What is ‘interesting’ according to Chesterton?

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Chesterton, upon learning that he had nothing to read on a long train ride, began to ponder the interesting, he claimed that any printed word collection would be enough to stimulate his ‘mental ingenuity’. Chesterton argued through endless connotations; one will often discover a way to make something more interesting. Likewise, Louise Rosenblatt within her book ‘Literature as Exploration’ argues that ‘the special meaning […] that these words have for the individual reader will largely...
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