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paradoxes of Mr. Pond.
G. K. Chesterton
Originally published London: Cassell 1937.
|Series||G.K. Chesterton reprint series -- 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chesterton, G.K. (Gilbert Keith), Paradoxes of Mr. Pond. London, D. Finlayson, (OCoLC) The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond (Dodo Press) by G K Chesterton, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().
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The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond is G. Chesterton's final collection of detective stories, published after his death in The main characters in the book are Mr. Pond, his friend Captain Peter Gahagan, a romantic and impulsive Irishman, and a well-known government official, Sir Hubert by: 1.
The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond are almost his parables, and are a concentrated dose of Chesterton's famous addiction to irony, litotes and, well, paradox. The stories are written in his characteristic style, and while they flit between different narrative layers, they are easy to read, and a good thing to/5.
It should be quoted more often among the greatest Chesterton's books. Pond is no less likable as a character than Father Brown (most other characters are charming as well). Each short story revolves around a paradox stated in earnest by Mr. Pond, such as "naturally, he was so tall that no one saw him" and things like that/5(5).
The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond remains the most overlooked collection of Chesterton’s mysteries, since it appeared after Chesterton himself left the stage. Most of his biographers tend to end Chesterton’s story with his life, not with his stories. But this book is not without its admirers. "The Paradoxes of Mr Pond" were a series of short stories by G K Chesterton, featuring civil servant Mr Pond.
At the start of each story, he gives a paradoxical statement, and then sets out how he solved a particular paradoxes of Mr. Pond. book or paradox. As he bent over the shabby book paradoxes of Mr. Pond. book the dusky anteroom, there shot into his mind a white ray of serene and complete understanding: so far as this tale goes, the last of the paradoxes of Mr.
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Each short story revolves around a paradox stated in earnest by Mr. Pond, such as "naturally, he was so tall that no one saw him" and things like that/5(5). : Las paradojas de Mr.
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"The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond is Chesterton's last work of fiction, but by no means his least. It consists of eight suspenseful stories featuring one of Chesterton's most delightful amateur sleuths, a deceptively "mild little man" who knows thoroughly the ways of the world and possesses the uncanny ability to make shrewd deductions and accurate intuitive guesses.
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