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Fri Mar 21 17:13:23 2014 UTClccn-n800467510.07The bad child's book of beasts0.460.81Mr. Belloc objects to "The outline of history",59113521Hilaire_Bellocn 80046751428696B., H. 1870-1953B., H. (Hilaire Belloc), 1870-1953Belloc, H.Belloc, H., 1870-1953Belloc, H. (Hilaire), 1870-1953Belloc, HilaireBelloc, Hilarius 1870-1953Belloc, Hillaire, 1870-1953Belloc, Joseph Hilaire Pierre.Belloc, Joseph Hilaire Pierre, 1870-1953Belloc, Joseph Hilaire Pierre René 1870-1953Belloc, Joseph Pierre René, 1870-1953Bellok, Chilėr 1870-1953Bellok, KhilėrBellok, Khilēr, 1870-1953Berokku, Hirēru, 1870-1953H. B. 1870-1953H. B. Hilaire BellocH. B. (Hilaire Belloc), 1870-1953Hilaire BellocБеллок, Хилэр, 1870-1953ベロック, ヒレアlccn-n79021157Chesterton, G. K.(Gilbert Keith)1874-1936othauiilllccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-n79089919B. T. B.(Basil Temple Blackwood)1870-1917illlccn-n50074523Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessisduc de1585-1642lccn-n83014251Bédier, Joseph1864-1938fast-1157190Tristan (Legendary character)lccn-n80046057Rosenfeld, Paul1890-1946trllccn-n79132433CharlesIKing of England1600-1649fast-979738Iseult (Legendary character)lccn-n50021237Speaight, Robert1904-1976prfedtBelloc, Hilaire1870-1953HistoryBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcRomancesPoetryJuvenile worksFictionLegendsRecords and correspondenceChurch historyFranceRevolution (France : 1789-1799)Belloc, Hilaire,Great BritainMilton, John,Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis,--duc de,TravelTristan (Legendary character)EnglandPolitical scienceAuthors, EnglishKai Lung (Fictitious character)Iseult (Legendary character)ItalySwitzerlandArthurian romancesKings and rulersCharles--II,--King of England,ElectionsPolitical partiesMarie Antoinette,--Queen, consort of Louis XVI, King of France,EuropeReformationWolsey, Thomas,QueensPolitics and literaturePolitical and social viewsCardinalsDanton, Georges Jacques,PropertyLand tenureLand reformStatesmenWar--CausesFreedom of the pressJournalism--Corrupt practicesSocial historyFrench poetryChristian heresiesAnimalsEconomic historyCollectivismEconomic policySocialismIndustrial policyEnglish poetryHistoriographyLiberalismIntellectual lifeChurchill, Winston,187019531889189018911894189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201310663116276403BPR6003.E45ocn000381412ocn000823052ocn003489419ocn000392659ocn004480850ocn004174435ocn006297994ocn003637332ocn000362837ocn003307096ocn000817152ocn008138675ocn005391825ocn866451200ocn654670253ocn041905256ocn766990294ocn658912149ocn661929573ocn212640124ocn766989596ocn766990305ocn662194473ocn661929735ocn661929746ocn310610761ocn458623506ocn310528153ocn438934663ocn405517701ocn459088767ocn859424150ocn458623509ocn459654598ocn759743203ocn832213492ocn833746559ocn831869914ocn832213510ocn247260588ocn313043154ocn258588511ocn722619388ocn072126073ocn725296575ocn457466631274375ocn503446799book19290.33Belloc, HilaireRichelieuHistoryBiographyA biography of Cardinal Richelieu of France—considered by many to be the founder of modern Europe—this book does not seek to make Richelieu a figure either of irrational worship or irrational hate. Belloc impartially examines Richelieu's life and career, delves into his Catholic and family roots, and pinpoints their relevance to the development of his character, his thought, and his political and religious policy+-+2313736245220852ocn000580972book19030.33Bédier, JosephThe Romance of Tristan and IseultLegendsRomancesStories, plots, etcModern retelling of a medieval cycle of tales evolving from Celtic sources, in a version first published 1900. For other editions, see Author Catalog+-+74659913951525105ocn035633610book19000.37Carlyle, ThomasThe French revolution; a historyHistoryAutographsA short history of this important event1366128ocn000607983book18000.50Belloc, HilaireThe path to RomeTraveling sketches of a journey from Toul to Rome+-+K655991395135924ocn214060557file19110.50Belloc, HilaireThe party systemHistoryPertinent to America, Britain, and other Western democracies, this book explains that what people believe happens in national assemblies and parliaments is radically different from the reality. Instead of being places where debate is intense, passionate, and aimed at the national interest, the fact is most members of these institutions act on behalf of powerful, unelected interests. They