Unviersity of Georgia Press, The Mood of Energy," An Interpretation," Studies in Philology, 51 , The Defence of Guenevere and Other Poems. Essays on William Morris and Pre-Raphaelitism , ed. Carole Silver, New York and London: The William Morris Society, , The Construction of A Male Self, Ohio University Press, , Arthurian Romances as Reconstructed Childhood. Morris' Medievalism and the Disappearance of the Self. The William Morris Society, , William Morris's Arthurian Imagery.
Essays in English Literature. The University Press, Toward a Definition of Literary Pre-Raphaelitism. Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net Summer Reading William Morris , edited David Latham.
University of Toronto Press, An Introdu ction to William Morris. George Allen and Unwin, , pp. Routledge and Kegan Paul, , pp. Liverpool and London, , A Study in Poetic Eclecticism. The Life and Death of Jason. University of Virginia, , pp. The Romance of William Morris. An Approach to the Poetry. Cecil Woolf, , First Prologue," with annotations [pdf] Supplementary Materials: British Library Manuscript Add.
An Omitted Earthly Paradise Tale. The Wanderers BL Add. Morris' 'Story of Dorothea,'" Victorian Poetry Boos Introduction to "Apology" Introduction to "Prologue: William Morris Society in the United States, Morris's Re-writing of The Earthly Paradise. University of Texas Press, , Davies, William DeVane, and R. Cornell University Press, , The Earthly Paradise" and "Workshop Notes.
Basil Blackwell, , vol. University of Virginia Press, A Note on The Earthly Paradise. London, Oxford, and Cambridge: London, Oxford and Cambridge: Bollandus, Joannes and Henscheim, Godefidus. The Works of Robert Browning , with intro. Smith, Elder and Co. Chapman and Hall, The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer.
Popular Tales from the Norse. Edmonston and Douglass, Translations from the Norske folkeventry collected by MM. Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining Countries. Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The Poems of John Keats. Andromeda, and Other Poems. Ticknor and Fields, The Heroes; or Greek Fairy Tales. Lane, Edward William, trans. A new edition, revised Rev. The Poems of Tennyson. Chronicle of the Kings of England. April , 95, Love Is Enough, MS.
Review of Love Is Enough. Morris's Love is Enough. The Life of William Morris , London: The Collected Works of William Morris. Love Is Enough and Poems by the Way. Longmans, Green and Co. Review, Academy , December , vol. Of the birth and fostering of Sinfiotli, Signy's Son V. Of the slaying of Siggeir the Goth-king VI.
Brown University , n. Also see headnote, "Manuscripts and Revisions. Epic and Empire in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Frith, Richard, "The Worship of Courage: Palmgren and Lorretta M. Palgrave Macmillan, , William Morris Society in the United States, , Victorian Poetry, Europe, and the Challenge of Cosmopolitanism.
Ohio State University Press, , Cosmopolitanism and the Racial Dynamics of Morris's Europe. Prinzipien und Andwendung des Stabreims in W. Morris' "Sigurd the Volsung. Gottlob Volkhardsche Druckerei, Classification of Documents [pdf] Chapter 1. The Language of Translation [pdf] Chapter 2. Thesis University of Iowa, Magnusson, Eirikr and William Morris, trans.
WaIter Scott, , pp.
Meredith, Emily , "Iceland and William Morris: English Poetry and Old Norse Myth: Oxford University Press, Sigurd the Volsung ," After Summer Seed: Tucker, Herbert, "All for the Tale: Britain's Heroic Muse Collected Works , ed. Sinfiotli," After Summer Seed: University of Missouri Press, Introduction to " Los Peregrino de la Esperanza: Thesis, University of Iowa, Elton, Oliver, review, Academy. Poems by the Way," Victorian Poetry Poems by the Way , Bristol: William Morris's Chants for Socialists. The Pilgrims of Hope, Commonweal Chapter 1, pp.
Text of Poems by the Way The Message of the March Wind.
The Half of Life Gone. Nearly fair copy of the "Apology," "Prologue: The Wanderers" and early interconnective passages for April. In pencil; a few verbal changes. The final draft is in Huntington Library Ms. William Morris and Penelope Fitzgerald. Cambridge UP, , Reeves and Turner, Serialization in Commonweal Chapter 1, pp. The Chronicles of Jean Froissart. Southern Illinois University Press.
Essays in Victorian Medievalism, ed. William Morris and the Idea of England. William Morris Society, All Chapters Guy, Josephine M. The Theory and Politics of Tradition. New York and London: The Change Beyond the Change: A Dream of John Ball. The Encouragement and Warning of History: Socialism and the Literary Artistry of William Morris , eds. Florence Boos and Carole Silver. U Missouri Press, , A Study in Reactionary Liberalism. William Morris and Svatopluk Cech. William Morris's Utopian Print: Stanford University Press, , Sheffield Academic Press, , Watt Tyler, ," in Nicholas Salmon, ed.
