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Father Brown, some of the most clever and tasty characters to emerge from English detective fiction, first made his visual appeal within the Innocence of dad Brown in 1911. That first choice of tales proven G.K. Chesterton's kindly cleric within the entrance rank of eccentric sleuths. This assortment comprises the favorite Father Brown tales, exhibiting a quiet wit and compassion that has endeared him to many, when fixing his mysteries via a mix of mind's eye and a sympathetic worldliness in a panoramic demeanour.
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Will God give me strength? Will my brain make the one jump and see all? Heaven help me! I used to be fairly good at thinking. I could paraphrase any page in Aquinas once. Will my head split — or will it see? ” He buried his head in his hands, and stood in a sort of rigid torture of thought or prayer, while the other three could only go on staring at this last prodigy of their wild twelve hours. When Father Brown’s hands fell they showed a face quite fresh and serious, like a child’s. He heaved a huge sigh, and said: “Let us get this said and done with as quickly as possible.
Cabinet ministers on both sides were alluded to by their Christian names with a sort of bored benignity. The Radical Chancellor of the Exchequer, whom the whole Tory party was supposed to be cursing for his extortions, 47 was praised for his minor poetry, or his saddle in the hunting field. The Tory leader, whom all Liberals were supposed to hate as a tyrant, was discussed and, on the whole, praised — as a Liberal. It seemed somehow that politicians were very important. And yet, anything seemed important about them except their politics.
You know how all the garden was sealed up like an air-tight chamber,” went on the doctor. ” There was a silence, and then a sudden cackle of almost childish laughter relieved the strain. The absurdity of Brown’s remark moved Ivan to open taunts. ” he cried; “then we didn’t lug a great fat corpse on to a sofa last night? ” repeated Brown reflectively. ” 37 “Not necessarily,” said the priest, with a faint smile. ” “I fancy you’re ill,” exclaimed Dr. Simon sharply; “but I’ll ask the next question if you like.