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GKCGroup Key Controller
GKCGreater Kansas City
GKCGilbert Keith Chesterton (English critic and author)
GKCGennera Knab & Company
GKCGrassy Knoll Crowd
GKCGolden Knights Club
GKCGardena Kendo Club (martial arts; Japan)
GKCGerman Killer Commands
GKCGator Kendo Club (martial arts; Florida)
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La obra de Gilbert Keith Chesterton fue tan amplia y fructuosa como polemica y comprometida.
(13.) Gilbert Keith Chesterton, Manalive (1912; London: House of Stratus, 2001), 137-138.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton es un dibujante comico de singularisimas dotes [...].
Root cause analysis, particularly in the case of an ancient and convoluted problem like this one, requires an uncommonly keen mind, so naturally we turn to our favorite early 20th century British journalist, Gilbert Keith Chesterton (GKC to his fans).
Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936), el autor de El hombre que fue Jueves, ha llegado a ser tan memorable como el mejor de sus libros.
Al margen de otras posibles consideraciones no menos legitimas, hay que destacar que la vida de Gilbert Keith Chesterton --al igual que la del cardenal Newman-- destaca por su conversion al catolicismo.
Chesterton And Evil by Mark Knight (Lecturer in the School of English and Modern Languages at the Roehampton University of Surrey, England) provides contemporary readers with an informed and informative analysis of the writings of poet, journalist, critic, biographer, novelist, aphorist, Gilbert Keith Chesterton with an especial focus upon Chesterton's attitudes with the problem of evil in contemporary society.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936) es uno de los mas importantes escritores ingleses.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton was one of these converts who vigorously defended Roman Catholicism.
En la foto, Gilbert Keith Chesterton lee el libro y al mismo tiempo lee la City, la capital de "el pais mas exotico de los muchos que he visitado".