Unpublished in Morris's lifetime; included in Eugene Le Mire, ed. Wayne State University Press, Wayne State University Press, , Delivered March 3, to the Birmingham and Midland Institute. Delivered March 10, to the Birmingham and Midland Institute. Swan Sonnenshein, , co-authored with E. The House of the Wolfings, London: Also discusses other prose romances. William Morris , Charlottesville: William Morris's Germanic Romances.
Editorial Reviews. Review. This short tome tells the story of a young hero whose bride-to-be is kidnapped, and of the travels and travails he must undergo to. The Kelmscott Press Golden Legend: A Documentary History of its Production . "The Glittering Plain," English Illustrated Magazine, .. New York: Burt, . and original punctuation and footnoting preserved in order to enable citation. Frith, Richard, "The Worship of Courage: William Morris's Sigurd the Volsung.
Harvard University, , Andreas Haarder, et al. Odense Unversity Press, , Chapter X Concluded [ pdf ] Chapter 14 6. William Morris and Richard Jefferies. Structure, Language and Allusion. Teaching William Morris's Ideal Book. William Morris in the Rare Book Room. Regnegotiating Gender and Power , ed. Morgan, New Brunswick and London: Rutgers University Press, DQR Studies in Literature, vol. Boos, Florence and William Boos. Boos, Florence and William. Boos and Carole G. A Future History of 'Home Colonization.
William Morris's News from Nowhere. Review, Academy , 23 May, , xxxix, Following the war he produced both a general history of the war, The Great Boer War , and the present work in which he defended "British policy if not always British practice.
In pencil on the half-title he has written "corrections," on the first blank noting in ink, "Title page, same as cover;" and at page he has toned down some of his comments on the German press, removing intensifiers, and revising the final sentence of a paragraph, adding the new sixteen-word final clause in holograph.
Holmes, they were the footprints of a gigantic hound! Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Original red cloth decorated in gilt and black. In all, quite a presentable copy. George Newnes, Limited, Spine very slightly faded, minor rubbing to extremities. Internally lightly browned, occasional spots of foxing, small amount of colour bleed to fore-edge of final few pages. Complete with sixteen illustrations by Sydney Paget. Now housed in a cloth drop back box made by Temple Bookbinders, which replicates the design by Alfred Garth Jones found on the original cloth binding.
Temple Rare Books ]. A nice bright copy of the First Edition in First State with an inserted inscription from the author. Frontispiece and fifteen plates by Sidney Paget. Cover design by Alfred Garth Jones. Click on illustration Skilfully recased retaining original endpapers dated August 21st the book is clean sound and tight. Further scans on request. John L Capes ]. London; George Newnes, First edition, first printing. Original red cloth with gilt and black design by Alfred Garth Jones. Very slightly out of square. The spine is a bit faded and has a few small specks.
Spine ends and corners slightly bumped. Light spotting on the edges, which is faintly visible in the margins of a few pages. All plates are fine. From the library of Thore Virgin, and with his stamp ''Bibliotheca Qvarnforsiana'' on front free endpaper and on the verso of the title.
Patrik Andersson Antikvariat ]. Illustrated by the Author. An extraordinary example with three key manuscript highlights tipped-in: Etched by the author. Two columns of decoding followed by: I am sorry that any of my handicraft should have disturbed your dinner. I should imagine it would be quite hopeless to find one in the small drawing what the runes meant but I have looked up the original pictures and found that on the cross bar of the H, I put myself on record as having also written all the plays ascribed to Mrs.
I hope now that you and your friends will be able to return to their respective vocations. An extremely good example showing light use.
Number one of four copies printed entirely on vellum and signed by the publisher, Thomas Mosher. With a frontispiece portrait of the author. Bound in full vellum, with gilt stamping to the spine. The two cloth fore-edge ties are both intact. Fine in the original blue cardboard slipcase, which is generally worn including partial separation of the bottom edge and an apparently re-glued spine panel. Some shelf rubbing to bottom edges, spines evenly and mildly toned, all else bright and fresh. Moshers Quarto Series no. Limited to copies on Van Gelder paper Two volumes.
Each volume with portrait frontispiece, Ballads with facsimile. Title-pages with Mosher anchor and dolphin device in red. Beautifully bound in by Spanish binder Emilio Brugalla in quarter teal crushed morocco with the entire outer edges rather than the corners with marbled sides, t. Ambroise Vollard, , first Rodin edition, number 92 of copies total edition ; text by Octave Mirbeau is here illustrated with 20 original lithographs of nudes by Auguste Rodin, 18 of which are in colors; engraved by E. Folio 13 x Fache, housed in slipcase. Mercure de France, Librairie Le Feu Follet ].
