G. K. Chesterton bibliography

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This is a list of books written by G. K. Chesterton.

1900–1909[edit]

  • Chesterton, Gilbert Keith (1900), Greybeards at Play (poetry), London: R. Brimley Johnson.
  • ——— (1900), The Wild Knight and Other Poems (poetry).
  • ——— (1901), The Defendant, London: R. Brimley Johnson – via Wikisource.
  • ———; Williams, J.E. Hodder (1902), Thomas Carlyle, London: Hodder and Stoughton.
  • ——— (1902), Twelve Types, London: Arthur L. Humphreys.
  • ——— (1903), Robert Browning, London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd..
  • ———; Kitton, F.G. (1903), Charles Dickens: with Numerous Illustrations, London: Hodder and Stoughton.
  • ———; Garnett, Richard (1903), Tennyson, London: Hodder and Stoughton.
  • ———; Melville, Lewis (1903), Thackeray, London: Hodder and Stoughton.
  • ———; Perris, G.H.; Garnett, Edward (1903), Leo Tolstoy, London: Hodder and Stoughton.
  • ——— (1903), Varied Types, New York: Dodd, Mead, and Company.
  • ——— (1904), The Napoleon of Notting Hill (novel), London & New York: John Lane: The Bodley Head.
  • ——— (1904), G.F. Watts, London: Duckworth & Co..
  • ——— (1905), The Club of Queer Trades (stories), New York & London: Harper & Brothers.
  • ——— (1905), Heretics, London: John Lane: The Bodley Head.
  • ——— (1906), Charles Dickens.
  • ——— (1908), The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare (novel), New York: Dodd, Mead and Company.
  • ——— (1908), Orthodoxy, London: Bodley Head.
  • ——— (1908), All Things Considered, London: Methuen & Co. – via Wikisource.
  • ——— (1909), George Bernard Shaw, New York: John Lane Company.
  • ——— (1909), Tremendous Trifles, London: Methuen & Co..
  • ——— (1909), The Ball and the Cross (novel), London: Wells Gardner, Darton & Co., Ltd. – via Wikisource.

1910–1919[edit]

  • Chesterton, Gilbert Keith (1910), Five Types (essays), selected from Twelve Types.
  • ——— (1910), William Blake.
  • ——— (1910), Alarms and Discursions.
  • ——— (1910), What's Wrong With the World.
  • ——— (1911), 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).
  • ——— (1912), Manalive (novel).
  • ——— (1912), A Miscellany of Men.
  • ——— (1912), Simplicity and Tolstoy.
  • ——— (1913), Magic (play).
  • ——— (1913), The Victorian Age in Literature.
  • ——— (1914), 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.
  • ——— (1915), Poems.
  • ——— (1915), Wine, Water and Song (poetry) – via Project Gutenberg.
  • ——— (1915), The Appetite of Tyranny.
  • ——— (1915), The Crimes of England.
  • ——— (1916), Divorce vs. Democracy.
  • ——— (1916), The Book of Job.
  • ——— (1916), A Shilling for My Thoughts.
  • ——— (1916), Temperance and The Great Alliance (pamphlet).
  • ——— (1917), Utopia of Usurers.
  • ——— (1917), Lord Kitchener.
  • ——— (1917), A Short History of England.
  • ——— (1918), How to Help Annexation.
  • ——— (1919), Irish Impressions.

1920–1929[edit]

  • Chesterton, Gilbert Keith (1920), The Superstition of Divorce.
  • ——— (1920), The Uses of Diversity.
  • ——— (1920), The New Jerusalem.
  • ——— (1922), 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.
  • ——— (1923), St. Francis of Assisi.
  • ——— (1923), Poems.
  • ——— (1923), Fancies Versus Fads (essays).
  • ——— (1924), The End of the Roman Road.
  • ——— (1925), Tales of The Long Bow (stories).
  • ——— (1925), The Superstitions of the Sceptic.
  • ——— (1925), The Everlasting Man.
  • ——— (1925), William Cobbett.
  • ——— (1926), 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.
  • ——— (1927), 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
  • ——— (1928), Generally Speaking
  • ——— with Shaw, George Bernard (1928), Do We Agree? (debate).
  • ——— (1928), The Sword of Wood (stories).
  • ——— (1929), The Thing: Why I am a Catholic.
  • ——— (1929), de Fonseka, J.P., ed., G.K.C. as M.C (collected introductions).
  • ——— (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.

