The Nightmare That Wakes Us Up

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G.K. Chesterton had a low opinion of his own abilities as a novelist.  “[M]y real judgment of my own work,” he confessed, “is that I have spoilt a number of jolly good ideas in my time”:

I think The Napoleon of Notting Hill

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