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George Bernard Shaw: his quarrel with Protestant orthodoxy.

R. D. McKinley

George Bernard Shaw: his quarrel with Protestant orthodoxy.

by R. D. McKinley

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Thesis (M.A.) - University of Toronto, 1966.

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Grace in the Arts: G. Chesterton 69 called nonsense “a kind of exuberant capering round a discovered truth.”11 C. Lewis was once labeled a “paradox-monger.”12 But GKC (before Lewis) was the acknowledged prince of paradox.

He was the youngest son of one George Carr Shaw, who had been a civil servant and was afterwards a somewhat unsuccessful business man. If I had merely said that his family was Protestant (which in Ireland means Puritan) it might have been passed over as a quite colourless detail.

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George Bernard Shaw "He is something of a pagan," said Chesterton of George Bernard Shaw, "and like many other pagans, he is a very fine man." The assessment hints at the complexity of.Preface to the First Edition This book is a commentary on The Ring of the Niblungs, Wagner's chief work.

I offer it to those enthusiastic admirers of Wagner who are unable to follow his ideas, and do not in the least understand the dilemma of Wotan, though they are filled with indignation at the irreverence of the Philistines who frankly avow that they find the remarks of the god too often.CHESTERTON-SHAW DEBATE SPEAKS TO THE PRESENT CRISIS by Fr.

Ian Boyd, C.S.B. WASHINGTON, D.C.-In the Hartke Theatre of the Catholic University of America on Dec. 2nd and 3rd, an unusual entertainment took place as part of a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the founding of and of the G.K. Chesterton Society.