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    • Miles, Rosie. "Virtual Paradise: Editing William Morris for the Twenty-First Century," William Morris in the Twenty-First Century, eds. Phillippa Bennett and Rosie Miles, Peter Lang, 2010, 231-55.
  • Images of William Morris

BOOK ARTS

The Kelmscott Press

The Book that Never Was: Designs for an Illustrated Earthly Paradise

 Calligraphy

Morris's Library

Edward Burne-Jones Illustrations

Poems Printed in Periodicals

  • Title page of The Oxford and Cambridge MagazineJanuary 1, 1856, Oxford and Cambridge Magazine, see "Early Poems" and "Early Romances."
  • The God of the Poor," Fortnightly Review 4, n. s., (1 August 1868), 139-45. ("There was a lord that hight Maltete,") Published in Poems by the Way.
  • "The Two Sides of the River," Fortnightly Review 4, n. s. (October 1868), 379-82. ("O winter, o white winter, wert thou gone"). Published in Poems by the Way
  • "Hapless Love," Good Words 10 (1 April 1869), 264-65. ("Why do you sadly go alone")
  • "On the Edge of the Wilderness," Fortnightly Review 5 n. s. (April 1869), 391-94. (Whence comest thou, and where goest thou?"). Published in Poems by the Way.
  • "The Death of Paris," Every Saturday 8 (13 November 1869), 625-30.
  • “Rhyme Slayeth Shame” ( If as I come unto her she might hear, / If words might reach her when away I go, ), Atlantic Monthly, 25/198, February 1870, 144.
  • "May Grown A-Cold," Atlantic Monthly 25/151 (1 May, 1870), 553.
  • "Dark Wood," Fortnightly Review, February 1871, 219-20. ("Upon an eve I sat me down and wept") Included in the 1870 "A Book of Verse"; published in Poems by the Way as "Error and Loss," CW, 9, 108.
  • "The Seasons," The Academy (1 February 1871), 109.
  • "The King of Denmark's Sons," Scribner's Monthly 5.3 (January 1873), 294-97. Published in Poems by the Way.
  • "Love's Gleaning Tide," Athenaeum, no. 2424 (11 April 1874), 492. ("Draw not away thy hands, my love,") Published in Poems by the Way.
  • "The First Foray of Aristomenes," Athenaeum, no. 2533 (13 May 1876), 663-64. ("On toiled the sons of the exiles up the steep,")
  • "The Three Seekers," To-Day 1.1 n. s. (January 1884), 25-29. ("There met three knights on the woodland way,") Published inPoems by the Way.
  • "The Hall and the Wood," English Illustrated Magazine (February 1890), 351-54. ("'Twas in the water-dwindling tide") Published in Poems by the Way.
  • “Meeting in Winter” (Winter in the world it is / Round about the unhoped kiss), a song from "The Story of Orpheus and Eurydice," The English Illustrated Magazine, March 1884, 339-40. Published in Poems by the Way.
  • "The Voice of Toil," Justice 1.12 (5 April 1884), 5. Published in Poems by the Way.
  • "All for the Cause," Justice 1.14 (19 April 1884), 5. Published in Poems by the Way.
  • "No Master," Justice, 1.21 (7 June 1884), 5.
  • "The March of the Workers," Commonweal 1.1 (February 1885), 4; 1.2 (March 1885).
  • "The Message of the March Wind," Commonweal, March 1885 1.2. Published in Poems by the Way.
  • "Untitled Verse," Commonweal 4.119 (21 April 1888). ("Lo when we wade the tangled wood")
  • "The Burghers' Battle," The Athenaeum (16 June 1888), 761. Published in Poems by the Way.
  • "May Day," Justice, 30 April 1892. ("O Earth, once again cometh Spring to deliver")
  • "Mine and Thine," Commonweal 5.164 (2 November 1889), 67. Published in Poems by the Way.
  • "The Day of Days," The Humane Review, July 1890; Time, November 1890. Reprinted in Poems by the Way.
  • "The New Year," The Artist 13 (January 1892), 3.
  • "May Day, 1894," Justice 11.538 (5 May 1894), 1.
  • "The Days That Were," Eclectic Magazine 68.6, n. s. (December 1898), 785. (poem used as an epigraph for The House of the Wolfings)

Prose Printed in Periodicals

Morris and the Book Arts Bibliography

POETRY

Morris' Early Poems

The Defence of Guenevere

The Life and Death of Jason

   

