I remain obstinate in the despite of Chesterton. That he is silly I happily grant; that, not being silly, he is then obtuse will be clear to all. If he is neither silly nor obtuse, he falls into yet another fault, and waxes childish, at which time he is given to outright lies. That Chesterton, therefore, being either silly or obtuse, or childish and untruthful, is *useless* needs no demonstration.

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