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18 August: England – The “Hilaire Beloc Walk”

Here is an event that I wish I could attend.
On the Hilaire Beloc Blog we learn about the “Hilaire Beloc Walk”, which will take place on 18 August.  Go to that blog for links and information about the walk, signing … Continue reading

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“The ultimate dark wherein the race shall die.”

Via the Laudator:
Hilaire Belloc (1870-1953), January:
It freezes—all across a soundless sky
The birds go home. The governing dark’s begun:
The steadfast dark that waits not for a sun;
The ultimate dark wherein the race shall die.
Death, with his evil finger to his … Continue reading

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