Tales Omitted from The Earthy Paradise

The Earthly Paradise

  • Introductions
  • Editions & Printed Books
  • Manuscripts
  • Supplementary Materials
    • Criticism
      • Walter Pater, Westminster Review
      • Alfred Austin, Temple Bar
      • G. A. Simcox, Academy
      • Spectator, unsigned
      • Sidney Colvin, Academy
      • G. W. Cox, Edinburgh Review
      • Westminster Review, unsigned
      • Riegel, Julius. Die Quellen von William Morris' Dichtung The Earthly Paradise, 1890.Victorian Reviews and Criticism
    • More Recent Criticism
      • Balch, Dennis, "'The Lovers of Gudrun,' Sigurd the Volsung, and The House of the Wolfings: Three Chapters in a Tale of the Individual and the Tribe," After Summer Seed: Reconsiderations of William Morris's Sigurd the Volsung, Shiremanstown, Pennsylvania: William Morris Society in the United States, 1977. [pdf format]
      • Boos, Florence S. "The Structure of Morris's Tales for the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine," Victorian Periodicals Review, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring, 1987), pp. 2-12
      • Boos, Florence. "Sources for Morris's 'Wanderers' Prologue.'" American Notes and Queries 22.5-6 (1984): 73-78.
      • Boos, Florence. "Ten Journeys to the Venusberg: Morris' Drafts for The Hill of Venus" Victorian Poetry, Vol. 39 (Winter,2001): 597-616.
      • Calhoun, Blue. "Pastoral: The Mood of Idleness," 61-62 and "The Four Seasons of Man and Soceity: The General Sructure and Volume I, " 117-128; "The Burning Days of Mid-summer Suns: Volume II," in The Pastoral Vision of William Morris. U Georgia: Athens, 1975, 146-77.
      • Ellison, Ruth C. "'The Undying Glory of Dreams': William Morris and 'The Northland of Old,'" Victorian Poetry, ed. M. Bradbury and D. Palmer. London: E. Arnold, 1972, 138-75.
      • Ellison, Ruth. "An Unpublished Poem by William Morris," English (Autumn, 1964): 100-102.
      • Faulkner, Peter. "The Story of Alcestis in William Morris and Ted Hughes,"JWMS 16/23 (2005): 56-79.
      • Goodwin, Kenneth. "Unpublished Lyrics of William Morris." Yearbook of English Studies 5(1975): 190-206.
      • Hodgson, Amanda. "'The Highest Poetry': Epic Narrative in The Earthly Paradise and Idylls of the King," Victorian Poetry (1996): 341-54.
      • Julian, Linda. "Laxdaela Saga and 'The Lovers of Gudrun': Morris' Poetic Vision." Victorian Poetry(1996): 355-71.
      • Latham, David. "Paradise Lost: Morris's Re-writing of The Earthly Paradise." Journal of Pre-Raphelite Studies 1.1 (Part 1): 67-76.
      • Litzenberg, Karl. "Allusions to the Elder Edda in the 'Non-Norse Poems of William Morris." Scandinavian Studies 14(1935-37): 17-24.
      • Litzenberg, Karl. "Tyrfing into Excalibur? A Note on William Morris's Unfinished Poem, 'In Arthur's House'," Scandinavian Studies 15 (1938-39): 81-83.
      • Litzenberg, Karl. "William Morris and the Heimskringla." Scandinavian Studies 14(1935-36): 33-39.
      • Litzenberg, Karl. "William Morris and the 'Literary' Tradition." Michigan Alumnus 53(1946): 48-55.
      • Litzenberg, Karl. "William Morris and Scandinavian Liteature: A Bibliographical Essay." Scandinavian Studies 13(1933-35): 93-105.
      • Mauer, Oscar. "William Morris's Treatment of Greek Legend in The Earthly Paradise." Texas University Studies in English 33 (1954): 103-18.
      • Mauer, Oscar. "William Morris and Gesta Romanorum." Studies in Language, Literature, and Culture of the Middle Ages and Later. Ed. E. B. Atwood. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1969, 367-81.
      • Mauer, Oscar. "William Morris and the Laxdaela Saga." Texas Studies in Language and Literature5(1963): 422-37.
      • Mauer, Oscar. "William Morris and the Poetry of Escape." Nineteenth Century Studies. Ed. H. Davies, William DeVane, and R. C. Bald. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1940, 247-76.
      • McGann, Jerome. "The Beauty of the Medusa." Studies in Romanticism 11.1(1972): 3-25.
      • Morris, May. "Narrative Poetry: The Earthly Paradise" and "Workshop Notes." William Morris: Artist, Writer, Socialist. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1936, vol. 1, 396-440.
      • Oberg, Charlotte, "The Role of the Hero," chapter II, A Pagan Prophet: William Morris, Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1978.
      • ---------. "Conclusion." Ibid.
      • Riegel, Julius. Die Quellen von William Morris' Dichtung The Earthly Paradise. Erlangen & Leipzig. A. Deichert'sche Verlagsbuchh. Nachf. (Gerog Böhme), 1890.
      • Silver, Carole. "The Earthly Paradise: Lost." Victorian Poetry 13.3-4 (1975): 27-42.
      • Strode, Elizabeth. "The Crisis of The Earthly Paradise: Morris and Keats." Victorian Poetry 13.3-4 (1975): 71-81.
      • Wahl, John Robert. "The Mood of Energy and the Mood of Idleness: A Note on The Earthly Paradise." English Studies in Africa 2.1 (1959): 90-9
    • Illustrations & Drawings
    • SOURCES & BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • Sources
        • Apollonius Rhodius. The Argonautica. New York: Macmillan Co., 1912. Loeb Classical Library.
          Apuleius, The Metamorphoses or Golden Ass, trans. H. E. Butler. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1910.
        • “The Mountain of Venus,” Sabine Baring-Gould, Curious Myths of the Middle Ages. London, Oxford, and Cambridge: Rivingtons, 1866, 196-208.
        • “The Terrestrial Paradise,” Sabine Baring-Gould, Curious Myths of the Middle Ages. London, Oxford and Cambridge: Rivingtons, 1866, 229-241.
        • Boccaccio, Giovanni.The Decameron. Trans. Richard Aldington. London: J. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1930.
        • Bollandus, Joannes and Henscheim, Godefidus. Acta Sanctorum . . . . Paris: V. Palme, 1863. Tom. 4.
        • Browning, Robert. The Works of Robert Browning, with intro. by F. G. Kenyon. 10 vols. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1912.
        • Carlyle, Thomas. Past and Present. London: Chapman and Hall, 1843.
        • Caxton, William, trans. The Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye, Written in French by Raoul Lefevre. Ed. H. Oskar Sommer, vol. 1. London: D. Nutt, 1894. 2 vols.
        • Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Ed. F. N. Robinson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1933.
        • Dasent, George Webbe. Popular Tales from the Norse. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglass, 1854. (Translations from the Norske folkeventry collected by MM. Asbjornsen and Moe).
        • Froissart, Sir John. Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining Countries. . . . Trans. Thomas Johnes. 2 vols. London: William Smith, 1848.
        • Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. German Popular Stories. Trans. By Edgar Taylor from Kinder und Haus Marchen, collected by M. G. from the oral tradition. 2 vols. London: C. Baldwin, 1823.
        • Herodotus, trans. George Rawlinson. The Greek Historians. Ed. Francis R. Godolphin. Vol. 1. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1893.
        • Irving, Washington. The Life and Voyages of  Christopher Columbus. New York: Burt, 1902.
        • Keats, John. The Poems of John Keats. Ed. Miriam Allott. London: Longmans, 1970.
        • Kingsley, Charles.  Andromeda, and Other Poems. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1858.
        • Kingsley, Charles.  The Heroes; or Greek Fairy Tales.  2nd edition. Cambridge and London: Macmillan and Co., 1859.
        • Lane, Edward William, trans. The Arabian Nights’ Entertainments. London: C. Knight and Co., 1841. 3 vols.
        • Lemprière, John. A Classical Dictionary. . . . A new edition, revised Rev. T. Smith. London: T. Allman, 1847.
        • Magnússon, Magnus and Hermann Pálsson, Laxdaela Saga, trans. with an introduction. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1969.
        • Mallet, P. H. Northern Antiquities: or a description of the manners, customs, religions and laws of the ancient Danes and other Northern Nations. . . . Trans. from new ed. Revised by J. A. Blackwell. London: 1847: Bohn’s Antiquarian Library.
        • Mandeville, John. The Voiage and Travaile of Sir John Maundeville. Ed.  J. O. Halliwell. London: E. Lumley, 1839.
        • Ovid. Metamorphoses. Trans. Frank Justus Miller. London: Heinemann, 1929.  2 vols.  Loeb Classical Library.
        • Rossetti, Dante G. Poems. London: F. S. Ellis, 1870.
        • Schlauch, Margaret, trans. The Saga of the Volsungs; The Saga of Ragnar Lodbroktogether with the Lay of Kraka. New York:  Norton, 1930. Scandinavian Classics, vol. 35.
        • Sturluson, Snorre. Heimskringla. The Olaf Sagas. Trans. Samuel Laing. 3 vols. London: Longmans, 1844. Rpt.  London: J.  M. Dent, 1915.
        • Tennyson, Alfred. The Poems of Tennyson.  Ed. Christopher Ricks.  London: Longmans, 1969.
        • Thorpe, Benjamin. Northern Mythology. 3 vols. London: Edward Lumley, 1851.
        • Thorpe, Benjamin. Yule-Tide Stories.  A Collection of Scandinavian and North German Popular Tales and Traditions. London: n. p. 1888.
        • Tressan, Auszug von. Corps d’extraits de Romans de Chevaerie. Vol. 2. Paris, 1782.
        • De Varagine, Jacobus. The Golden Legend or Lives of the Saints, as Englished by William Caxton. Intro. F. S. Ellis. London: J. M. Dent, 1900. 7 vols.
        • William of Malmesbury. Chronicle of the Kings of England. Ed. J. A. Giles. London: Bohn’s Antiquarian Library, 1847.
      • Bibliography
        • Austin, Alfred. Temple Bar, November 1869, no. 27, 45-51.
        • anon., Spectator, unsigned. March 1870, no. 43, 332-4.
        • anon., Westminster Review, unsigned. April 1871, 95, 581.
        • Balch, Dennis, "'The Lovers of Gudrun,' Sigurd the Volsung, and The House of the Wolfings: Three Chapters in a Tale of the Individual and the Tribe," After Summer Seed: Reconsiderations of William Morris's Sigurd the Volsung, Shiremanstown, Pennsylvania: William Morris Society in the United States, 1977. [pdf format]
        • Boos, Florence S. "The Structure of Morris's Tales for the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine," Victorian Periodicals Review, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring, 1987), pp. 2-12
        • Boos, Florence. "Sources for Morris's 'Wanderers' Prologue.'" American Notes and Queries 22.5-6 (1984): 73-78.
        • Boos, Florence. "Ten Journeys to the Venusberg: Morris' Drafts for The Hill of VenusVictorian Poetry, Vol. 39 (Winter,2001): 597-616.
        • Calhoun, Blue. "Pastoral: The Mood of Idleness," 61-62 and "The Four Seasons of Man and Society: The General Structure and Volume I, " 117-128; "The Burning Days of Mid-summer Suns: Volume II," in The Pastoral Vision of William Morris. U Georgia: Athens, 1975, 146-77.
        • Colvin, Sidney, Academy, December 1870, no. 2, 57-8.
        • Cox, G. W., Edinburgh Review, January 1871, no. 133, 243-66.
        • Ellison, Ruth C. "'The Undying Glory of Dreams': William Morris and 'The Northland of Old,'" Victorian Poetry, ed. M. Bradbury and D. Palmer. London: E. Arnold, 1972, 138-75.
        • Ellison, Ruth. "An Unpublished Poem by William Morris," English (Autumn, 1964): 100-102
        • Faulkner, Peter. "The Story of Alcestis in William Morris and Ted Hughes,"JWMS 16/23 (2005): 56-79.
        • Goodwin, Kenneth. "Unpublished Lyrics of William Morris." Yearbook of English Studies 5(1975): 190-206.
        • Hodgson, Amanda. "'The Highest Poetry': Epic Narrative in The Earthly Paradise and Idylls of the King," Victorian Poetry (1996): 341-54.
        • Julian, Linda. "Laxdaela Saga and 'The Lovers of Gudrun': Morris' Poetic Vision." Victorian Poetry (1996): 355-71.
        • Latham, David. "Paradise Lost: Morris's Re-writing of The Earthly Paradise." Journal of Pre-Raphelite Studies 1.1 (Part 1): 67-76.
        • Litzenberg, Karl. "Allusions to the Elder Edda in the 'Non-Norse Poems of William Morris." Scandinavian Studies 14(1935-37): 17-24.
        • Litzenberg, Karl. "Contributions of the Old Norse Language and Literature to the Style and Substance of the Writings of William Morris, 1856-76." Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1933. Chapter 3.4 The Fostering of Aslaug 229-244 [pdf]Chapter 3.5 The Lovers of Gudrun245-275 [pdf]
        • Litzenberg, Karl. "Tyrfing into Excalibur? A Note on William Morris's Unfinished Poem, 'In Arthur's House'," Scandinavian Studies 15 (1938-39): 81-83.
        • Litzenberg, Karl. "William Morris and the Heimskringla." Scandinavian Studies 14(1935-36): 33-39.
        • Litzenberg, Karl. "William Morris and the 'Literary' Tradition." Michigan Alumnus 53(1946): 48-55.
        • Litzenberg, Karl. "William Morris and Scandinavian Liteature: A Bibliographical Essay." Scandinavian Studies 13(1933-35): 93-105.
        • Mauer, Oscar. "William Morris's Treatment of Greek Legend in The Earthly Paradise." Texas University Studies in English 33 (1954): 103-18.
        • Mauer, Oscar. "William Morris and Gesta Romanorum.Studies in Language, Literature, and Culture of the Middle Ages and Later. Ed. E. B. Atwood. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1969, 367-81.
        • Mauer, Oscar. "William Morris and the Laxdaela Saga." Texas Studies in Language and Literature 5(1963): 422-37.
        • Mauer, Oscar. "William Morris and the Poetry of Escape." Nineteenth Century Studies. Ed. H. Davies, William DeVane, and R. C. Bald. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1940, 247-76.
        • McGann, Jerome. "The Beauty of the Medusa." Studies in Romanticism 11.1(1972): 3-25.
        • Morris, May. "Narrative Poetry: The Earthly Paradise" and "Workshop Notes." William Morris: Artist, Writer, Socialist. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1936, vol. 1, 396-440.
        • Oberg, Charlotte, "The Role of the Hero," chapter II, A Pagan Prophet: William Morris, Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1978.
        • ---------. "Conclusion." Ibid.
        • Pater, Walter. Westminster Review October 1868, xc, 300-312 pdf version
        • G. A. Simcox, Academy, February 1870, i, 121-2.
        • Silver, Carole. "The Earthly Paradise: Lost." Victorian Poetry 13.3-4 (1975): 27-42.
        • Strode, Elizabeth. "The Crisis of The Earthly Paradise: Morris and Keats." Victorian Poetry 13.3-4 (1975): 71-81.
        • Wahl, John Robert. "The Mood of Energy and the Mood of Idleness: A Note on The Earthly Paradise." English Studies in Africa 2.1 (1959): 90-97.

