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The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare is a novel by G. K. Chesterton , first published in 1908. The book is sometimes referred to as a metaphysical thriller .

The central council consists of seven men, each using the name of a day of the week as a cover; the position of Thursday is about to be elected by Gregory's local chapter. Gregory expects to win the election but just before, Syme reveals to Gregory after an oath of secrecy that he is a secret policeman. Fearful that Syme may use his speech in evidence of a prosecution, Gregory's weakened words fail to convince the local chapter that he is sufficiently dangerous for the job. Syme makes a rousing anarchist speech and wins the vote. He is sent immediately as the chapter's delegate to the central council.

The dream ends when Sunday is asked if he has ever suffered. His last words, "can ye drink of the cup that I drink of?", is the question Jesus asks St. James and St. John in the Gospel of Mark , chapter 10, vs 38–39 , to challenge their commitment in becoming his disciples.

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The 25-year-old is increasingly frustrated at his lack of game time and will slip further down the pecking order if Everton are successful in signing Steven Nzonzi from Sevilla.

Hamburg, his first professional club, have also been linked with the Bosnia international, who was born in Berlin though they would like a loan.

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The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare is a novel by G. K. Chesterton , first published in 1908. The book is sometimes referred to as a metaphysical thriller .

The central council consists of seven men, each using the name of a day of the week as a cover; the position of Thursday is about to be elected by Gregory's local chapter. Gregory expects to win the election but just before, Syme reveals to Gregory after an oath of secrecy that he is a secret policeman. Fearful that Syme may use his speech in evidence of a prosecution, Gregory's weakened words fail to convince the local chapter that he is sufficiently dangerous for the job. Syme makes a rousing anarchist speech and wins the vote. He is sent immediately as the chapter's delegate to the central council.

The dream ends when Sunday is asked if he has ever suffered. His last words, "can ye drink of the cup that I drink of?", is the question Jesus asks St. James and St. John in the Gospel of Mark , chapter 10, vs 38–39 , to challenge their commitment in becoming his disciples.

Sign up today for our newsletter: CT Books Newsletter. Each issue contains up-to-date, insightful information about today’s culture, plus analysis of books important to the evangelical thinker.

The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare is a novel by G. K. Chesterton , first published in 1908. The book is sometimes referred to as a metaphysical thriller .

The central council consists of seven men, each using the name of a day of the week as a cover; the position of Thursday is about to be elected by Gregory's local chapter. Gregory expects to win the election but just before, Syme reveals to Gregory after an oath of secrecy that he is a secret policeman. Fearful that Syme may use his speech in evidence of a prosecution, Gregory's weakened words fail to convince the local chapter that he is sufficiently dangerous for the job. Syme makes a rousing anarchist speech and wins the vote. He is sent immediately as the chapter's delegate to the central council.

The dream ends when Sunday is asked if he has ever suffered. His last words, "can ye drink of the cup that I drink of?", is the question Jesus asks St. James and St. John in the Gospel of Mark , chapter 10, vs 38–39 , to challenge their commitment in becoming his disciples.

44 shares

The 25-year-old is increasingly frustrated at his lack of game time and will slip further down the pecking order if Everton are successful in signing Steven Nzonzi from Sevilla.

Hamburg, his first professional club, have also been linked with the Bosnia international, who was born in Berlin though they would like a loan.


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