G.K. Chesterton's travels provide the basis for this delightful series of essays on "tremendous trifles." Observing the "little things"-the contents of his pockets, items in a railway station, pedestrians in the street-he uses his observations as the launching point for all sorts of interesting casual conversations on God, Christianity, the family, trials, art, and other subjects. An enjoyable and profitable read full of good sense and nonsense! 216 pages, softcover.
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