Perhaps the most light-hearted of all Chesterton's "serious" works, Manalive
pits a group of disillusioned young people against Mr. Innocent Smith, a bubbly, high-spirited gentleman who literally falls into their midst. Accused of murder and denounced for repeatedly marrying his wife and attempting to live in various houses (all of which turn out to be his own), Smith prompts his newfound acquaintances to recognize an important idea: that life is worth living.
Reprint of the John Lane Company, New York, 1912 edition.
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|Author/Editor||G. K. Chesterton|
|Dimensions||5 1/2 x 8 1/2|