I meant to post this a long time ago, and while thinking about what I might post while I was at the Chesterton Conference this week, I remembered Bill McClellan’s superb essay last fall, that sounded very Chestertonian to me. What makes it Chestertonian? Wit and references to popular culture in service of making a serious point. And a Chestertonian point at that.
The story by Tim O’Neill that McClellan references may be found here. We’re told what Gudge thought of Hudge in this case. What might Jones think of it?
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