What does G.K. Chesterton himself say about his essay ‘What I found in My Pocket’?

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In his essay, ‘What I found in My Pocket’, G.K. Chesterton states that he denies ‘most energetically that anything is, or can be, uninteresting’. The essay, in the literal sense, is about what he has kept in his pocket, and has decided to take out, and examine during a train ride. However, on closer evaluation, the real eccentricity and interestingness depicted within this essay is simply concealed within the mundane. Similarly, the same covert eccentricity...
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