- Early romances of William Morris in prose and verse, 1907 (external scan)
- Stories from Morris, 1907 (external scan)
- The collected works of William Morris; with introductions by his daughter May Morris, 1910
- v. 1. The defence of Guenevere. The hollow land.
- v. 2. The life and death of Jason.
- v. 3-6. The earthly paradise.
- v. 7. The story of Grettir the Strong. The story of the Volsungs and Niblungs.
- v. 8. Journals of travel in Iceland. 1871. 1873.(external scan)
- v. 9. Love is enough. Poems by the way.
- v. 10. Three northern love stories. The tale of Beowulf.
- v. 11. The Æneids of Virgil.
- v. 12. The story of Sigurd the Volsung and the fall of the Niblungs.
- v. 13. the Odyssey of Homer done into English verse.
- v. 14. The house of the Wolfings. The story of the Glittering plain.
- v. 15. The roots of the mountains.
- v. 16. News from Nowhere. A dream of John Ball. A king's lesson.
- v. 17. The wood beyond the world. Child Christopher. Old French romances.
- v. 18-19. The well at the world's end.--v. 20. The water of the wondrous isles.
- v. 21. The sundering flood. Unfinished romances.
- v. 22. Hopes and fears for art. Lectures on art and industry.
- v. 23. Signs of change. Lectures on socialism.
- v. 24. Scenes from the fall of Troy and other poems and fragments
- Prose and poetry (1856-1870), 1913 (external scan)
- William Morris, 1923 (external scan)
- The Hollow Land (1856)
- "A Dream of John Ball" (1888), illustrated by Edward Burne-Jones (start transcription)
- The House of the Wolfings (1888) (external scan)
- The Roots of the Mountains (1890) (external scan)
- News from Nowhere, or an Epoch of Rest: Being Some Chapters from a Utopian Romance (1891) (external scan)
- The Story of the Glittering Plain, or the Land of Living Men (1891) (external scan)
- Socialism, its growth & outcome With Ernest Belfort Bax, 1893 (external scan)
- The Wood Beyond the World (1894) (external scan)
- Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair (1895) (external scan)
- The Well at the World's End: A Tale (1896)
- The Water of the Wondrous Isles (1897) (external scan)
- The Sundering Flood (1897) (transcription project)
- The Poems of William Morris, 1904 (external scan)
- The Defence of Guenevere, and Other Poems (1858) (external scan)
- The Life and Death of Jason (1867) (external scan)
- The Earthly Paradise (1868–1870) (external scan) (The Earthly Paradise: A Poem (part II), Project Gutenberg)
- Atalanta's race, and other tales from The earthly paradise, 1888 (external scan)
- The doom of King Acrisius (external scan)
- Love Is Enough, or the Freeing of Pharamond: A Morality (1873) (external scan)
- The Pilgrims of Hope (1885) (external scan)
- Chants for Socialists (1885) (external scan)
- Briar Rose (1890) (external scan)
- Poems by the Way (1891) (external scan)
- Pre-Raphaelite ballads, 1900 (external scan)
- Early poems of William Morris, illustrated by Florence Harrison. New York: Dodge. 1914
- The Defence of Guenevere; King Arthur's Tomb; Sir Galahad, a Christmas Mystery; The Chapel in Lyoness; Sir Peter Harpdon's End; Rapunzel; The Blue Closet; Concerning Geffray Teste Noire; A Good Knight in Prison; Golden Wings; The Eve of Crecy; Old Love; Father John's War Song; The Gilliflower of Gold; The Judgment of God; Shameful Death; The Sailing of the Sword; The Little Tower; The Wind; Spellbound; The Tune of Seven Towers; Two Red Roses Across the Moon; The Haystack in the Floods; Welland River; Riding Together; Sir Giles' War Song; Near Avalon; Praise of My Lady; Summer Dawn; In Prison.
