Author:William Morris

William Morris
(1834–1896)
English artist, writer, socialist and activist; one of the principal founders of the British arts and crafts movement, a writer of poetry and fiction and a pioneer of the socialist movement in Britain
This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "W. Mo."
William Morris

WorksEdit

  • 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


BooksEdit

PoetryEdit

CollectionsEdit


Individual poemsEdit

Short works: Essays, Lectures and AddressesEdit

EditorEdit

TranslationsEdit

Contributions to EB1911Edit

OtherEdit

Work about MorrisEdit


 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.