Love is Enough

Sigurd The Volsung

    Poems by the Way

    Pilgrims of Hope

    LIST OF POEMS 

    PROSE 

    Early Prose Romances

    The House of the Wolfings

    The Roots of the Mountains

    A Dream of John Ball

    A King's Lesson

    News from Nowhere

    The Story of the Glittering Plain

    The Wood Beyond the World

    The Well at the World's End

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

    The Sundering Flood

    The Novel on Blue Paper

    Unfinished Romances

      • Dramatic Works
        • The Tables Turned, edited by Pamela Bracken
        • For Diaries and Essays, see Diaries/Essays Portal.
        • For Translations of Prose Works, see Translations Portal.
    • The Story of the Glittering Plain
      • Text of The Story of the Glittering Plain
      • Kelmscott Press Edition 1891
      • The Story of the Glittering Plain, first edition London: Reeves and Turner, 1891
      • The Story of the Glittering Plain, English Illustrated Magazine 1890
        • Chapters I–VI, pp. 687–98, June 1890; 81.
        • Chapters VII–XII, pp. 754–68, July 1890; 82.
        • Chapters XIII–XVIII, pp. 824–38, Aug. 1890; 83
        • Chapters XIX–XXII, pp. 884–900 , Sept. 1890; 84.
      • Supplementary Material: Criticism
        • Anderson, Karl. "Scandinavian Elements in The Story of the Glittering Plain," in "Scandinavian Elements in the Works of William Morris," Diss. Harvard University, 1940, 337-42.
        • Dewan, Pauline. "Circular Designs in Morris's The Story of the Glittering Plain." JWMS 12.4 (Spring 1998): 15-20.
        • Oberg, Charlotte. Chapter VII, "The Quester Triumphant: Man and Earth Made New," in A Pagan Prophet: William Morris, Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1978.
        • Seaman, Graham. Introduction to The Glittering Plain. Marxists.org, 2003.
        • Talbot, Norman. "The First Modern 'Secondary World' Fantasy: Morris's Craftsmanship in The Story of The Glittering Plain." JWMS 13. 2 (Spring 1999): 3-11.
        • Talbot, Norman, ed. and intro. The Story of the Glittering Plain and Child Christopher. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1996.
        • Tyson, Nancy. "Art and Society in the Late Prose Narratives of William Morris," Pre-Raphaelite Review 1.2 (May, 1978), 1-11.
        • Valentine, K. B. "Motifs from Nature in the Design Work and Prose Romances of William Morris (1876-1896)," Victorian Poetry 13.3-4 (1975): 83-89.
    • The Wood Beyond the World
      • Text of The Wood Beyond the World
      • The Wood Beyond the World, Kelmscott Press Edition 1894
      • The Wood Beyond the World, London: Lawrence and Bullen, 1895
      • The King's Son and The Carle's Son Society of Antiquaries Early Draft Manuscript 908
      • Early draft, "The King's Son and the Carle's Son," transcription

        Supplementary Materials:

        • Introduction by Kathleen O'Neill Sims
        • Notes by Kathleen O'Neill Sims
        • Criticism
          • Anderson, Karl. "Scandinavian Elements in The Wood Beyond the World,"from "Scandinavian Elements in the Works of William Morris." Diss., Harvard University, 1940, 365-69.
          • Calhoun, B., & Modern Language Association of America. Studies in the late romances of William Morris: Papers presented at the annual meeting of the Modern Language Association, December 1975,New York: William Morris Society (1976).
          • Calhoun, Blue et alia, Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris: Papers Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Modern Language Association, December 1975,intro. Frederick Kirchhoff. New York: William Morris Society, 1976. [entire volume]
          • Calhoun, Blue, “`The Little Land of Abundance’: Pastoral Perspective in the Late Romances of William Morris,” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
          • Cooper, Jane S. "The Iceland Journeys and the Late Romances." JWMS 5.4 (Winter 1983-84): 40-59.
          • Dodds, Andrew. "A Structural Approach to The Wood Beyond the World."JWMS 7.2 (Spring 1987): 26-28.
          • Faulkner, Peter. "The Male as Lover, Fool and Hero: 'Goldilocks' and the Late Prose Romances." Victorian Poetry 34.3 (1996): 413-24.
          • Hollow, John. “Deliberate Happiness: The Late Prose Romances of William Morris,” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
          • Kirchhoff, Frederick, “Introduction.” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
          • Mathews, Richard. Worlds Beyond the World: The Fantastic Vision of William Morris. San Bernardino, Calif: Borgo Press, 1978. [pdf]
          • Mendelson, Michael. "Opening Moves: The Entry into the Other World," Extrapolation 25 (1984): 171-79.
          • Morris, William, Letter to Spectator, 1885, vol. 75 (July-December) [pdf]
          • Newman, Hilary. "The Influence of De La Motte Fouqué's Sintram and His Companions on William Morris's The Wood Beyond the World." JWMS 14.2 (2001): 47-53.
          • Newman, Hilary. "Water in William Morris's Late Prose Romances." JWMS 13.4 (Spring 2000): 41-47.
          • Oberg, Charlotte, “Motif and Theme in the Late Prose Romances of William Morris,” in Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris, with an introduction by Frederick Kirchhoff, New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
          • Silver, Carole. “Myth and Ritual in the Last Romances of William Morris.” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
          • Shippey, Tom. Introduction, The Wood Beyond the World. Oxford: OUP, 1980, v-xix.
          • Watts, Theodore. Unsigned review. Athenaeum, 2 March 1895, no. 3514, 273-74.
          • William Morris in the Twenty-First Century, eds. Phillippa Bennett and Rosie Miles, Peter Lang, 2010, 209-228.
    • The Water of the Wondrous Isles
      • Introduction by Florence S. Boos
      • Text of The Water of the Wondrous Isles
        • The First Part: Of the House of Captivity
        • The Second Part: Of the Wondrous Isles
        • The Third Part: Of the Castle of the Quest
        • The Fourth Part: Of the Days of Abiding
        • The Fifth Part: The Tale of the Quest’s Ending
        • The Sixth Part: The Days of Absence
        • The Seventh Part: The Days of Returning
      • The Water of the Wondrous Isles, Kelmscott Press Edition 1897 images
      • The Water of the Wondrous Isles, First trade edition, London, New York and Bombay: Longmans, Green and Co., 1897
      • The Widow's House by the Great Water (early draft), edited by Helen A. Timo
        • British Library Additional MS. 45,324
      • Manuscripts
        • British Library Additional Manuscript 45,322
        • British Library Additional Manuscript 45,323, printer's copy
        • British Library Additional Manuscript 45,325
      • Supplementary Materials, Criticism
        • Bennett, Phillippa. "Rediscovering the Topography of Wonder: Morris, Iceland, and the Late Romances."JWMS 16.2-3 (2005): 38-48.
        • Bennet, Phillippa, "Rejuvenating Our Sense of Wonder: The Last Romances of William Morris," William Morris in the Twenty-First Century, eds. Phillippa Bennett and Rosie Miles, Peter Lang, 2010, 209-228.
        • Boos, Florence. “The Socialist New Woman in William Morris’s The Water of the Wondrous Isles,” Victorian Literature and Culture, Vol. 23(1995): 159-75.
        • Boos, Florence. “Gender Division and Political Allegory in The Last Romances of William Morris.” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies I.2 (1992): 12-23.
        • Calhoun, B., & Modern Language Association of America. Studies in the late romances of William Morris: Papers presented at the annual meeting of the Modern Language Association, December 1975,New York: William Morris Society (1976).
        • Calhoun, Blue, “`The Little Land of Abundance’: Pastoral Perspective in the Late Romances of William Morris,” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
        • Cooper, Jane S. "The Iceland Journeys and the Late Romances."JWMS 5.4 (Winter 1983-84): 40-59.
        • Gopen, George D. "The Music of the Mind: Structure and Substance in William Morris's The Water of the Wondrous Isles." JWMS 16/23 (2005): 92-102.
        • Hollow, John. “Deliberate Happiness: The Late Prose Romances of William Morris,” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
        • Kirchhoff, Frederick, “Introduction.” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
        • Kelvin, Norman. “The Erotic in News from Nowhere and The Well at the World’s End,” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
        • May Morris's Remarks on the Prose Romances, May Morris, William Morris: Artist, Writer, Socialist, Oxford: Blackwells, 1936. [pdf]
        • Newman, Hilary. "Water in William Morris's Late Prose Romances." JWMS 13.4 (Spring 2000): 41-47.
        • Oberg, Charlotte, “Motif and Theme in the Late Prose Romances of William Morris,” in Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris, with an introduction by Frederick Kirchhoff, New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
        • Silver, Carole. “Myth and Ritual in the Last Romances of William Morris.” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
        • Silver, Carole. "Socialism Internalized: The Last Romances of William Morris." Socialism and the Literary Artistry of William Morris, edited Florence Boos and Carole Silver. Columbia,Missouri: University of Missouri Press, 1990.
        • Spatt, Hartley. "William Morris's Late Romances: The Struggle Against Closure." History and Community: Essays in Victorian Medievalism. Garland Publishing, Inc.: New York & London, 1992, 109-135.
        • Talbot, Norman, ed. and intro. The Water of the Wondrous Isles. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1994.
        • Talbot, Norman, "'Whilom, as tells the tale': The Language of the Prose Romances." JWMS 8 (1989): 16-25.
        • Watts, Theodore. Unsigned review. Athenaeum, December 1897, no. 3658, 777-79. 
    • The Well at the World's End
      • Text of The Well at the World's End
        • BOOK ONE: The Road Unto Love
        • BOOK TWO: The Road Unto Trouble
        • BOOK THREE: The Road To The Well At World’s End.
        • BOOK FOUR: The Road Home
      • The Well at the World's End, Kelmscott edition 1896 images
      • The Well at the World's End, 2 vols. London, New York and Bombay: Longmans, Green, 1896.
      Supplementary Material: Criticism
      • Bennet, Phillippa, "Rejuvenating Our Sense of Wonder: The Last Romances of William Morris," William Morris in the Twenty-First Century, eds. Phillippa Bennett and Rosie Miles, Peter Lang, 2010, 209-228.
      • Calhoun, B., & Modern Language Association of America. Studies in the late romances of William Morris: Papers presented at the annual meeting of the Modern Language Association, December 1975,New York: William Morris Society (1976).
      • Calhoun, Blue, “`The Little Land of Abundance’: Pastoral Perspective in the Late Romances of William Morris,” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
      • Cooper, Jane S. "The Iceland Journeys and the Late Romances." JWMS 5.4 (Winter 1983-84): 40-59.
      • Birch, Dinah. "Morris and Myth: A Romantic Heritage."JWMS 7.1 (Autumn 1986): 5-11.
      • Boos, Florence. “Gender Division and Political Allegory in The Last Romances of William Morris.” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies I.2 (1992): 12-23.
      • Hodgson, Amanda. "The Last Romances," The Romances of William Morris, Cambridge University Press, 1987, 164-69; also186-197.
      • Hollow, John. “Deliberate Happiness: The Late Prose Romances of William Morris,” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
      • Kelvin, Norman, "The Erotic in News from Nowhere and The Well at World's End." Studies in the late romances of William Morris: Papers presented at the annual meeting of the Modern Language Association, December 1975. New York: William Morris Society (1976).
      • Kirchhoff, Frederick, “Introduction.” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
      • Morris, May, Remarks on the Prose Romances, especially The House of the Wolfings and The Well at the World's End, William Morris: Artist, Writer, Socialist, Oxford: Blackwells, 1936, 509-16 [Well at World's End, 514-16] . [pdf]
      • Newman, Hilary. "Water in William Morris's Late Prose Romances."JWMS 13.4 (Spring 2000): 41-47.
      • Oberg, Charlotte, “Motif and Theme in the Late Prose Romances of William Morris,” in Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris, with an introduction by Frederick Kirchhoff, New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
      • Silver, Carole. “Myth and Ritual in the Last Romances of William Morris.” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
      • Swinburne, A. C., review, Nineteenth Century, November 1896, xl, 759-60.
      • Wells, H. G., review, Saturday Review, 17 October 1896, lxxxii, 413-15.
      • Yeats, W. B., review, Bookman, November 1896, x, 37-38.
    • The Sundering Flood
      • Introductory Remarks
        • Helen A. Timo, “‘An Icelandic Tale Re-Told’: William Morris's Sundering Flood” , Journal of William Morris Studies 7.1 (1986), 12-16; Jon Thoroddson, Lad and Lass: A Story of Life in Iceland, trans. by Arthur M. Reeves (London: Sampson, Lowe, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1890).
      • Text of The Sundering Flood
      • The Sundering Flood, Kelmscott Edition 1898 images
      • The Sundering Flood, first trade edition, London: New York and Bombay: Longmans, Green and Co., 1898 images
      • British Library Add. MS, 45,326
      • Rough copy of Morris's last romance, BL Add. MS 45,326 transcription
      Supplementary Material
      • Anderson, Karl. "Scandinavian Elements in The Sundering Flood," in "Scandinavian Elements in the Works of William Morris." Diss. Harvard University, 1940, 376-82.
      • Boos, Florence. “Gender Division and Political Allegory in The Last Romances of William Morris.” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies I.2 (1992): 12-23.
      • Calhoun, B., & Modern Language Association of America. Studies in the late romances of William Morris: Papers presented at the annual meeting of the Modern Language Association, December 1975,New York: William Morris Society (1976).
      • Hollow, John. “Deliberate Happiness: The Late Prose Romances of William Morris,” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
      • Kelvin, Norman. “The Erotic in News from Nowhere and The Well at the World’s End,” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
      • Kirchhoff, Frederick, “Introduction.” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
      • Morris and Traditional Storytelling." John Purkis, JWMS 11.1 (Autumn 1994): 16-18.
      • Oberg, Charlotte, “Motif and Theme in the Late Prose Romances of William Morris,” in Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris, with an introduction by Frederick Kirchhoff, New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
      • Purkis, John. "Morris and Traditional Storytelling."JWMS 11.1 (Autumn 1994): 16-18.
      • Silver, Carole. “Myth and Ritual in the Last Romances of William Morris.” Studies in the Late Romances of William Morris,  New York: William Morris Society, 1976.
      • Timo, Helen. "'An Icelandic Tale Re-Told': William Morris's Sundering Flood." JWMS 7.1 (Autumn 1986): 12-16.
      • "The Iceland Journeys and the Late Romances." Jane S. Cooper, JWMS 5.4 (Winter 1983-84): 40-59.
      • 'An Icelandic Tale Re-Told': William Morris's Sundering Flood." Helen A. Timo, JWMS 7.1 (Autumn 1986): 12-16.
    • DRAMATIC WORKS

