Issue: Autumn 2023
Wanda Skowronska recalls various memories that informed and inspired her biography of the late Editor of the journal, Annals.
Veronika Winkels reviews a new anthology of Chesterton’s writings on the family, and ponders a rebalanced feminism that would protect and advance the family while promoting women’s role in society.
John Young examines the character of such fictional detectives as Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot – and Father Brown.
Trevor Bailey reflects, in the light of his criminal law experience, on Chesterton’s essay, ‘The Twelve Men’.