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Gilbert Keith Chesterton: Born in London in 1874, Gilbert Keith Chesterton's interests include literary criticism, journalism, drama, rhetoric, and philosophy. Chesterton is distinguished by his wonderful novels, the most famous of which is a series of short detective stories starring one of the immortal characters in the literature of the twentieth century; She is the character of "Father Brown"; A short, round-faced Roman Catholic priest and amateur detective, who relies in solving mysteries and unraveling the mysteries of crimes and cases on his intuition and deep understanding of human nature, his ability to see evil in souls, and to notice minute details. He also exercises his role as a priest by helping criminals to confess and repent. "Father Brown" appeared in more than 50 short stories published between 1910 and 1936.