    • The Tables Turned, edited by Pamela Bracken
      • Edited by Pamela Bracken Weins
      • Introduction
      • Text
      • The Tables Turned, Ohio University Press, 1994
      • The Tables Turned. London: Socialist League Offices, 1887. [pdf]
      • Huntington Library Manuscripts HM577, HM6433
      • The Tables Turned, performed by the New Factory, The Coach House, Hammersmith, 2 May, 2010, William Morris Society [mp3]
      • Commonweal text
    • JOURNALS/ESSAYS
    • Diaries and Essays
      • Icelandic Journals, edited by Gary Aho with photographs by Martin Stott
      • Socialist Diary 1887,edited by Florence S. Boos--link to Marxists.org
        • "Socialist Diary," History Workshop 13 (1982): 1-75 [pdf]
        • Socialist Diary British Library Additional Manuscript 45,335
      • Hopes and Fears for Art, 1882
      • Signs of Change: Lectures on Socialism,1888
      • Morris, William and E. Belfort Bax, Socialism: Its Growth and Outcome, London: Swan Sonnenshein, 1896, co-authored with E. Belfort Bax; also available from Archive.org [see portal]
        • revised with preface and introduction from "Socialism from the Root Up" Commonweal 1886-1888, from the Marxists Archive; pdf's of originals are here.
    • Other Published Morris Essays and Co-Authored Treatise
      • "The Early Literature of the North--Iceland," in Unpublished Lectures of William Morris, ed. Eugene LeMire - [pdf]
      • Morris, William, “From the Archive: William Morris’s ‘Communism—i. e. Property: A Partly Unpublished Essay,” edited by Florence Boos, William Morris Society U. S. Newsletter, Summer 2009, 16-21.
      • Morris, William, Gothic Architecture
      • Morris, William. "How I Became a Socialist," 1896. Also Andreas Scheu.
      • Morris, William, manuscript notes, c. 1876, "The Mythology and Religion of the North," William Morris Gallery J149.
      • Morris, William. "'‘Socialism’ and ‘What We Have to Look For’: Two Unpublished Morris Essays,” edited, Journal of William Morris Studies, 19.1 (Winter 2010): 18-56.
      • Morris, William, Useful Work versus Useless Toil, London: Hammersmith Socialist Society, 1893 [pdf]
      • Morris, William. “William Morris’s ‘Commercial War’: A Critical Edition,” edited by Florence Boos, Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, no. 19 (winter 2010): 45-65.
      • Morris, William and E. Belfort Bax, Socialism: Its Growth and Outcome, London: Swan Sonnenshein, 1896, co-authored with E. Belfort Bax; also available from Archive.org
        • revised from with preface and introduction from "Socialism from the Root Up" Commonweal 1886-1888, from the Marxists Archive; pdf's of originals are here.
      • Morris, William, and Paul Meier. "An Unpublished Lecture of William Morris: 'How Shall We Live Then?'", International Review of Social History, (1971). See also International Institute of Social History MS. below.
      • Morris, William. "William Morris's 'Equality': A Critical Edition," Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 22(Fall 2015): 9-28.
    • Manuscript Essays by Morris on Socialism, Architecture, and the Environment
      • "Address at the Delivery of Prizes," Harry Ransom Library, Austin, Texas, MS. file (Morris, W.), Works
      • "Address Made on Behalf of the Work of the S. P. A. B.," Huntington Library, HM 6449
      • "The Art of the People," Huntington Library, (incomplete), HM6432
      • "As to Bribing Excellence," International Institute of Social History MS, Amsterdam. Published in Liberty, May 1895.
      • Early political essay, Cheltenham Library [pdf of images] [transcription]
      • Early politcal essay 2, Cheltenham Library [pdf of images] [transcription]
      • Essays on Art and History, British Library Additional Manuscript 45,332
      • Essays on Socialism, British Library Additional Manuscript 45,333
      • Essays on Socialism, British Library Additional Manuscript 45,334
      • "Socialism Up to Date," B. L. Add. MS. 45,334.
      • Socialist Diary, British Library Additional Manuscript 45,335
      • Fragment of speech on behalf of Socialist League describing socialism in England, given at international conference of socialists, Inv. nr. 611_4, ARCH00496, International Institute of Socialist History, Amsterdam.
      • "Gothic Architecture," Harry Ransom Library, MS. file (Morris, W.) Hanley II B
      • "Gothic Architecture," British Library Manuscript, B.L. Add. MS. 45,332(9), British Library, Additional MS 45,332(9)
      • "Hopes and Fears for Art," MS Vault Shelves Morris; contains "The Art of the People," "The Beauty of Life," "Making the Best of It," "The Prospects of Architecture in Civilization," Beinecke Library, Yale University
      • "How Shall We Live Then," International Institute of Social History MS, Amsterdam.
      • "Lecture Delivered to the National Association for the Advancement of Art," Harry Ransom Library, MS. file (Morris, W.), Works
      • "Makeshift," Bodleian MS. Eng. misc. Don. e. 29
      • "The Mythology and Religion of the North," Morris's manuscript notes, c. 1876, William Morris Gallery J149.
      • "An Old Fable Retold," John Burns Collection, British Library Ms. 46289. Photograph courtesy of Frank C. Sharp.
      • "On the Artistic Qualities of Woodcut Books," Huntington Library, HM 6431
      • "Our Representatives," Private Collection, Imaage Courtesy of Greg Vigers.
      • "Petition regarding the Baptistry at Ravenna," Huntington Library, HM 6455
      • "Regarding the Opinion of the S. P. A. B. on the Restoration of St. Mark's, Venice," Huntington Library, HM6459
      • "The Relations of Art to Labour," Beinecke Library, MS Vault Shelves Morris, 1598
      • Socialist Diary, British Library Additional Manuscript 45,335
      • Speech Delivered to the First Meeting of the SPAB, Society of Antiquaries, SoA 832
      • Speech on Free Trade, Bodleian Eng. misc. c. 143
      • Speech Delivered to the First Meeting of the SPAB, Society of Antiquaries, SoA 832, ff. 1-23; misc. pages plus ff. 1-12 SPAB draft of opening statement, beginnning, "A Society coming before the public. . . "; with 1st Annual Report, later printed, a good draft with cross-outs
      • "Some Thoughts on the Ornamented Manuscripts of the Middle Ages," Huntington Library, HM 6440
      • "True and False Society," Huntington Library, HM 6420
      • "To the Working People of Great Britain and Ireland," Huntington Library, HM 6464
      • "Town and Country," courtesy of the Mark Samuels Lasner Collection
        • Images
        • Transcription
      • "Under an Elm-Tree: Thoughts in the Countryside," Cheltenham Public Library, Z4, ff. 1-5 [pdf of images]
      • "[Concerning] Westminster Abbey," Beinecke Library, MS Vault Shelves Morris
      • Westminster Abbey Leaflet-Courtesy of the Berg Collection, New York Public Library [pdf of images]
      • "What is to Happen Next?" Beinecke Library, MS. Sheries II. Writings
      • "Why I Am a Communist," International Institute of Social History MS, Amsterdam.
      • Letter from Charles Rowley describing Morris's lectures to the Ancoats Brotherhood, B. L. MS. 45,347, ff. 93-99.
    • Supplementary
      • Socialist League Archives, International Institute of Social Research, Amsterdam
      • LeMire, Eugene D. "A Bibliographical Checklist of Morris's Speeches and Lectures," The Unpublished Lectures of William Morris, 291-322.
    • Icelandic Journals
      • 1871 Journey to Iceland
        • Published version, Collected Works of William Morris, vol. 8, 1911
          (pdf images)
        • Images, Morris's handwritten diaries, slightly different from the published version (British Library Manuscripts)
        • Notes for 1871 Journals, arranged by date of entry
      • 1873 Journey to Iceland
        • Images, Icelandic Journal for 1873, Collected Works, vol. 8, 1911 (pdf images)
          (pdf images)
      • Other Supplementary Materials:
        • Headnote
        • lllustrations
        • Maps
          • "Morris's Journey to Iceland 1871," The Collected Works of William Morris, v. VIII, p. 252.
          • "Morris's Journey to Iceland 1873," The Collected Works of William Morris, v. VIII, p.129, Longman's Green & Company, 1911.
          • Detail of 1873 Map
          • Map of the Country of the Ere-Dweller's Story
          • Map of Iceland
        • List of Persons Mentioned
        • List of Places Mentioned
        • The Icelandic Jaunt: A Study of the Expeditions Made by William Morris to Iceland in 1871 and 1873. John Purkis, William Morris Society, 1991. [pdf]
        • Critical Articles
          • Aho, Gary. "Following in the Footsteps of William Morris." Atlantica and Iceland Review 20 (Winter 1982), 84-93.
          • Aho, Gary. "William Morris and Iceland." Kairos 1, no. 2(1982), 102-33.
          • Aho, Gary. “`Međ Island á heilanum’: Islandsbæekur breskra ferđalanga 1772 til 1897,” Skírnir, 167 (1993), 205-258.
            English version: "Iceland on the Brain: British Travellers to Iceland from 1172 to 1897."
          • Aho, Gary, Intro. Three Northern Love Stories and Other Tales. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1996.
          • Anderson, Karl. "Scandinavian Elements in the Work of William Morris." Diss. Harvard University, 1940. Icelandic trip, 196-202
          • Bartels, Dennis. "William Morris and Iceland's Hydrogen Economy."JWMS 15.3 (2003): 34-35.
          • Cooper, Jane S. "The Iceland Journeys and the Late Romances." JWMS 5.4 (Winter 1983-84): 40-59.
          • Ellison, Ruth. "Icelandic Obituaries of William Morris." JWMS 8.1 (Autumn 1988): 35-41.
          • Ellison, Ruth. "The Saga of Jón Jónsson Saddlesmith of Lithend-cot." JWMS 10.1 (Autumn 1992): 21-30.
          • Gíslason, Örn, "With May Morris in Iceland." William Morris Society Newsletter-US, January 2014.
          • Harris, Richard L. "William Morris, Eirikur Magnusson, and Iceland: A Survey of Correspondence." Victorian Poetry 13.3 and 4 (Fall-Winter 1975), 119-130
          • Jonsdottir, Gudrun. "May Morris and Miss Lobb in Iceland." JWMS 7.1 (Autumn 1986): 17-20.
          • Madsen, St. Tschudi. "Morris and Munthe."Journal of William Morris Studies 1.4(1964): 34-40.
          • Meredith, Emily, "Iceland and William Morris: In Search of the Whole," After Summer Seed: Reconsiderations of William Morris's Sigurd the Volsung, Shiremanstown, Pennsylvania: William Morris Society in the United States, 1977.
          • Preston, Peter. "'The North Begins Inside': Morris and Trollope in Iceland."JWMS 14.2 (Spring 2001): 8-28.
          • Wiens, Pamela Bracken. "Fire and Ice: Clashing Visions of Iceland in the Travel Narratives of Morris and Burton." JWMS 11.4 (Spring 1996): 12-18.
          • Wawn, Andrew. "William Morris and the Translation of Iceland," in Shirley Chew and Alistair Stead (eds), Translating Life: Studies in Transpositional Aesthetics (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1999), 253-76.
        • Icelandic Translation Dagbækur Úr Íslandsferðum
