Hilaire Belloc Biography
Hilaire Belloc (1870-1953) was a British-French writer and historian, known for his prolific literary output in a variety of genres, including poetry, essays, novels, and travel writing. Belloc was born in France, but his family moved to England when he was young, and he later became a naturalized British citizen.
Belloc attended Balliol College, Oxford, where he developed a strong interest in Catholicism, which would become a central theme in his writing. He published his first book of poetry, "Verses and Sonnets," in 1895, and went on to write several more collections of poetry over the course of his career.
Belloc was also a noted historian, and his works on European history, including "The Servile State" and "The Crisis of Civilization," were widely read and influential. He was a vocal critic of the growing power of the state and the erosion of individual liberties, and his writing often reflected his deep concern for the future of Western civilization.
In addition to his literary pursuits, Belloc was an active politician and was elected to the British Parliament in 1906 as a member of the Liberal Party. He later joined the Conservative Party and was appointed as a member of the House of Lords in 1920.
Belloc's writing was known for its wit, intelligence, and strong opinions, and he remains a popular and influential figure in English literature and political thought to this day.
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Hilaire Belloc books
|The Path to Rome
|The Bad Childs Book of Beasts
|The Battle of Blenheim
|Cautionary Tales for Children
|Europe and the Faith
|First and Last
|The Free Press
|Hills and the Sea
|The French Revolution
|The Historic Thames
|A General Sketch of the European War
|A Moral Alphabet
|More Beasts For Worse Children
|On Nothing And Kindred Subjects
|The Mercy of Allah
|The Old Road