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Essay(s) by Hilaire Belloc
The Wing Of Dalua
Hilaire Belloc
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       Time was, and that not so long ago, when the Two Men had revealed to them by their Genius a corner of Europe wherein they were promised more surprises and delights than in any other.
       It was secretly made known to them that in this place there were no pictures, and no one had praised its people, and further that no Saint had ever troubled it; and the rich and all their evils (so the Two Men were a ured) had never ......

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"King Lear"
The Absence Of The Past
The Arena
Arles (city)
At The Sign Of The Lion
The Autumn And The Fall Of Leaves
The Battle Of Hastings
A Blue Book
Caedwalla
The Canigou
The Captain Of Industry
Carcassonne
The Cerdagne
The Channel
Charles Of Orleans
Clement Marot
Companions Of Travel
The Coronation
The Death Of Wandering Peter
The Decline Of A State
Delft (town)
The Departure
The Election
The Empire Builder
The End Of The World
The Excursion
The Eye-Openers
A Family Of The Fens
The First Day's March
A Force In Gaul
The Free Press
The Game Of Cards
The Good Woman
The Great Sight
The Griffin (Inn)
The Guns
The Harbour In The North
His Character
Home
The Idea Of A Pilgrimage
In Patria
The Inheritance Of Humour
The Inn Of The Margeride
The Inventor
The Ironmonger
Joachim Du Bellay
Jose Maria De Heredia
The Letter
Letter Of Advice And Apology To A Young Burglar
The Looe Stream
The Lost Things
The Lunatic
Lynn (Town)
Malherbe
The Man And His Wood
The Man Of The Desert
The Monkey Question: An Appeal To Common Sense
The Mowing Of A Field
Mr. The Duke: The Man Of Malplaquet
A Norfolk Man
Normandy And The Normans
The North Sea
The Odd People
The Old Gentleman's Opinions
The Old Things
On "Mails"
On A Child Who Died
On A Dog And A Man Also
On A Faery Castle
On A Fisherman And The Quest Of Peace
On A Great Wind
On A Hermit Whom I Knew
On A House
On A Lost Manuscript
On A Man And His Burden
On A Man Who Was Protected By Another Man
On A Notebook
On A Rich Man Who Suffered
On A Southern Harbour
On A Van Tromp
On A Winged Horse And The Exile Who Rode Him
On A Young Man And An Older Man
On Advertisement
On An Unknown Country
On Bridges
On Cheeses
On Coming To An End
On Conversations In Trains
On Death
On Ely (isle)
On Entries
On Error
On Experience
On Getting Respected In Inns And Hotels
On Historical Evidence
On Ignorance
On Immortality
On Jingoes: In The Shape Of A Warning
On Lords
On National Debts
On Past Greatness
On Railways And Things
On Sacramental Things
On Tea
On The Approach Of An Awful Doom
On The Decline Of The Book
On The Departure Of A Guest
On The Hotel At Palma And A Proposed Guide-Book
On The Illness Of My Muse
On The Pleasure Of Taking Up One's Pen
On The Reading Of History
On The Return Of The Dead
On The Sources Of Rivers
On Them
On Thruppenny Bits
On Unknown People
On Weighing Anchor
The Onion-Eater
Perigeux Of The Perigord
A Plea For The Simpler Drama
The Portrait Of A Child
The Position
The Public
The Pyrenean Hive
Reality
The Regret
The Relic
The Return To England
The Reveillon
The Reward Of Letters
The Roman Road
The Roman Roads In Picardy
Roncesvalles
Ronsard
The Sea-Wall Of The Wash
The Singer
The Slant Off The Land
St. Patrick
The Tide
The Tree Of Knowledge
A Unit Of England
The Valley Of The Rother
The Victory
The Views Of England
Villon
The Way To Fairyland
The Wing Of Dalua