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The Napoleon of Notting Hill
Author:G. K. Chesterton
Retail Price:$10.95
Availability:In Stock
Format:Book
Pages:208
Dimensions:5 3/8 x 8 1/2
ISBN:048626551X
EAN:978-0-486-26551-3
UPC:800759265510
A comical futurist fantasy, first published in 1904, about a tradition-loving suburban London community of the 1980s at war with its modernizing neighbors. Chesterton's splendid storytelling gifts and his sympathies for the plight of small nations trying to remain independent are strongly in evidence. 7 illustrations by W. Graham Robertson. New Introduction by Martin Gardner.
Reprint of the John Lane: The Bodley Head, London, 1904 edition.

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