931)
  • The Floating Admiral (collaborative detective story) (1931)
  • Chaucer (1932)
  • New Poems (1932)
  • Christendom in Dublin (1932)
  • Sidelights of New London and Newer York (1932)
  • All I Survey (1933)
  • St Thomas Aquinas: The Dumb Ox (1933)
  • Avowals and Denials (1934)
  • GK's: A Miscellany of the First 500 Issues of G. K.'s Weekly (1934)
  • The Well and the Shallows (1935)
  • The Way of the Cross (1935)
  • The Scandal of Father Brown (stories) (1935)
  • Stories, Essays And Poems (1935)
  • Autobiography (1936)
  • As I Was Saying (1936)

Published Posthumously

  • The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond (1937)
  • The Man Who Was Chesterton (anthology) (1937)
  • The Coloured Lands (1938)
  • The End of the Armistice, Sheed, Frank (ed.) (1940)
  • The Pocket Book of Father Brown, (1943) and many other reprint collections, including:
    • (1959), The Second Father Brown,
    • (1961), Ten Adventures of Father Brown,
    • (1981), The Penguin Complete Father Brown,
    • (1983), The Father Brown Omnibus,
    • (1987), The Best of Father Brown,
    • (1989), The Annotated Innocence of Father Brown,
    • (1990), Father Brown Crime Stories,
    • (1996), Father Brown of the Church of Rome.
    • (1950), The Common Man.
    • (1952), The Surprise (play).
    • (1953), A Handful of Authors.
    • (1954), Collected Poems.

for books about G K Chesterton, see GKC bibliography on Wikipedia

Acknowledgments

G K Chesterton on Wikipedia





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