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 Morris, RichardMozley, James Bowling, D.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Morris, William
 
(b. Walthamstow, 1834). “The Defence of Guenevere” (1858); “The Life and Death of Jason” (1867); “The Earthly Paradise” (1868–70); “Translations from the Icelandic” (1869); “The Story of Grettir the Strong” (1869); “Love is Enough” (1872); “Three Northern Love Stories” (1875); “The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs” (1876); a translation of the “Æneid” (1876); a translation of the “Odyssey” (1887), “A Dream of John Ball,” etc. (1888); “Signs of Change” (1888), “The Roots of the Mountains” (1889), “A Tale of the House of the Wolfings” (1889); “News from Nowhere” (1890); “Poems by the Way” (1891); “The Story of the Glittering Plain” (1891), “Gothic Architecture” (1893); “Socialism, its Growth and Outcome,” with E. Belfort Bax (1893). “The Wood Beyond the World” (1894). Co-editor of the Saga Library, and translator of some of the Sagas. For Criticisms, see Stedman’s “Victorian Poets,” Swinburne’s “Essays and Studies,” Forman’s “Living Poets,” Edinburgh Review (1871), Quarterly Review (1872), Westminster Review (1868), Blackwood’s Magazine (1869), etc.   1
 


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