1930–1936[edit]

  • Chesterton, Gilbert Keith (1930), 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.
  • ——— (1931), All is Grist.
  • ——— (1931), The Floating Admiral (collaborative detective story).
  • ——— (1932), Chaucer.
  • ——— (1932), New Poems.
  • ——— (1932), Christendom in Dublin.
  • ——— (1932), Sidelights of New London and Newer York.
  • ——— (1933), All I Survey.
  • ——— (1933), St. Thomas Aquinas: The Dumb Ox.
  • ——— (1934), Avowals and Denials – via Internet Archive.
  • ——— (1934), GK's: A Miscellany of the First 500 Issues of G. K.'s Weekly.
  • ——— (1935), The Well and the Shallows.
  • ——— (1935), The Way of the Cross.
  • ——— (1935), The Scandal of Father Brown (stories).
  • ——— (1935), Stories, Essays And Poems.
  • ——— (1936), Autobiography.
  • ——— (1936), As I Was Saying.

Posthumous[edit]

  • Chesterton, Gilbert Keith (1937), The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond.
  • ——— (1937), The Man Who Was Chesterton (anthology)
  • ——— (1938), The Coloured Lands.
  • ——— (1940), Sheed, Frank, ed., The End of the Armistice.
  • ——— (1943), The Pocket Book of Father Brown, 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.
  • ——— (1955), Collins, Dorothy, ed., The Glass Walking-Stick.
  • ——— (1958), Collins, Dorothy, ed., Lunacy and Letters.
  • ——— (1961), Where All Roads Lead.
  • ——— (1965), Collins, Dorothy, ed., The Spice of Life.
  • ——— (1970), Auden, W.H., ed., G. K. Chesterton. A selection from his non-fictional prose, Faber & Faber.
  • ——— (1972), Collins, Dorothy, ed., Chesterton on Shakespeare.
  • ——— (1975), Collins, Dorothy, ed., The Apostle and the Wild Ducks.
  • ——— (1978), The Hound of Heaven and Other Poems.
  • ——— (1984), Smith, Marie, ed., The Spirit of Christmas.
  • ——— (1984), Basic Chesterton.
  • ——— (1985), Kavanagh, P.J., ed., The Bodley Head G.K. Chesterton.
  • ——— (1986), Smith, Marie, ed., Daylight and Nightmare (uncollected short fiction).
  • ——— (1986), GK's Weekly: A Sampler.
  • ——— (1986), The Collected Works of G. K. Chesterton, Ignatius Press.
  • ——— (1986), Illustrated London News, 1905–1907.
  • ——— (1987), Illustrated London News, 1908–1910.
  • ——— (1988), Illustrated London News, 1911–1913.
  • ——— (1988), Illustrated London News, 1914–1916.
  • ——— (1989), Illustrated London News, 1917–1919.
  • ——— (1989), Illustrated London News, 1920–1922.
  • ——— (1989), Smith, Marie, ed., Thirteen Detectives.
  • ——— (1989), Collected Works of G.K. Chesterton: Plays.
  • ——— (1990), Smith, Marie, ed., Seven Suspects.
  • ——— (1990), de Silva, Alvaro, ed., Brave New Family.
  • ——— (1990), Illustrated London News, 1923–1925.
  • ——— (1991), Illustrated London News, 1926–1928.
  • ——— (1991), Illustrated London News, 1929–1931.
  • ——— (1991), The Mask of Midas.
  • ——— (1994), Collected Works of G. K. Chesterton: Collected Poetry: Part 1.
  • ——— (1997), Platitudes Undone (annotations), Platitudes in the Making by Holbrook Jackson.
  • ——— (1997), Sparkes, Russel, ed., Prophet of Orthodoxy: The Wisdom of G. K. Chesterton.
  • ——— (2000), Eugenics and Other Evils.
  • ——— (2000), On Lying in Bed and Other Essays.
  • ——— (2001), Criticisms and Appreciations of the works of Charles Dickens.
  • ——— (2001), The G.K. Chesterton Papers: Additional Manuscripts.
  • ——— (2002), Chesterton Day by Day: The Wit and Wisdom of G. K. Chesterton.
  • ——— (2003), Essential Writings.
  • ——— (2004), G. K. Chesterton's Early Poetry: Greybeards at Play, The White Knight and Other Poems, The Ballad of the White Horse.
  • ——— (2011), Illustrated London News, 1932–1934.
  • ——— (2011), Stapleton, Julia, ed., G. K. Chesterton at the Daily News: Literature, Liberalism, and Revolution, Part 1, volumes 1–4, Pickering & Chatto.
  • ——— (2012), Stapleton, Julia, ed., G. K. Chesterton at the Daily News: Literature, Liberalism, and Revolution, Part 2, volumes 5–8, Pickering & Chatto.

References[edit]

  • Sullivan, John (1958), G.K. Chesterton: A Bibliography, essay: "On books" by G.K. Chesterton; epitaph by Walter de la Mare, London: University of London Press, OCLC 1248417
  • Sprug, Joseph W., ed. (1966), An Index to G.K. Chesterton, Preface by James J. Kortendick, Washington: Catholic University of America Press, OCLC 567957685