Hilary Douglas Clark Pepler

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Harry Douglas Clark Pepler (18781951), conocido como Hilary Pepler, fue un pintor, escritor y poeta inglés. Estuvo asociado tanto con Eric Gill como con G. K. Chesterton, trabajando en publicaciones bajo intereses comunes. Junto a Gill y Desmond Chute en 1920 fueron fundadores de una comunidad católica de artesanos en Ditchling, Sussex, que adoptó el nombre de The Guild of St Joseph and St Dominic.

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  • The Care Committee. The Child & the Parent (1914)
  • The Devil's Devices or, Control versus Service. With Woodcuts by Eric Gill (1915)
  • Three Poems (St. Dominic's Press, 1918)
  • Nisi Dominus (1919)
  • Concerning Dragons (St. Dominic's Press, 1921)
  • The Law the Lawyers Know About (Saint Dominic's Press, 1923)
  • The Service for the Burial of the Dead according to the use of the Orthodox Greek Church in London. The Greek Text with a rendering in English (1922)
  • In Petra. Being a Sequel to 'Nisi Dominus' (Saint Dominic's Press, 1923)
  • Libellus lapidum (1924) with David Jones
  • Judas or the betrayal: a play in one act (St. Dominic's Press 1926)
  • Pilate - A Passion Play (St Dominic's Press, 1928)
  • Plays For Puppets (St. Dominic's Press, 1929)
  • A Nativity Play: The Three Wise Men (1929)
  • Le Boeuf et L'Ane et deux autres pieces pour marionettes (St. Dominic's Press 1930)
  • St. George and the Dragon: A One Act Play (1932)
  • Mimes Sacred & Profane (St. Dominic's Press, 1932)
  • The Hand Press: An Essay Written and Printed by Hand for the Society of Typographic Arts, Chicago (1934)
  • The Field Is Won (1935) play
  • The Four Minstrels of Bremen and "The Two Robbers", being more Plays for Puppets (St. Dominic's Press)
  • A Letter About Eric Gill (1950)

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