So much for Mr. Belloc's most copious revelation of his personality.
Besides, he's fatter than Belloc and he's a damned jiggery-pokery Papist too!
These sentences may appear to indicate indecision in Mr. Belloc's mind as to this point.
But to all these Belloc entered like a man armed, and as with a clang of iron.
If you know Mrs. Belloc Lowndes at her creepiest, you can imagine the spinal chill produced by this discovery.
This was due, chiefly, to the diversity of Mr. Belloc's writings.
Mr. Belloc does not experience difficulties with his relative pronouns or bog himself in a mess of parentheses.
This belief is supported by the undeniable fact that Mr. Belloc is an idealist.
Mr. Belloc, on the other hand, has something of the gleaming and solitary fierceness of Swift and Hazlitt.
We refer to Mr. Belloc's description of the appearance and character of Danton.