Innocence of Father Brown: Annotated

Innocence of Father Brown: Annotated

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The first collection of Father Brown stories to be published in 1911 is the basis for this study, with notes providing both background details about England at the turn of the century and textual variations where significant. Martin Gardner has also written an introduction and a full bibliography is included. Martin Gardner is the annotator of "The annotated snark", "The annotated ancient mariner" and "The annotated Alice". Other Martin Gardner books published by OUP: "Good, bad and bogus", "Order and surprise" "The sacred beetle", "The whys of a philosophical scrivener" and "Puzzles from other worlds".show more

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  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 128 x 192 x 22mm | 199.58g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford Paperbacks
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 0192821644
  • 9780192821645

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About the Editor Martin Gardner, the world-famous popular writer on mathematics, science, and philosophy, is the annotator of several books, including The Annotated Snark, The Annotated Ancient Mariner, and The Annotated Alice, as well as the author of many other books, including The Sacred Beetle and Puzzles from Other more

Table of contents

Introduction. The blue cross; the secret garden; the queer feet; the flying stars; the invisible man; the honour of Israel Gow; the wrong shape; the sins of Prince Saradine; the hammer of God; the eye of Apollo; the sign of the broken sword; the three tools of death. Bibliography. Index to the more

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