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  Maurice Baring - CatholicAuthors.com
Like Chesterton, Baring converted to Catholicism partly under Belloc's influence, and it is possible, perhaps probable, that he would never have emerged as one of the foremost Catholic novelists of the century if he had never met his mercurial mentor.
Baring also brought a depth of culture that few of his generation could equal.
Baring's career as a novelist was relatively short, commencing with the publication of Passing By in 1921 when the author was already nearly 50 years old, and ending prematurely 15 years later as a result of the debilitating effects of Parkinson's disease.
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  Maurice Baring & the good high-brow by Joseph Epstein
Maurice Baring’s is a name one generally meets connected in a secondary or tertiary way with larger names.
Baring was of that generation of Englishmen possessed of the stiff upper lip; in his case this is sometimes forgotten, because that same lip would often collapse into a boyish smile.
In this essay, Baring obviously could not have known that he was speaking not only precisely to the posthumous condition of his own writing, but, in a wider view, even more poignantly to the artistic and intellectual life of our own day.
www.newcriterion.com /archive/11/oct92/epstein.htm   (3772 words)

 Baring - The Asia Pacific Fund
When Sir James Gunn exhibited his famous painting, "The Conversation Piece," depicting G.K. Chesterton, Hilaire Belloc, and Maurice assembled round a
Thousands of naked people stand in Mexico City's main Zocalo plaza during the massive naked photo session with US photographer Spencer Tunick, who is famous
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 Maurice Baring - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maurice Baring (27 April 1874 14 December 1945) was a versatile English man of letters, known as a dramatist, poet, novelist, translator and essayist, and also as a travel writer and war correspondent.
He was the eighth child, and fifth son, of Edward Charles Baring, first Baron Revelstoke, of the Baring banking family, and his wife Louisa Emily Charlotte Bulteel, granddaughter of the second Earl Grey.
Maurice Baring: A Citizen of Europe by Emma Letley
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 Wheelspin: from the London VW Club, mad about Volkswagens
Maurice got his name from Maurice Baring (part of the banking Barings), a friend of the family.
Maurice bought his first car, a 1916 Ford model T chassis for £1 and restored it with the help of his fellows.
Maurice rose to the rank of captain during his career in the army, and eventually retired in 1957, and in 1958 moved to his present house in Berkshire.
www.ltv-vwc.org.uk /wheelspin/ws_june_2003/Captain_maurice_seddon.htm   (1702 words)

 A Battle Plan for Your Family
By the 1920s, when Baring had established a reputation as a Catholic novelist, he was seen in the eyes of the reading public as the third person, alongside Belloc and Chesterton, in a Catholic literary trinity.
Baring's career as a novelist was relatively short, commencing with the publication of Passing By in 1921 and ending prematurely 15 years later with the onset of the debilitating effects of Parkinson's disease.
If Baring felt frustrated at being misunderstood by those who were exiled in ignorance from the faith that breathed life into his novels, he was "too moved to speak" when he learned that François Mauriac had a deep admiration for his work.
www.crisismagazine.com /december2001/feature3.htm   (2545 words)

 On Looker In France - With The Flying Corps (october 1917)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
I arranged with Maurice Baring and Major Bloomfield that Hoidge was to come to Cassel one morning at 11 a.m.
One day I went there with Maurice Baring, and the Major was greatly excited because they had just finished making a little circular saw to cut firewood for the squadron for the winter.
Maurice smoked a little, and it was put safely in its box.
www.oldandsold.com /articles36/france-7.shtml   (1246 words)

 AllRefer.com - Baring (British And Irish History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
He was succeeded by his son Alexander Baring (later 1st baron Ashburton; 1774–1848), who was a pioneer in the financing of United States trade.
He was (1834) president of the Board of Trade in the first administration of Sir Robert Peel and was raised to the peerage in 1835.
The family continued to manage the firm and by 1890 its importance to the British government was such that the Bank of England guaranteed their debts to save them from bankruptcy when Argentina defaulted (1890) on bond payments.
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 Maurice Baring
Born in London in 1874, Maurice Baring was a man of letters, a scion of a family long prominent in the financial ventures of the British Empire.
The son of the 1st Baron Revelstoke (a director of the Bank of England and a senior partner at Baring Bros.) he was educated at Eton and at Cambridge, and joined the diplomatic service in 1898.
Baring is remembered as a versatile, prolific and highly successful writer, who produced articles, plays, biographies, criticism, poetry, translations, stories and novels.
www.fantasticfiction.co.uk /b/maurice-baring   (213 words)

