Hilaire Belloc | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Michael H. Market

This literature criticism consists of approximately 10 pages of analysis & critique of Hilaire Belloc.
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Critical Essay by Michael H. Market

SOURCE: "The Manuscript Poetry of Hilaire Belloc," in The Chesterton Review, Vol. XII, No. 2, May, 1986, pp. 221-29.

In the following essay, Markel asserts that some of Belloc 's unpublished verses are "equal in quality to his best published poetry."

On January 13, 1911, the Northern Newspaper Syndicate responded to Hilaire Belloc's offer to write an article for them:

We are pleased that you are agreeable to write for us and as to title, we think if the article is called "What can be done with a Million" it would serve our purpose. As to terms, for the short article we require we do not see our way to pay more than £7.7s.

Could Belloc himself have written two sentences with more of a sting? He needed the £7.7s, so he...

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