William Morris in the Twenty-first Century

Phillippa Bennett (Editor), Rosie Miles (Editor)

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    Abstract

    William Morris was one of the outstanding writers, artists and political activists of the nineteenth century. This book examines the significance of his legacy and his continuing influence in the twenty-first century. Currently many of Morris’s primary concerns are once again at the forefront of social, political and academic debate, and his work continues to attract interest across a range of academic disciplines. Now is a particularly apt time for the publication of this collection of new essays, which opens up original areas of debate and encourages innovative ways of approaching and understanding William Morris in a new century. The book contains essays from scholars and professionals researching and working in fields relevant to Morris’s diverse interests. The contributors offer a reappraisal of his achievements and influence in areas such as literature, art, architecture, politics, environmentalism, science and technology. The essays provide a comprehensive introduction for those new to Morris Studies whilst presenting a series of fresh perspectives for those already familiar with Morris’s work
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherPeter Lang
    Number of pages287
    Volume20
    ISBN (Print)9783034301060
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2010

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    Bennett, P., & Miles, R. (Eds.) (2010). William Morris in the Twenty-first Century. Peter Lang.