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Hilaire Belloc

Belloc wrote in support of the Roman catholic conservative view, just as G. K. Chesterton did. Their writings were controversial, or polemical; Shaw called the pair, "Chesterbelloc." I have a few of Belloc's books, including: Richelieu (Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1929); Caliban's Guide To Letters (Caliban is a character in Shakespear's The Tempest, he symbolizes mankind's primitive urges) (London: Duckworth, 1910); and The French Revolution (London: Williams & Norgate, 1914). Belloc's works may be found on the 'NET

(For a sample of Belloc's writing see his essay, "On An Unknown Country.")


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