    •  Gothic Architecture
      • Images of the Kelmscott Press Edition 1893
      • Text (1889)
      • Images, British Library Manuscript
      • Transcription, B. L. Add. MS. 45,332(9)
      • Supplementary Materials:
        • Headnote, Florence S. Boos
        • Text of Morris's preface to the Kelmscott Press edition of The Nature of Gothic by John Ruskin, 1892.
        • Ruskin, John. The Nature of Gothic, Kelmscott Press Edition, 1892.
        • Purkis, John, Morris, Burne-Jones and French Gothic, London: William Morris Society, 1985, 1991.
      • Essays By Morris:
        • "Art and Industry in the Fourteenth Century, " in Nicholas Salmon, ed., Morris on History, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996, 90-105. Unpublished in Morris's lifetime; included in Collected Works, ed. My Morris, vol. 22. [pdf]
        • "Early England," in Nicholas Salmon, ed., Morris on History, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996, 51-70. Unpublished in Morris's lifetime; included in Eugene Le Mire, ed., Unpublished Lectures of William Morris, Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1969.
        • "Feudal England," in Nicholas Salmon, ed., Morris on History, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996, 71-89. FromCommonweal, 20 August-10 September 1887. [pdf]
        • "The Gothic Revival, I," in Eugene Le Mire, Unpublished Lectures of Wiliam Morris. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1969, 74-93. From B. L. Ms. 45,331(10). Delivered March 3, 1884 to the Birmingham and Midland Institute.
        • "The Gothic Revival, II," in Eugene Le Mire, Unpublished Lectures of Wiliam Morris. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1969, 74-93. From B. L. Ms. 45,331(1). Delivered March 10, 1884 to the Birmingham and Midland Institute.
    • TRANSLATIONS (portal)
    • OLD FRENCH, OLD AND MIDDLE ENGLISH, CLASSICAL GREEK AND LATIN, OLD ICELANDIC
    • OLD FRENCH
      • The Ordination of Knighthood,edited by Yuri Cowan
        • Edition text
        • Images of Kelmscott Edition, The Order of Chivalry [This volume contains three texts, The Order of ChivalryL’Ordène de Chevalerie and The Ordination of Knighthood], London: Kelmscott Press, 1892-93
        • Ellis note
        • Kelmscott 1892-93 images
        • Huntington mss. images
        • Supplementary materials
          • Headnote
          • Variants
          • Criticism
      • Old French Romances, edited by Peter Faulkner
        • Introduction
        • Of the Friendship of Amis and Amile
        • The Tale of King Florus and the Fair Jehane
        • The Tale of Emporer Coustans and of Over Sea
        • Glossary
        • Of the Friendship of Amis and Amile
          • Introduction
          • Text, "Of the Friendship of Amis and Amile"
          • Kelmscott Press Edition, 1894.
          • Included in Old French Romances. Done into English by William Morris. With an Introduction by Joseph Jacobs, London: George Allen & Co., 1896; 1914. This book consists of the four Romances published at the Kelmscott Press.
          • Autograph draft of "Amis and Amile," MS 362 BD, courtesy of Special Collections, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
          • Source, L.Moland and C. D’Hericault, editors, Nouvelles françaises en prose du xiii ième siècle, Paris: Janet, 1856.
          • Collected Works, ed. May Morris, London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1910-1915, Vol. 17, Old French Romances
          • Supplementary Materials: Reviews, Criticism and Glossary
            • Faulkner, Peter. "Morris and Old French." JWMS 15.1 (Winter 2002): 43-50.  This article provides a clear introduction to the Romances.
            • Jacobs, Joseph. Introduction to Old French Romances. Done into English by William Morris.  London: George Allen & Co., 1896; 1914, pp. v-xi.
            • May Morris,  Introduction to Vol. XVII of The Collected Works of William Morris, edited by May Morris, Longmans, Green and Co., 1910-15, Vol. XVII, xli-ii.
            • Peterson, William S. A Bibliography of the Kelmscott Press. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984; 1985, pp. 62-3.
            • Unsigned review, Nation, June 1896, 62, 88-89. This is a review of Old French Romances. Done into English by William Morris. With an Introduction by Joseph Jacobs, London: George Allen & Co., 1896, which contains all four Romances published in the three Kelmscott Press books.
            • Walter Pater, ‘Two Early French Stories’ in Studies in the History of the Renaissance, 1873; as The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry, London: Macmillan and Co., 1893, pp.1-30; dated 1872.
        • The Tale of King Florus and the Fair Jehane
          • Introduction
          • Text, "The Tale of King Florus and the Fair Jehane"
          • Kelmscott Press, London, 1893.
          • Included in Old French Romances. Done into English by William Morris. With an Introduction by Joseph Jacobs, London: George Allen & Co., 1896; 1914. This book consists of the four Romances published at the Kelmscott Press.
          • Source, L.Moland and C. D’Hericault, editors, Nouvelles françaises en prose du xiii ième siècle, Paris: Janet, 1856.
          • Collected Works, ed. May Morris, London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1910-1915, Vol. 17, Old French Romances
          • Supplementary Materials: Reviews, Criticism, and Glossary
            • Faulkner, Peter. "Morris and Old French." JWMS 15.1 (Winter 2002): 43-50.This article provides a clear introduction to the Romances.
            • Jacobs, Joseph. Introduction to Old French Romances. Done into English by William Morris.  London: George Allen & Co., 1896; 1914, pp. v-xi.
            • Morris, May. Introduction to Vol. XVII of The Collected    Works of William Morris, edited by May Morris,  Longmans, Green and Co., 1910-15, Vol. XVII, xli-ii.
            • Peterson, William S. A Bibliography of the Kelmscott Press. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984; 1985, pp. 56-8.
            • Unsigned review, Nation, June 1896, 62, 88-89.This is a review of Old French Romances. Done into English by William Morris. With an Introduction by Joseph Jacobs, London: George Allen & Co., 1896, which contains all four Romances published in the three Kelmscott Press books.
        • The Story of King Coustans and of Over Sea
          • Introduction
          • Text, "The Story of the Emperor Coustans and of Over Sea"
          • Kelmscott Edition, London, 1894.
          • Included in Old French Romances. Done into English by William Morris. With an Introduction by Joseph Jacobs, London: George Allen & Co., 1896; 1914. This book consists of the four Romances published at the Kelmscott Press.
          • Source, L.Moland and C. D’Hericault, editors, Nouvelles françaises en prose du xiii ième siècle, Paris: Janet, 1856.
          • Collected Works, ed. May Morris, London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1910-1915, Vol. 17, Old French Romances
          • Supplementary Materials: Reviews, Criticism, and Glossary
            • Faulkner, Peter. "Morris and Old French." JWMS 15.1 (Winter 2002): 43-50.  This article provides a clear introduction to the Romances.
            • Jacobs,  Joseph. Introduction to Old French Romances. Done into English by William Morris.  London: George Allen & Co., 1896; 1914, pp. v-xi.
            • Morris,  May. Introduction to Vol. XVII of The Collected Works of William Morris, edited by May Morris, Longmans, Green and Co., 1910-15, Vol. XVII, 1913, xli-ii.
            • Peterson, William. S. A Bibliography of the Kelmscott Press. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984; 1985, pp. 69-71.
            • Unsigned review, Nation, June 1896, 62, 88-89. This is a review of Old French Romances. Done into English by William Morris. With an Introduction by Joseph Jacobs, London: George Allen & Co., 1896, which contains all four Romances published in the three Kelmscott Press books.
      • Lancelot of the Lake
        • Introduction by Roger Simpson
          • Unpublished manuscript, translated by William Morris, c.1870-73
          • Society of Antiquaries MS 905.1 and 905.2, c. 1870-73
          • Society of Antiquaries MS. 905.3 calligraphic manuscript, vol. 3 (fols. 1-307)
          • Society of Antiquaries MS. 905.4, c. 1870-73, calligraphic manuscript, vol. 1 (fair copy of fols. 1-76 of 905.1 with minor rewordings)
          • Unfinished Calligraphic Manuscript Society of Antiquaries MS 905.4 Vol. 1
          • Calligraphic Manuscript Society of Antiquaries MS 905.3
          • The King's Son and The Carl's Son Society of Antiquaries Early Draft Manuscript 908
          • Supplementary Materials:
            • Faulkner, Peter. "Morris and Old French." JWMS 15.1 (Winter 2002): 43-50.
      • Tristram
        • B. L. MS. 45,329, ff. ii + 99
        • About 1870, unfinished; in May Morris's hand, "Manuscript of the date of The Earthly Paradise"
        • Transcription, B. L. MS. 45,329
        • Supplementary Materials:
    • OLD AND MIDDLE ENGLISH
      • Beowulf
        • The Tale of Beowulf Done Out of the Old English Tongue. Trans. By William Morris and A. J. Wyatt. Kelmscott Press, 1895, Images.
        • The Tale of Beowulf, Images, London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1898.
        • Text, The Tale of Beowulf, Collected Works of William Morris, vol. X, London: Longmans, 1911.
        • British Library MS. Add. 45,318
        • Draft, Morgan Library Manuscript MA 312
        • Supplementary Materials:
          • Headnote
          • Criticism
            • Jones, Chris. "The Reception of William Morris's Beowulf, " in Writing on the Image: Reading William Morris, ed. David Latham, Toronto: University of Toronto, 197-208.
            • Hulme, W.H., Review of The Tale of BeowulfModern Language Notes, 15.1 (January 1900): 22-26. [pdf]
            • Morris, May, passage from "Morris as a Writer: The Influence of the North," William Morris: Artist, Writer, Socialist.
            • Tilling, P[hilip] M., "William Morris' Translation of Beowulf: Studies in His Vocabulary." Studies in English Literature and Early Literature in Honor of Paul Christophersen. Ed. P. M. Tilling. New University of Ulster, 1981, 163-75.
            • Watts, Theodore. Rev. BeowulfAthenaeum, 10 August, 1895, 181-82. ReprintedWilliam Morris: The Critical Heritage. Ed. Peter Faulkner. London: Routledge, 1973, 385-87.
      • Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair, edited by Paul Annis
        • Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair, (1895) Text
        • Kelmscott Edition Vol. I images
        • Kelmscott Edition Vol. II images
        • Draft, Huntington Library Manuscript HM6419
        • Transcription, Huntington Library Manuscript HM6419
        • Supplementary materials
