William Morris was a prolific writer of poetry, fiction, essays, and translations of ancient and medieval texts. His first poems were published when he was 24 years old, and he was polishing his final novel, The Sundering Flood, at the time of his en: Jenny Morris, May Morris. Genre/Form: Bibliographie Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scott, Temple, Bibliography of the works of William Morris. In addition to these -- complete descriptions and collations of the books issued from the Kelmscott press, as well as references to essays and articles upon William Morris and his Pages: The William Morris Collection at the Archives and Rare Books Library, University of Cincinnati By Lilia Walsh Author’s note: This bibliography has been divided into sections by subject. All volumes written by Morris appear in the ‘Translated/written by W illiam Morris’ section, even if .
William Morris has books on Goodreads with ratings. William Morris’s most popular book is The Wood Beyond the World. William Morris is a famous Victorian author, artist, and socialist. Morris was born in England in to a wealthy family. In his early life, he trained as an architect and artist, and befriended many artists of the Pre-Raphaelite school during his time at Oxford. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Morris (Morris, William, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.. Morris, William, The Aims of Art (London: Office of "The Commonweal", ) multiple formats at Google; US access only. Two notable prose works came out of this political phase, The Dream of John Ball () and News from Nowhere (). In these works Morris contrasts the ugliness of the machine world with the poetry and beauty of the Middle Ages, setting forth the doctrine that art is .
The Books of William Morris Described. London: Frank Hollings, [reprinted ]. Formerly the standard bibliography of Morris's books despite the inclusion of forgeries and piracies perpetrated by the author and his friend Thomas J. Wise; for a more current bibliography, see Eugene Le Mire, The Bibliography of William Morris, below. William Morris, (born Ma , Walthamstow, near London, England—died October 3, , Hammersmith, near London), English designer, craftsman, poet, and early socialist, whose designs for furniture, fabrics, stained glass, wallpaper, and other decorative arts generated the Arts and Crafts movement in England and revolutionized Victorian taste. The present book faithfully reproduces 40 of the most celebrated examples of Morris's work, reprinting in full color all the color plates from The Art of William Morris, published by George Bell & Sons in Included in this splendid, ready-to-use archive are richly detailed wallpaper designs incorporating marigold, vine, acanthus, apple, wild tulip, daisy and trellis motifs; hand-painted tiles with a rose . All items listed in this section include William S. Peterson's citation numbers from A Bibliography of The Kelmscott Press (SPC REF ZM87P44 ). This bibliography provides additional details about the majority of Kelmscott Press materials in the William Morris Collection.