The Man Who Was Thursday, a nightmare
by G. K. Chesterton
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 1999
Number of pages: 234
G. K. Chesterton's classic novella tackles anarchy, social order, God, peace, war, religion, human nature, and a few dozen other weight concepts. And somehow he manages to mash it all together into a delightful satire, full of tongue-in-cheek commentary that is still relevant today.
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