[bel-uh k, -ok]
- Hi·laire [hi-lair] /hɪˈlɛər/, 1870–1953, English essayist, poet, and satirist, born in France.
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Besides, he's fatter than Belloc and he's a damned jiggery-pokery Papist too!Changing Winds
St. John G. Ervine
As he said of Belloc, a true poet will never write to order—not even to his own order.Pipefuls
If Belloc and Shaw are smaller men it is because they deal with smaller matters.Gilbert Keith Chesterton
This was due, chiefly, to the diversity of Mr. Belloc's writings.
This is neither the place nor the time to enter into details of Mr. Belloc's life.
- Hilaire (ˈhɪlɛə, hɪˈlɛə). 1870–1953, British poet, essayist, and historian, born in France, noted particularly for his verse for children in The Bad Child's Book of Beasts (1896) and Cautionary Tales (1907)
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