know, implicitly, who really runs the country—and their only real task is to decide if they want to try and rock the boat (thereby risking their salary, their reputation, their future), or stay silent for fear or favor. The book demonstrates beyond any doubt that the very nature of the system is hostile to democracy as laypeople understand it+-+8663707846135212ocn614573994com19390.47Belloc, HilaireCharles II the last rallyHistoryBiographyIn The Last Rally, Belloc narrates with clarity and vigor a central episode in the decline of the English Monarchy. Restored to the throne following the interlude of Cromwell's Commonwealth, Charles II devoted his life as King of England to maintaining the integrity of the throne against all the forces arrayed against it: the power of the great landowners who worked through the Parliament; the influence of the Lawyers' Guild; and the irresistible mercantile and financial strength of the city of London. The story that Belloc brings to life is thus one of survival: the story of a ship of state brought through peril and storm under a great captain. It is also the story of manhood and determination in the face of overwhelming odds; as such it is a story that Hilaire Belloc was eminently qualified to write+-+9913736245132522ocn049295124file19220.31Bramah, ErnestKai Lung's golden hoursFictionBritish author Ernest Bramah develops his own unique versions of classic Chinese folktales – and creates a few entirely new ones – in the stories collected in Kai Lung's Golden Hours. Effortlessly embodying the clarity and purity of ancient Asian mythology, these short, sweet and often humorous stories will enchant readers young and old alike129762ocn002573543book19090.47Belloc, HilaireMarie AntoinetteHistoryBiography+-+9260764206123156ocn034683136book19200.39Belloc, HilaireHow the reformation happenedHistoryChurch history+-+3019000435122751ocn000689799book18990.59Belloc, HilaireDanton; a studyHistory+-+4592732675324122162ocn000367449book19000.53Belloc, HilaireSonnets and verse120625ocn000774879book19350.47Daiches, DavidMiltonCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyStudy of Milton as poet, pamphleteer and scholar with the background of the historical events and economical conditions of England, 1608-74. "A thorough and sympathetic study." - GCL, I:78114214ocn471128242file19180.39Belloc, HilaireThe free pressHilaire Belloc, a great English essayist of the 20th century, takes an uncompromising look at the forces working against the freedom of the press. Targeting financial and political influences, along with the influence of advertising, Belloc exposes the powers and motives responsible for the suppression of news and the manufacturing of opinion. Neither pie-in-the-sky idealism nor an irrational conspiracy theory, The Free Press is a rationally argued essay explaining the origins of those influences and factors that make the press less than what it should be honest: fair, and independent. This is a topical work written almost a century ago. Times have changed, but the situation has gone from bad to worse, and thus this work is even more relevant today. This book will be of interest to anyone, particularly the student of journalism and its history, who is curious about the rise of the major papers and media networks, and about the forces both overt and semi-covert working to shape what is reported and which opinions are sanctioned+-+1694396245107919ocn000399402book19300.47Belloc, HilaireWolseyBiography102389ocn000145777book19000.56Belloc, HilaireHills and the seaThirty-eight essays blend fantasy with fact and record the author's European travels+-+4455165635101710ocn698359916file20020.35Belloc, HilaireAn essay on the restoration of propertyThis short work is a program for property distribution as an alternative to how it is planned by socialist states or naturally happens in capitalist societies. It is a landmark of European social thought, attempting to rectify the wrongs in both of the major economic theories by approaching the problem from an entirely new angle. The essay is thus an anticapitalist and antisocialist work of Christian and Catholic social thought in which basic truths about society and human nature are applied to socioeconomics. It is a manifesto and a program for the Distributist League, of which Belloc and G. K. Chesterton were the primary figures. It marks a key point in the history of economic thought, and it is a fundamental