Namaskaram - salutations

Namaskaram - salutations I dedicate my blog to the enormous art lovers across the globe I love knitting so much that I have started a blog for knitting.Knitting is a job that I will like to go on.Through knitting I breathe life into many people's life. It is knitting time. When I want to relax I do it with knitting. I am a knitting buff.I love to do knitting on various topics. There is no way that you can stop me doing knitting.I am born with a flare for knitting.My face brightens once I touch the knitting needs.The electronic media has helped knitting to travel across the world.Every stitch made will talk about how knitting has influenced people.I have done some and would like to share it with you. Some patterns have been taken from free knitting sites. Some designs have been created by me. Many a times I have modified the patterns to suite my requirements. Finally I can say that I breathe knitting, I talk knitting, I walk knitting - a total knitaholic

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Friday, March 4, 2011

Father Brown

Father Brown is a fictional character created by the English novelist G.K.Chesterton[1874-1936]. Father Brown stared in 52 short stories. Later these were compiled into five books. Chesterton based this character on Father John O'Connor [1870-1952], a parish priest in Bradford who was involved in Chesterton's conversion to Catholicism in 1922.

Father Brown was a short, stumpy Cathilic priest with shapeless clothes and a large umbrella. He had an uncanny insight into human evil. He made his first apperance in the story The Blue Cross and continued through the 5 volumes of short stories. He was assisted by the reformed criminal Flambeau. Unlike Serlock Homes, Father Brown followed a method that was intutive rather than deductive.

Father Brown was the perfect vehicle for conveying Chesterton's view of the world Hence all the characters were close to Chestorton's heart as they were all giving  or mouthing his point of view.

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