Poems by the Way
William Morris (1834-1896) was a British artist and writer. Morris wrote poetry, fiction and translated Icelandic. Morris was part of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, and was one of the founders of the British Arts and Crafts Movement. Morris believed that art should be hand made and affordable. He also felt that no one form of art was superior to any other. As an artist Morris worked with textiles in weaving, dyeing, carpet making, and wood block printing. His writing often reflected his socialist views. Some of the poems in the collection are From the Upland to the Sea, Of the Wooing of Hallbiorn the Strong, Echoes of Love's House, The Burghers' Battle, Hope Deith: Love Liveth, Error and Loss, The Hall and the Wood, The Day of Days, To the Muse of the North, and Of the Three Seekers
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