- The lovers of Gudrun, 1870 (external scan)
- "The Defence of Guenevere"
- "The Blue Closet"
- "Masters in This Hall"
- "Minstrels and Maids"
- "Pygmalion and the Image" (external scan)
Short works: Essays, Lectures and AddressesEdit
- The decorative arts, their relation to modern life and progress, 1878 short work (external scan)
- Labour and pleasure, versus labour and sorrow, 1880 (external scan)
- Chapter VI. The lesser arts of life in Lectures on Art (1882) (external scan)
- Hopes and Fears for Art (1882) (external scan)
- A Summary of the Principles of Socialism with Henry Mayers Hyndman, 1884
- "Textile fabrics" in The Health Exhibition Literature, 1884 (external scan)
- Art and socialism, 1884 (external scan)
- "Mural Decoration" (1884) in Encyclopaedia Brittanica (1911), vol. 17; with John Henry Middleton
- The Aims Of Art, 1887 (external scan)
- Signs of Change (1888) (external scan)
- The revolt of Ghent, 1890 (external scan)
- The soul of man under socialism, The socialist ideal art, and The coming solidarity. With Oscar Wilde, W. C. Owen, 1892 (external scan)
- Monopoly, or, How labor is robbed, 1893 (external scan)
- "Preface," "Textiles," "Printing," and "Of Dyeing as a Art" in Arts and Crafts Essays (1893) (external scan)
- Art Under Plutocracy Published in Today, 1884?, reprinted in Collected Works of William Morris (1910-1915), Volume 23 (M. Morris, Ed.). London: Longmans, Green & Co.
- Useful work versus useless toil, 1893 (external scan)
- True and false society, 1893 (external scan)
- How I became a socialist, 1896 (external scan)
- Art and the beauty of the earth, 1898 (external scan)
- An address delivered by William Morris at the distribution of prizes to students of the Birmingham municipal school of art, 1898 (external scan)
- Some hints on pattern-designing, 1899 (external scan)
- Architecture and history, and Westminster Abbey, 1900 (external scan)
- Art and its producers, and The arts and crafts of to-day, 1901 (external scan)
- Architecture, industry & wealth; collected papers, 1902 (external scan)
- The art and craft of printing, 1902 (external scan)
- The art of the people, 1902 (external scan)
- The hollow land: and other contributions to the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine, 1903 (external scan)
- Factory work as it is and might be, 1922 (external scan)
- The Commonweal, 1885-1889 vol 6 no 209
- Poems chosen out of the works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 1896 (external scan)
- The Story of Grettir the Strong with Eiríkr Magnússon (1869) (external scan)
- Three Northern Love Stories, and Other Tales with Eiríkr Magnússon (1875) (external scan)
- The Æneids of Virgil, 1876 (external scan)
- The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs with Eiríkr Magnússon (1877) (external scan)
- The Odyssey of Homer, 1887 (external scan)
- The Saga library, 1891
- Of the friendship of Amis and Amile, 1894 (external scan)
- The Tale of Beowulf with A. J. Wyatt (1895), translation into modern English (external scan)
- Old French Romances, Done into English (1896) (external scan)
Contributions to EB1911Edit
- "Mural Decoration," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., 1911) (in part)
- Preface to Good King Wenceslas by John Mason Neale, (1904). (external scan)
- Preface to The Nature of Gothic by John Ruskin, 1892 (external scan)
- Preface to Medieval lore by Anglicus Bartholomaeus, 1893 (external scan)
- Foreward to Utopia by Thomas More, 1893 (external scan)
Work about MorrisEdit
- "Morris, William (10)," in Alumni Oxonienses: the Members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886, by Joseph Foster, London: Parker and Co. (1888–1892) in 4 vols.
- "Morris, William," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., 1911)
- "Morris, William," in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons (1910)
- "William Morris," in Cartoon portraits and biographical sketches of men of the day, by anonymous, illustrated by Frederick Waddy, London: Tinsley Brothers (1873)
- William Morris: poet, artist, socialist by Francis Watts Lee, 1891 (external scan)
- William Morris as an Exponent of Socialism, 1905
- "Morris, William (1834-1896)," in Dictionary of National Biography, 1901 supplement, London: Smith, Elder, & Co. (1901) in 3 vols.
- Mackail, John William (1899). The Life of William Morris. London etc.: Longmans, Green & Co.
- Glasier, J. Bruce (1921). William Morris and the Early Days of the Socialist Movement. London etc.: Longmans, Green & Co.
- William Morris: His Work and Influence by Arthur Clutton-Brock, 1914 (external scan)
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