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A dialogue between Gabriel Syme and Prof. DeWorms

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A scene from "The Man Who Was Thursday" by Reinier Sonneveld and Roy Bergsma. The image is part of a page in which a dialogue takes place between Gabriel Syme and Prof. DeWorms. The scene takes place in a London pub situated in the (working-class) neighborhoods near the Thames.

Want to know more about this comic book? Then also read the interview with Reinier and Roy about this, why the project stopped prematurely and what the possibility is that the comic will still be around someday. Sign up for our newsletter to keep abreast of any updates surrounding Chesterton in the Netherlands. Some of the original cartoon drawings will get an update in the near future. We will keep you posted on those as well. Want to see all the pages, then check out all the updates so far here.

Brief introduction to "The Man Who Was Thursday

The seven members of the Central Anarchist Council are named after the seven days of the week. The young poet Gabriel Syme manages to infiltrate their midst as Thursday, and thus begins a frenzied nightmare full of paradoxes and surprises. With this unique tale of criminals and sleuths, Chesterton has written a detective novel that ranks among the classics of its kind. - J. Wigman

Read the first chapters of the Dutch translation here: H1 | H2


Erwin de Ruiter

"One man tries to express himself in books, another in boots; both are likely to fail." - G.K. Chesterton

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