 Curiousities, Grotesqueries, Follies, & Strange Customs
A contemporary of Lord Berners, the Honourable Maurice Baring, was a member of the famous banking family, poet, diplomat, essayist, war correspondent and a noted ‘leafomaniac’.
In fact Maurice Baring took this carefree attitude to all of his posessions, not only his own library.
Baring was received into the Roman Catholic Church in 1909, which he described as 'the only action in my life which I am quite certain I have never regretted'.
www.petticoated.com /curious22.htm   (1622 words)

 Baring — FactMonster.com
Maurice Baring - Baring, Maurice, 1874–1945, English author.
Cromer, Evelyn Baring, 1st earl of - Cromer, Evelyn Baring, 1st earl of, 1841–1917, British administrator in Egypt.
Nemean lion - Nemean lion, in Greek mythology, an enormous lion, said to be the offspring of Echidna and Typhon.
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 Publisher description for Library of Congress control number 85029712   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Misunderstood by his parents and classmates, he became accustomed to hiding his true feelings and it was only after his death that the details of his private life were discovered.
Maurice Baring, who wrote this fictionalized account of his unhappy life, based on true events and personalities.
Maurice Baring was the author of over 50 works, including plays, biographies, translations, poetry, and novels.
www.loc.gov /catdir/enhancements/fy0637/85029712-d.html   (127 words)

 Baring - Georgian Poetry 1916 - 1917 -- Maurice Baring   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Baring - Georgian Poetry 1916 - 1917 -- Maurice Baring
Maurice Baring, the fifth son of the banker, Baron Revelstoke, was born in 1874.
Baring Latin America Partners manages private equity funds covering the Americas.
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 Maurice Culot ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Maurice Brazil Prendergast, In the Park, 1893 - 1894
Maurice de Vlaminck, The Port of Martigues, circa 1914
Maurice Denis, D"apres une nature morte de Cezanne, 1914
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 Maurice Baring
Baring left the diplomatic service in 1904 and joined the Morning Post where he reported on the Russo-Japanese War.
In 1918 Baring became a staff officer of the Royal Air Force.
In the early 1930s Baring began to suffer from paralysis agitans.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /FWWbaring.htm   (210 words)

 Anecdote - Maurice Baring - Party Trick   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
"Maurice Baring used to be well known (and liked to be well known) for his ability to balance a glass of champagne on top of his head.
Once I asked him, at a party, to perform this trick for the benefit of my wife, who had never seen him do it.
Baring, Maurice (1874-1945) British writer [noted for various books and short stories]
www.anecdotage.com /index.php?aid=12946   (206 words)

 Maurice Baring : RFC HQ [Archive] - The Aerodrome Forum
Maurice Baring : RFC HQ [Archive] - The Aerodrome Forum
The Aerodrome Forum > Archives > 2000 > Maurice Baring : RFC HQ View Full Version : Maurice Baring : RFC HQ
I could have expected more from a book which seems to be a reference, but never mind, I now know when and how long the HQ was there, which isn't so bad.
www.theaerodrome.com /forum/archive/index.php/t-9252.html   (193 words)

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Heliodore, the wife of Cinyras, is giving a party in her Athens house after the first production of 'Electra' a new play by Euripides.
In the cold, bare garret of a squalid house in Rome lies a young sculptor whom the gods must love, because he is dying.
Henry VIII and his sixth wife have just sat down to breakfast at the palace.
www.kent.ac.uk /sdfva/invisibleplay/Names/baringmaurice.html   (75 words)

 Maurice Baring Quotes
2 Quotes for 'Maurice Baring' in the Database.
Memory is the greatest of artists, and effaces from your mind what is unnecessary.
All Quotes are provided for educational purposes only and contributed by users.
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 baring - OneLook Dictionary Search
Baring : Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition [home, info]
Phrases that include baring: alexander baring, baring alexander, maurice baring, alexander.
Words similar to baring: bare, denudation, husking, stripping, uncovering, more...
www.onelook.com /?w=baring   (159 words)

