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Hills and the Sea, by Hilaire Belloc, published 1906 (London: Methuen & Co.) accessible at: East Sussex Libraries   View Online

The Four Men, a farrago; their journeying through central Sussex, by Hilaire Belloc, published 1912 (London: Thomas Nelson & Sons)   View Online
This novel, by Anglo-French writer Hilaire Belloc and originally published in 1911, 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 narrative follows the characters as they travel through the countryside on a journey allegorical to life. The story takes place over five consecutive days in which they pass through many real locations with which the author was very familiar: for instance, The George Inn at Robertsbridge, where Belloc was a regular customer.

The Stane Street, a monograph, illustrated by William Hyde, by Hilaire Belloc, published 1913 (London: Constable & Co.)   View Online

The Book of the Bayeux Tapestry, presenting the complete work in a series of colour facsimiles: the introduction & narrative, by Hilaire Belloc, published 1914 (xix + 76 pp., London: Chatto & Windus) accessible at: British Library   View Online

A Parliamentary History of the Ancient Borough of Horsham, 1295-1885, by William Albery and Hilaire Belloc, published 1926 (London: Longmans Green & Co.) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries

Sussex The Resistant County: The Beauty of West Sussex Camera Pictures of the County and The Beauty of East Sussex Camera Pictures of the County, by Basil Hodgson, Hilaire Belloc and Others, published 1929 (booklet, 68 pp., London: London: Homeland Association Ltd.) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12265] & West Sussex Libraries & East Sussex Libraries

Sussex: The Resistant County, by Hilaire Belloc, published 1929 (68 pp., London: London: Homeland Association Ltd.) accessible at: East Sussex Libraries

The County of Sussex, by Hilaire Belloc, published 1936 (x + 214 pp., London: Cassell & Co.) accessible at: British Library