By Peter E Abresch
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Chesterton’s mother disapproved of her son’s growing friendship with Frances: she had another girl in mind for him. But Chesterton was in love and, after a long engagement, he and Frances were married, in 1901, by the Socialist priest Conrad Noel. xxxiii Biography Illustration 5: Drawing by GKC of Bedford Park. The man on the left is W. B. Yeats. The silhouetted figure is GKC. During the Boer War, Chesterton, always an anti-Imperialist, was of the small minority who were ‘pro-Boer’, an unpopular stance.
He was still skinny, as a self-portrait shows (Illustration 4). At the Slade he went through some kind of Dark Night of the Soul. He became friendly with a man he later called ‘The Diabolist’, and seems to have dabbled in black magic. ’ After that (as he eloquently recalled in the dedicatory poem to Bentley which prefaces The Man Who Was Thursday) he reacted against 1890s ‘decadence’. Walt Whitman and Robert Louis Stevenson seemed to him the antidotes to Pater, Swinburne and Wilde. While at the Slade he attended English lectures at University College.
William Cobbett, London 1925 THAT PLAYS THE KING I think Claudius [in Hamlet] is a very fine and true study of the Usurper; because he is the man who really wants to be King. A man must take the monarchy very seriously to be a Usurper. The Illustrated London News, 12 September 1925 AWAY WITH THE FAIRIES The fairy tale discusses what a sane man will do in a mad world. Orthodoxy, London 1909 BY HIS OWN HAND The suicide . . defiles every flower by refusing to live for its sake. Orthodoxy, London 1909 A LITTLE OF WHAT YOU FANCY When giving treats to friends or children, give them what they like, emphatically not what is good for them.
Bloody bonsai by Peter E Abresch