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Who Are ‘Hudge’ and ‘Gudge,’ and Why Should I Care?:

G.K. Chesterton’s What’s Wrong with the World.
 

 
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June 21, 2013    7:00 PM       
 
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In 1910, G.K. Chesterton – prolific British journalist, short-story writer, novelist, poet, playwright, and critic – penned his marvelous book, What’s Wrong With the World. In its still controversial pages, one finds Chesterton investigating such diverse
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16TH ANNUAL OKTOBERFEST AT IVY HALL!

 
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An Evening with G.K. Chesterton at Ivy Hall

 
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The Unity of Ascent: Musical Supplication and Redemption in Early Modern Venice

 







 
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