Routledge, 2021

Editor: Florence S. Boos

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This Companion draws together historical and critical responses to the impressive range of Morris’s multi-faceted life and activities: his homes, travels, family, business practices, decorative artwork, poetry, fantasy romances, translations, political activism, eco-socialism, and book collecting and design. Each chapter provides valuable historical and literary background information, reviews relevant opinions on its subject from the late-nineteenth century to the present, and offers new approaches to important aspects of its topic.

Morris’s eclectic methodology and the perennial relevance of his insights and practice make this an essential handbook for those interested in art history, poetry, translation, literature, book design, environmentalism, political activism, and Victorian and utopian studies.

Contributors: Paul Acker, Phillippa Bennett, Florence S. Boos, Jim Cheshire, Yuri Cowan, Nicholas Frankel, Margaretta Frederick, Julia Griffin, Charles Harvey, Elizabeth Helsinger, Owen Holland, David Latham, David Mabb, Mairi Maclean, Christopher Miele, Elizabeth C. Miller, Patrick O’Sullivan, Tony Pinkney, John Plotz, Jon Press, Michael Robertson, Frank C. Sharp, Martin Stott, and William Whitla

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