          • Doroholschi, Claudia. "Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair: Medievalism and Anti-Naturalism of the 1890s." British and American Studies BAS 14, 2008, 129-37.
          • Mathews, Richard. Introduction, Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair. North Hollywood, California: Newcastle Publishing Company, 1977.
          • Talbot, Norman, ed. and intro. The Story of the Glittering Plain and Child Christopher. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1996.
          • Talbot, Norman, "But were he king, or kinges eyr. . . : Morris's re-telling of Havelok" 10.4 JWMS (Spring 1994).
    • CLASSICAL GREEK AND LATIN
      • The Odyssey
        • Edited by Nathanael Gilbert
        • Text, The Odyssey
        • The Odyssey of Homer Done into English Verse. London: Reeves & Turner, 1887.
        • Manuscript draft, Harry Ransom Library, Texas
        • Transcription, draft Harry Ransom Library, Texas
        • Manuscript Huntington Library HM6448 (fair copy).
        • Supplementary Materials:
          • Buchhorn, Wilhelm. William Morris' Odyssee-Übersetzung. Köningsberg, 1910.
          • De Vega, Sean. "Archaisms and Compounds in Book 6 of Morris's Translation of the Odyssey" [pdf]
          • Morshead, E. D. A., two reviews, Academy, April 1887, xxxi, 299 and March 1888, xxxiii, 143-4. [pdf]
          • Wilde, Oscar, unsigned reviews, Pall Mall Magazine, 26 April 1887, xlv, 5 and 24 November 1888, xlvi, 3. [pdf]
      • The Aeneid
        • Introduction by Sean de Vega
        • Text, The Aeneids of Virgil
        • The Aeneids of Virgil Done into English, London: Ellis and White, 1876.
        • Huntington Library Manuscript, HM6439
        • British Library Additional Manuscript, 45,311
        • Society of Antiquaries, calligraphic trial, Book I, lines 34-89, f. 1 and 1v.
        • Morgan Library, Burne-Jones drawings for a projected edition of The Aeneids
        • Supplementary Materials
          • Cox Brinton, Anna. A Pre-Raphaelite Aeneid of Virgil in the collection of Mrs. Edward Laurence Doheny of Los Angeles: being an essay in honor of the William Morris centenary, 1934.
          • Fitzwilliam Museum. Burne-Jones and William Morris: Designs for the Aeneid and the Kelmscott Chaucer. Fitzwilliam Museum, 1996. [pdf]
          • Illustrations
          • List of drawings held in the Fitzwilliam Museum: "The Hill of Venus" and the Aeneid
          • Mickelsson, Ulla. "Virgil's Aeneid: The Culminating Achievement of William Morris's Illumination Work," Libri: International Library Review, vol. 29, 1979, 260-270. [pdf]
          • Mitchell, Jack."William Morris's Synthetic Aeneids: Virgil as Physical Object," Translation and Literature 24.1, pages 1-22.
          • Nettleship, Henry, review, Academy, November 1875, x, 493-4. [pdf]
          • Unsigned Review, Athenaeum, 13 November 1875, no. 2507, 635-7. [pdf]
          • Unsigned Review, The Catholic World, September 1877, 721-34. [pdf]
      • The Iliad--link to edition by William Whitla, Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 1974
      • A Reader's Apparatus of Morris's Translation of the Aeneid by Sean de Vega
    • OLD ICELANDIC
      • Morris and Old Norse
      • Introduction and Critical Material
      • Introduction: "Morris and the Sagas" by Marjorie Burns
      • Influence of Scandinavian Literature on Morris's Writings, Icelandic Translations
        • Anderson, Karl. "Scandinavian Elements in the Works of William Morris." 
          Diss., Harvard University, 1940. ~ Scan of accessible pdf files.
        • Chapter IV: Morris's Style of Translation
        • Barribeau, James Leigh. "William Morris and Saga-Translation: 'The Story of Magnus the Son of Erling'," The Vikings, ed. R. T. Farrell, London: Phillimore, 1982.[pdf]
        • Durrenberger, Paul and Dorothy Durrenberger. The Saga of Gunnlaugur Snake's Tongue, with an Essay on the Structure and Translation of the Poems. London: Associated University Presses, 1992.
        • Litzenberg, Karl. "Contributions of the Old Norse Language and Literature to the Style and Substance of the Writings of William Morris, 1856-76."Diss., University of Michigan, 1933. - Scan of accessible pdf files.
          • Part I: THE MATERIALS FOR STUDY
            • Chapter 1.1: Classification of Documents 1-19 [pdf]
            • Chapter 1.2 History of William Morris's Old Norse Study 20-58 [pdf]
            • Chapter 1.3: Morris's Appreciation and Criticism of Old Norse Literature 59-88 [pdf]
          • Part II: CONTRIBUTIONS OF OLD NORSE LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE TO MORRIS"S STYLE
            • Chapter 2.1: The Language of Translation 89-167 [pdf]
            • Chapter 2.2 Old Norse Allusions in the Poems 168--197 [pdf]
          • Part III: CONTRIBUTIONS OF OLD NORSE LITERATURE TO THE SUBSTANCE OF MORRIS'S POETRY
            • Chapter 3.1 Introduction 198-201 [pdf]
            • Chapter 3.2 Tthe Wooing of Hallbiorn the Strong 202-209 [pdf]
            • Chapter 3.3 The Wooing of Swanhild 210-228 [pdf]
            • Chapter 3.4 The Fostering of Aslaug 229-244 [pdf]
            • Chapter 3.5 The Lovers of Gudrun 245-275 [pdf]
            • Chapter 3.6 Sigurd the Volsung 276-326
          • Part IV: CONCLUSIONS 327-344 [pdf]
          • APPENDICES
            • A. Morris's Scandinavian Library 345-354 [pdf]
            • B. The Scansion of Morris's Eddic Translations 355-382 [pdf]
          • BIBLIOGRAPHY 389-400 [pdf]
            • Litzenberg, Karl. "William Morris and Scandinavian Literature: A Bibiographical Essay." Scandinavian Studies and Notes, January 1, 1933, 93-105.
            • Litzenberg, Karl. "William Morris and the Heimskringla." Scandinavian Studies and Notes 14.3 (1936), 33-39.
            • Litzenberg, Karl. "William Morris and the 'Literary' Tradition." Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review 53 (1946), 48-55.
            • Morris, May, "Morris as a Writer: The Influence of the North," in Artist, Writer, Socialist.
            • Morris, William. "The Early Literature of the North--Iceland," The Unpublished Lectures of William Morris. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1969.
            • Morris, William. "The Mythology and Religion of the North," WMG MS. J146, c. 1876. Formerly in possession of Georgiana Burne-Jones and presented to the William Morris Gallery by Margaret Mackail.
            • Swannell, J. N. William Morris and Old Norse Literature. London: William Morris Society, 1961. [pdf]
            • Sveinsson "The Value of Icelandic Sagas," Saga Book
      • Icelandic-related Materials: Criticism, Icelandic Diaries, Illuminated Norse Manuscripts
        • Aho, Gary. "Following in the Footsteps of William Morris." Atlantica and Iceland Review 20 (Winter 1982), 84-93.
        • Aho, Gary. "William Morris and Iceland." Kairos 1, no. 2(1982), 102-33.
        • Anonymous, "Mr. William Morris on Iceland." Pall Mall Gazette, October 10, 1887, p. 13-14.
        • Barribeau, James Leigh. "William Morris and Saga-Translation: 'The Story of Magnus the Son of Erling'," The Vikings, ed. R. T. Farrell, London: Phillimore, 1982. [pdf]
        • Calder, Grace J. and Alfred Fairbank. The Story of Kormak the Son of Ogmund, by William Morris and Eirikr Magnusson, with an Introduction by Grace J. Calder and a Note on the manuscript work of William Morris by Alfred Fairbank. William Morris Society, 1970.Appendices: "A Note on Drottkvaett," pp. 47-51; "A Note on the Manuscript Work of William Morris," Alfred Fairbank, 53-64; "An Annotated List of the Manuscript Work of William Morris," Alfred Fairbank, 65-69. In addition to topics related to Kormak, Calder's introduction considers "The Critical Reception of Morris's Translations," "Iceland in the Tenth Century," "The Art of the Saga," and the nature of the Icelandic "Drottkvaett."
        • Durrenberger, E. Paul and Dorothy Durrenberger. The Saga of Gunnlaugs Snake-Tongue, with an Essay on the Structure and Translation of the Poem. London: Associated University Presses, 1992. Einarsson, Stefan. "Eirikr Magnusson and His Saga Translations." Scandinavian Studies 13 (1933-35), 17-32.
        • Ellison, Ruth C. "'The Undying Glory of Dreams': William Morris and 'The Northland of Old,'" Victorian Poetry, ed. M. Bradbury and D. Palmer. London: E. Arnold, 1972, 138-75.
        • Fairbank, Alfred. "A Note on the Manuscript Work of William Morris," and "An Annotated List of the Manuscript Work of William Morris." See Calder, above.
        • Glauser, Jürg. "The End of the Saga: Text, Tradition and Transmission in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Iceland." Northern Antiquity: The Post-Medieval Reception of Edda and Saga, ed. Andrew Wawn. Middlesex: Hisarlik Press, 1994, 101-42.
        • Harris, Richard. "William Morris, Eirikr Magnusson and Iceland: A Survey of Correspondence," Victorian Poetry 13 (1975), 119-30.
        • Litzenberg, Karl. "The Diction of William Morris." Archive for Nordisk Fiologi 53 (1937), 327-63.
        • Powell, George E. J. and Eirikr Magnusson, trans., Icelandic Legends. Collected by Jon Arnason. London: Bentley, 1864; 2nd series: Longman and Green, 1866.
        • Purkis, John. "William Morris: His Dream of 'The Northland'". Heritage and Identity:Shaping the Nations of the North.Papers presented at the 2001 Heritage Convention. Shaftesbury: Donhead, 2002, 85-98.
        • Quirk, Randolph. "Dasent, William Morris, and Problems of Translation." Saga Book 14 (1953), 64-77.
        • Swannell, J. N. "William Morris as an Interpreter of Old Norse," Saga Book 15 (1961), 365-82.
        • Wawn, Andrew. "The Cult of 'Stalwart Frith-thjof' in Victorian Britain," Northern Antiquity: The Post Medieval Reception of Edda and Saga. Middlesex: Hisarlike Press, 1994, 211-54.
        • Wawn, Andrew. "The Spirit of 1892: Sagas, Saga-Steads and Victorian Philology." Saga Book 23 (1993), 213-52.
        • Wawn, Andrew. "William Morris and the Translation of Iceland," in Shirley Chew and Alistair Stead (eds), Translating Life: Studies in Transpositional Aesthetics (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1999), 253-76.
        • Whitla, William. "'Sympathetic Translation' and the 'Scribe's Capacity': Morris's Calligraphy and the Icelandic Sagas." Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 10 (Fall 2001): 27-108. See Appendix A: "William Morris's Calligraphic Manuscripts," 80-94, which details the locations and features of Morris's illuminated manuscripts of his Icelandic translations, and Appendix B: "The Old Norse Translations of William Morris and Related Materials."
      • The Story of Grettir the Strong
        • Introduction by Marjorie Burns
        • Text, "The Story of Grettir the Strong." Translated from the Icelandic by William Morris and Eiríkr Magnusson.
        • First Edition. Grettis Saga: The Story of Grettir the Strong. Translated from the Icelandic by William Morris and Eiríkr Magnusson. London: F. S. Ellis, 1869.

