Joseph Hilaire Pierre Rene Belloc was an Anglo-French author, poet, political activist, soldier and satirist. Belloc arrived in England as a child and after completing his school education, he served in the military. Later on, he studied history at Balliol College at Oxford University and Belloc claimed that his time at Balliol had a profound effect on him. Belloc had also been the President of the Oxford Union, the famed debating society during his days at the university and after he became a citizen of Britain, he went into politics. He was a member of the Liberal Party and went on to serve as the representative of Salford South during his time as a Member of Parliament. On the other hand he was a prolific writer of his era, who revelled in poetry, essays and travel writing pieces. Some of his well-known works as a writer include ‘The Path to Rome’, ‘The Four Men: a Farrago’, ‘The Servile State’ and his most successful work ‘Cautionary Tales for Children’ among others. Belloc was a remarkably multi-faceted man. We bring to you a treasure trove of quotes that have been excerpted from his poems, books, speeches and writings. Read on to explore a compilation of some of the best known quotes by Hilaire Belloc, covering various aspects of life. The quotes would surely leave a lasting impression on your mind and leave you inspired.