Rubbed to extremities, very light soiling to covers, minor abrasions above title, small chip to head of spine. Edges of text block lightly foxed, with light foxing to endpapers, title and first few pages, small red pen dot to rear endpaper, generally quite bright and clean. Colour frontispiece and forty-one line drawings throughout. Now housed in a velvet lined drop back box made by Temple Bookbinders, with the title blocked to the spine and the front cover of the book replicated on the front cover of the box.
The second impression of the privately printed first work by Potter with the rounded back rather than the flat back , with only two hundred copies printed. Linder page , Quinby 1A. First state of the text with "wept big tears" on page Illustrated with 30 fine colour plates by the Author throughout. A beautiful, fine, tight and clean copy. One small tear about quarter inch , without any loss, to the top of the lower inner hinge endpaper otherwise an exceptionally fine and bright copy.
The book has been kept clean and fresh by being covered in an early plain glassine wrapper. This glassine is not the original publishers printed wrapper but has certainly been on the book a long time and has done its job of protecting the boards. A rare survivor in such wonderful condition.
The spine lettered and ruled in gilt. Hand marbled paper covered boards. The box edges covered in dark green cloth Paul Foster Books ]. Frederick Warne and Co. Bound in recent brown half morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, original pictorial paper covered boards, leaf-pattern endpapers at front. Some light foxing to verso of front free endpaper, the occasional minor blemish, an excellent copy. First trade edition, following two private editions.
With the original leaf-pattern endpapers and with "wept big tears" on p. Very Good with no dust jacket. This copy number of copies of the "Alumni Edition. Spines toned, midl shelf wear, paper labels with wear.
Text leaves with untrimmed edges. Volumes show external wear, with darkening and smudging to spines. Front cover of final volume has two small stains one of which is faint , with spine of the same also showing small stain. Third volume shows light spotting to upper portion of front cover. Books are solidly bound.
A leader of the Progressive Movement, he served as President of Princeton University from to , and then as the Governor of New Jersey from to In his first term as President, Wilson persuaded a Democratic Congress to pass major progressive reforms. Cooper argues that, in his first term, Wilson successfully pushed a legislative agenda that few presidents have equaled, and remained unmatched up until the New Deal.
Child labor was curtailed by the Keating-Owen Act of , but the U. Supreme Court declared it unconstitutional in He also had Congress pass the Adamson Act, which imposed an 8-hour workday for railroads. Narrowly re-elected in , he had full control of American entry into World War I, and his second term centered on World War I and the subsequent peace treaty negotiations in Paris.
He based his re-election campaign around the slogan, "He kept us out of war", but U. Neutrality was challenged in early when the German government began unrestricted submarine warfare despite repeated strong warnings, and tried to enlist Mexico as an ally. In April , Wilson asked Congress to declare war. During the war, Wilson focused on diplomacy and financial considerations, leaving the waging of the war itself primarily in the hands of the Army.
During his term in office, Wilson gave a well-known Flag Day speech that fueled the wave of anti-German sentiment sweeping the country in In the late stages of the war, Wilson took personal control of negotiations with Germany, including the armistice. In , he issued his Fourteen Points, his view of a post-war world that could avoid another terrible conflict. In , he went to Paris to create the League of Nations and shape the Treaty of Versailles, with special attention on creating new nations out of defunct empires. Wilson collapsed with a debilitating stroke that left his wife in control until he left office in March The Senate rejected the Treaty of Versailles, the U.
An intellectual with very high writing standards, he was also a highly effective partisan campaigner as well as legislative strategist. A Presbyterian of deep religious faith, Wilson appealed to a gospel of service and infused a profound sense of moralism into his idealistic internationalism, now referred to as "Wilsonian". Wilsonianism calls for the United States to enter the world arena to fight for democracy, and has been a contentious position in American foreign policy.
Gervais Edition" our copy being Translated by Edith Mary Norris. With a general introduction by Jules Claretie. With dozens of plates, some in color. Charles Paul de Kock was a very popular and prolific 19th century French novelist who found a wide audience, especially outside France. It is revealing, for example, that Thackeray's Major Pendennis says that he has read no novels for 30 years except those by de Kock, "who certainly made him laugh.
Complete sets of de Kock's works are now rarely seen on the market, and certainly not in anything like our beautiful bindings, whose spines offer about as pleasing a stretch of shelf leather as any item in the catalogue. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev ]. Der ganzen Reihe Ueber die von einem elliptisch schwingenden Ion emittierte und absorbirte Energie; Ders.