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Amanda rated it really liked it Jun 09, I hope to review this at more length at the growing Hilaire Belloc section of my blog: By the end he did indeed require a new pair of shoes.
He was known as a writer, orator, poet, satirist, man of letters, and political activist. No trivia or quizzes yet.
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Jun 28, Seneca rated it liked it. There were little moments in this journey that were captivating, especially when he was able to focus on the local people and places of his trip, but his endless philosophizing on the march from northern France through the Alps, and belloc into Italy had me leafing through the pages quicker than I had wished.
I was extremely sad when this book ended because I wanted the pilgrimage with Belloc to go on forever pat ever. Belloc was a cradle Catholic.
Belloc’s walking pilgrimage from France to Rome, over the Alps, singing all the way.
He sang of Italy, I of rime countries: I like his history books better. Back inas a young man, Belloc felt he needed to carry out a vow he had made by walking from France to Rome. He was very well-known and appreciated in his time, though in certain respects he was a dork.
Back inas a young man, Belloc felt he needed to c Some people might think that a book with this title would necessarily be about converting to Roman Catholicism. It is a book about the land; it is a book about people; it is a book about God; it is a book about not taking yourself too seriously.
We chatted about the past, God, and Europe, while all along the way we encountered quaint hamlets, worn down towers, breathtaking mountain tops, magnificent cathedrals, treacherous river crossings, salt of the earth peasants, and even a run in with the law. Want to Read saving…. Das verrate ich nicht.
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Belloc is a great writer, witty, self-deprecating and somewhat mad. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
I enjoyed reading about Belloc’s journey to Rome and how life use to be. There were little moments in this journey that were captivating, especially when he was able to tl on the local people and places of his trip, but his endless philos Getting through this book felt like a similar slog as the author had on his journey to Rome.
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Ein Buch, das so beginnt: This was, as the title would imply to a solid realist, an account of a journey on foot from Provence to Rome. I also thought the whole point was that he was on a pilgrimage to reach a particular church by a particular day to celebrate a mass in honor of Sts. To ask other readers questions about The Path to Romeplease sign up. And Belloc is good enough at it that forty years later I can quote it from memory: Published November 3rd by Hard Press first published All this merely leads up to saying that this book reads like fiction, and along the way conta I was introduced to Chesterton, Belloc and Ronald Knox by a freshman English teacher why yes, he was Catholic.
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He vividly describes the mountains, vistas and his fellow travelers make this one of my favorite trav Published in They were quite nice and really enhanced those moments of the journey where he talked about the natural splendor of an area and captured a quick image of it.
Knox, the first Catholic chaplain at Oxford for four hundred hlaire, supported the University Catholic Chaplaincy by writing a mystery novel each year over the long vacation. Belloc writes as if the reader is a good friend. Refresh and try again. The first hilairr so pages of this book are an absolute delight – worthy of a 5-star rating. As travel writing it is first-rate.