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Across Sussex with Belloc

Bob Copper

Across Sussex with Belloc

in the footsteps of " The Four Men".

by Bob Copper

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Published by A.Sutton Pub. .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination25cm.160. Ill.M. n.e.
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22162909M
ISBN 100750910224
OCLC/WorldCa45832225

The next book in which Belloc tackles Islam, albeit very briefly, is The Battle Ground: Syria and Palestine, The Seedplot of Religion, which was published in by J. B. Lippincott. This work, as the title suggests, is primarily focused on the history of the Abrahamic religions in the Middle East, most notably those of Judaism and Christianity. In the s, Bob Copper published the book Across Sussex with Belloc in which he retraced the route across Sussex of Hilaire Belloc and the characters of Belloc's novel The Four Men: a Farrago. Bob Copper died in , a few days after receiving an MBE.

The Four Men book. Read 14 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. - Hilaire Belloc, The Four Men: A Farrago meet by happy chance or mystic predestination and agree to undertake a walking journey across the county of Sussex in each others company, during which they experience many thoroughly Catholic adventures involving 4/5. Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Sussex Drinking Song (Hilaire Belloc) From: GUEST,Jon Dudley Date: 21 Feb 10 - AM In his book 'Across Sussex with Belloc' (in the footsteps of the Four Men) by Bob Copper, you'll not only find the words and music of this song but others equally worthy.

  Another cross reference comes through Bob Copper’s book Across Sussex with Belloc following The Four Men – he mentions a Dorothy Swainson as the ‘distinguished musician’ who put Belloc’s rhymes into musical notation. She was Hilaire Belloc’s cousin.   This novel, by Anglo-French writer Hilaire Belloc and originally published in , tells the story of four men who make a 90 mile pilgrimage across the English county of Sussex. Each man represents an aspect of Belloc's personality, and the Brand: Ignatius Press.


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Free shipping for many products. SUSSEX BOOK REVIEW. This is a must-read book for lovers of Sussex. Across Sussex with Belloc is a book where two of the great noters of Sussex culture coincide. Bob Copper (), the great collector and singer of Sussex songs, was described by the Independent as "England's most important traditional folk-singer".

Buy Across Sussex with Belloc: In the Footsteps of "The Four Men" (Literature/Arts) First Edition by Copper, Bob (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). The Four Men: A Farrago is a novel by Hilaire Belloc that describes a kilometre (90 mi) long journey on foot across the English county of Sussex from Robertsbridge in the east to Harting in the west.

As a "secular pilgrimage" through Sussex, the book has parallels with his earlier work, the religious pilgrimage of The Path to Rome (). "The Four Men" describes four characters Author: Hilaire Belloc.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Copper, Bob. Across Sussex with Belloc. Stroud: Alan Sutton, (OCoLC) Named Person: Hilaire Belloc.

: Across Sussex With Belloc: In the Footsteps of the Four Men (Literature/Arts) (): Bob Cooper: Books. Crossing Sussex With Copper & Belloc. With family links to The Copper Family, an innate love for our home county and of course the local food and drink in Sussex; we thought that this well-draughted pub crawl (of traditional alehouses and 16thth century Coaching Inns across Sussex), would make for an excellent way to spend some quality time together on a joint digital detox.

Hardcover. Condition: Good. nd, ca "The Charm of Sussex" consists of two smaller sections, "The Beauty of West Sussex" and "The Beauty of East Sussex," together comprising photogravure illustrations.

With an illustration by Hilaire Belloc. Papered cloth with brown titles over brown quarter-cloth, edgeworn and faintly dampstained.

Across Sussex With Belloc: In the Footsteps of The Four Men. by COPPER, Bob.: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A insightful yet playful romp across Sussex with "four men" who (spoiler) are the four prominent parts of one man, the author.

The best parts of the book are the sections when you can really feel the love Mr. Belloc has for his homeland.4/5(18). Belloc, Broadwood and Beyond is a Heritage Lottery Fund project run through Rusper Parochial Church project is to research the life and times of Lucy Broadwood ( – ), the folk song collector, who is buried in Rusper; and the writer and poet, Hilaire Belloc ( – ), who lived for most of his life at Kingsland in Shipley.

A full text of this post in the published book. Hilaire Belloc’s novel The Four Men was conceived in and published in Several poems – songs – accompany their walk across Sussex.

The ‘first Drinking Song’ can be interpreted as Belloc intended years ago. A full text of this post in the published book. Hilaire Belloc's novel The Four Men was conceived in and published in Several poems - songs - accompany their walk across Sussex.

The 'first Drinking Song' can be interpreted as Belloc intended years ago, here from the South Downs Folk Singers archive. Thoughts on Hilaire Belloc. by Alberto M. Piedra Ph.D. The book describes Belloc’s km.

long journey on foot across Sussex. Belloc,ibid., p 6. See: Hilaire Belloc, The Institute of World Politics 16th Street, NW Washington, DC IWP Reston Campus. Copper shared Belloc’s philosophy and was completely taken under the spell of The Four Men, to the extent that he was drawn to retrace Belloc’s steps.

In his own book, ’Across Sussex with Belloc’, Copper recounts the journeys the made in the s and again in s. A century of ups and Downs Nick Channer traces Hilaire Belloc's odyssey across Sussex By Nick Channer. His journey inspired a book, The Four Men, published in Author: Nick Channer.

We will be singing some Sussex folk songs (courtesy of Chris Hare), in The Bridge Inn, on the evening of the 23rd of February after our Belloc ‘walk’ around Amberley village.

The Bridge is mentioned on day five of ‘The Four Men’ (Belloc’s literary pub crawl across Sussex). This novel, by Anglo-French writer Hilaire Belloc and originally published intells the story of four men who make a 90 mile pilgrimage across the English county of Sussex.

Each man represents an aspect of Belloc's personality, and the narrative follows the characters as they travel through the countryside on a journey allegorical to life/5(19). A new book from Fulton Sheen. The American Chesterton Society has published a collection of 18 weekly talks that Venerable Fulton Sheen delivered in —and they have never appeared in book.

Sussex (/ ˈ s ʌ s ɪ k s /), from the Old English Sūþsēaxe (South Saxons), is a historic county in South East England corresponding roughly in area to the ancient Kingdom of is bounded to the west by Hampshire, north by Surrey, northeast by Kent, south by the English Channel, and divided for many purposes into the ceremonial counties of West Sussex and East : Historic county (current), Ceremonial county (until.

Later I discovered his wonderful book 'The Four Men'; the tale of a journey across Sussex from Robertsbridge in the East, to Harting in the far West. Perfect reading for a Sussex lad. Strangely, for a Belloc fan, I've only recently discovered that there's a Author: Cro Magnon.The story is great fun and very amusing, but in case it all seems like a figment of Belloc’s imagination, a letter published in the West Sussex Gazette insuggested that battles on the Sussex/ Kent border were very real at the time ‘The Four Men’ was set in The Servile State is a book authored by Hilaire Belloc.

The book is primarily a history of capitalism in Europe, and a repudiation of the convergence of big business with the state. Belloc lays out two alternatives: distributism and t: Capitalism, Distributism.