 Boston College: John J. Burns Library
In addition there is one manuscript of Baring entitled Three Minutes or the Death of Caesar.
In early life Baring served in the Diplomatic Service, but then turned to journalism and writing.
She is best known for her friendships with Maurice Baring, Hilaire Belloc and Winston Churchill.
www.bc.edu /bc_org/avp/ulib/Burns/britcathms.html   (4191 words)

 Lecture 39: The Man Who Knew Too Much
In this collection of stories, the man who knows too much is Horne Fisher, a character who is generally thought to be based on Chesterton’s good friend, Maurice Baring.
Fisher fits Baring’s physical description, he is a respected member of the upper class, and he seems to know everybody and everything.
By all accounts, the real Baring was a charming, affable gentleman who knew how to laugh and had no fear of making a fool of himself, nonchalantly balancing a full wine glass on his bald head at social gatherings.
www.chesterton.org /discover/lectures/39ManWhoKnewTooMuch.html   (912 words)

 Makow - Illuminati Used Appeasement To Trick Hitler Into War
Waley-Cohen was the Chairman of the Rothschild-controlled Shell Oil and the leader of the British Jewish Community.
Other bankers, banking scions and industrialists include Eugen Spier, Maurice Baring, Leonard Montefiore, Edward Guggenheim, Sir Robert Mond and Sir Phillip Sassoon.
Prominent civil servants include Rex Leeper of the Foreign Office ruling clique and Sir Maurice Hankey, who as cabinet secretary and Clerk of the Privy Council knew all the secrets.
www.rense.com /general73/ilum.htm   (1146 words)

 Baring's "From the Diary of Iseult of Brittany"
Baring's "From the Diary of Iseult of Brittany"
Return to the Tristan and Isolt Menu of The Camelot Project at the University of Rochester
They said he was suffering from hypertrophy of the sensory nerves.
www.lib.rochester.edu /camelot/baringib.htm   (1298 words)

 Jay Dillon / Rare Books & Manuscripts || (Onassis) Lovat 1948
He was evidently a great admirer of the English Catholic writers Maurice Baring (1874—1945) and Ronald Knox (1888—1957).
And Leonard gave the Kennedys one other book at the same time as he gave this one to Mrs Kennedy: A copy of Leonard’s own translation of Victor Giraud’s biography of St Vincent de Paul (1955), newly published, which Leonard inscribed warmly “To Jack and Jacqueline with love and admiration.
The present volume comprises a Memoir, by Laura Lovat; Letters [by Maurice Baring]; Verse [by Maurice Baring]; an essay On the effect of the classics on Maurice Baring’s mind, by Ronald A. Knox; and a Letter [in French] to Laura Lady Lovat from Princess Marthe Bibesco.
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BARING BROTHERS & CO. - REFERENCE (1859) The Stephen S. Remak Papers
BARING, MAURICE - REF. BY HART-DAVIS, RUPERT 1954 Harman Grisewood Papers II The Frederick & Maria Shrady Papers
gulib.lausun.georgetown.edu /dept/speccoll/mi/mi}134.htm   (437 words)

 C by Maurice Baring
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Baring's homage to a decadent and carefree Edwardian age depicts a society as yet untainted by the traumas and complexities of twentieth-century living.
With wit and subtlety a happy picture is drawn of family life, house parties in the country and a leisured existence clouded only by the rumblings of the Boer War.
www.fantasticfiction.co.uk /b/maurice-baring/c.htm   (117 words)

 Baring, Maurice - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Find newspaper and magazine articles plus images and maps related to "Baring, Maurice" at HighBeam.
The Concise Oxford Companion to English Literature; 1/1/2003; MARGARET DRABBLE and JENNY STRINGER; 85 words
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 Baring Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
by Anne Baring, Jules Cashford, Laurens Van Der Post (Foreword by)
This encyclopedic and easily comprehended work, whose range extends from the Paleolithic Age to the present-day Gaia Hypothesis, is a grand synthesis of art, mythology, literature, and psychology.
C's personal effects were sent to Maurice Baring, who wrote this fictionalized account of his...
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