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  • Poems
    CreateSpace, Paperback, 2011
  • Poems
    , Kindle Edition, 2010
  • Poems
    Echo Library, Paperback, 2010
  • Poems
    BiblioLife, Hardcover, 2010
  • Poems
    Unknown, Paperback, 2010
  • Poems
    HP Publishing, Paperback, 2009
  • Poems: -1922
    Cornell University Library, Paperback, 2009
  • Poems: -1922
    Cornell University Library, Paperback, 2009
  • Poems
    BiblioBazaar, Paperback, 2009
  • Poems
    BiblioBazaar, Paperback, 2009
  • Poems
    BiblioLife, Paperback, 2009
  • Poems
    BiblioLife, Hardcover, 2009
  • Poems (Collected Works of G.K. Chesterton)
    Classic Books, Library Binding, 2000
  • Poems,
    Dodd, Mead, Unknown Binding, 1927
  • Poems
    New York, Frederick A. Stokes company, Paperback, 1919
  • Poems,
    Frederick A. Stokes company, Unknown Binding, 1919
  • Poems,
    John Lane, Unknown Binding, 1915

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Book Description
A cloud was on the mind of men, and wailing went the weather, Yea, a sick cloud upon the soul when we were boys together. Science announced nonentity and art admired decay; The world was old and ended: but you and I were gay. Round us in antic order their crippled vices came-- Lust that had lost its laughter, fear that had lost its shame.
Book Information
BindingKindle Edition (17 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date07/13/2010
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About G. K. Chesterton (Author) : Gilbert Keith Chesterton (May 29, 1874–June 14, 1936) was an influential English writer of the early 20th century. His prolific and diverse output included journalism, poetry, biography, Christian a... more
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