text illustrating the influence of religion and philosophy on social thought and their practical application to societal questions+-+599439624599866ocn001362626book18960.07Belloc, HilaireThe bad child's book of beastsJuvenile worksPoetryToy and movable booksHumorous and cautionary verses about such animals as the whale, the polar bear, the frog, the dodo, and the yak96439ocn000048590book19040.59Belloc, HilaireAvril, being essays on the poetry of the French RenaissanceCriticism, interpretation, etc94337ocn000385039book19380.50Belloc, HilaireThe great heresiesBelloc cited the many beliefs and theological principles which Islam shares with Catholicism. Where Islam decisively diverges from Catholicism (and Christianity in general) is the ""denial of the Incarnation and all the sacramental life of the Church that followed from it."" In The Great Heresies Belloc grouped the Protestant Reformation together with Islam as one of the major heresies threatening the ""Church Universal.""+-+002900043591449ocn000310557book19120.66Belloc, HilaireThe servile state+-+7313157516109210ocn010483433book19840.32Wilson, A. NHilaire BellocBiography+-+478884854632410898ocn000367453book19560.50Speaight, RobertThe life of Hilaire BellocBiography88312ocn000713708book19260.59Haynes, RenéeHilaire BellocCriticism, interpretation, etc7744ocn000093251book19700.33Belloc, HilaireBelloc; a biographical anthology7577ocn001000779book19500.53Morton, J. BHilaire Belloc, a memoirBiography6204ocn034283104book19960.63Feske, VictorFrom Belloc to Churchill : private scholars, public culture, and the crisis of British liberalism, 1900-1939HistoryLinking historiography and political history, Victor Feske addresses the changing role of national histories written in early twentieth-century Britain by amateur scholars Hilaire Belloc, Sidney and Beatrice Webb, J. L. and Barbara Hammond, G. M. Trevelyan, and Winston Churchill. These writers recast the nineteenth-century interpretation of British history at a time when both the nature of historical writing and the fortunes of Liberalism had begun to change. Before 1900, amateur historians writing for a wide public readership portrayed British history as a grand story of progress achieved through constitutional development. This "Whig" interpretation had become the cornerstone of Liberal party politics. But the decline of Liberalism as a political force after the turn of the century, coupled with the rise of professional history written by academics and based on archival research, inspired change among a new generation of Liberal historians. The result was a refashioned Whig historiography, stripped of overt connections to contemporary political Liberalism, that attempted to preserve the general outlines of the traditional Whiggist narrative within the context of a broad history of consensus. This new formulation, says Feske, was more suited to the intellectual and political climate of the twentieth century. - Publisher+-+60477325353246092ocn008495053book19820.56Markel, Michael HHilaire BellocCriticism, interpretation, etc5942ocn003844490book19780.50McCarthy, John PHilaire Belloc, Edwardian radicalHistory+-+99911486454974ocn002023951book19530.53Wilhelmsen, Frederick DHilaire Belloc: no alienated man : a study in Christian integration / by Frederick Wilhelmsen4612ocn007279369book19810.70Corrin, Jay PG.K. Chesterton & Hilaire Belloc : the battle against modernity3574ocn050436208book20020.50Pearce, JosephOld thunder : a life of Hilaire BellocBiography+-+87945234353373ocn001214613book19560.56Lowndes, Marie BellocThe young Hilaire BellocBiography of the English writer and politician, by his sister2831ocn000807295book19230.56Belloc, HilaireOn2811ocn019795296book19510.53Belloc, HilaireHilaire Belloc ; an anthology of his prose and verse2533ocn000613297book19580.66Belloc, HilaireLettersRecords and correspondence2453ocn002593597book19260.81Wells, H. GMr. Belloc objects to "The outline of history"23010ocn000430165book19200.70Braybrooke, PatrickSome thoughts on Hilaire BellocCriticism, interpretation, etc2267ocn000332133book19380.56Las Vergnas, RaymondChesterton, Belloc, BaringCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography21910ocn017353689book19020.50Belloc, HilaireThe path to RomeTraveling sketches of a journey from Toul to Rome+-+09321704352183ocn004333784book19570.56Jebb, Eleanor (Belloc)Belloc, the man+-+1694396245+-+1694396245Fri Mar 21 16:06:33 EDT 2014batch113210