        • British Library MS. Add. 45,318 images, f. 91 Sonnets of Grettir
        • Draft for Grettir translation, in Eirikr Magnusson's hand with corrections by Morris, Courtesy of the Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum (the Wilson).
        • Ms. for printer, Fitzwilliam Library, 1869, 25F, with many renumberings and some corrections; chapters 89-90, ff. 17-20 and chapter 92, f. 27 are near calligraphic. Donated in 1905.
        • Supplementary Materials:
          • Text of Grettis saga, Icelandic Saga Database
          • May Morris, remarks in introduction to Collected Works, Vol. VII,Grettir the Strong
          • Anderson, Karl. "Scandinavian Elements in the Works of William Morris." Diss. Harvard, 1940. Grettissaga, pp. 926-941.
      • Volsunga Saga
        • Introduction by Marjorie Burns
        • Völsunga Saga: The Story of the Volsungs and Niblungs, with certain Songs from the Elder Edda. Translated by Eiríkir Magnusson and William Morris. London: Ellis, 1870.
        • Völsunga Saga: The Story of the Volsungs and Niblungs, with certain Songs from the Elder Edda. Translated by Eiríkir Magnusson and William Morris. London: Walter Scott Press, 1888. Text.
        • Völsunga Saga: The Story of the Volsungs and Niblungs, with certain Songs from the Elder Edda. Translated by Eiríkir Magnusson and William Morris. London: Ellis, 1870. Images.
        • Supplementary Materials:
          • Anderson, Karl. From Chapter 1, "The Beginning of Morris's Interest in the History and Literature of Early Scandinavia: 1834-1870," "Scandinavian Elements in the Works of William Morris." Diss. Harvard, 1940. "The Volsunga Saga," pp. 110-19.
          • Anonymous review, Athenæum. 11 June 1870, no.2224, 763-64.
          • Anonymous reviewer. Old and New, July-December 1870, 364-67.[pdf]
          • Kennedy, John. "English Translations of the Volsunga Saga." In Northern Antiquity: The Post Medieval Reception of Edda and Saga," ed. Andrew Wawn. Middlesex: Hisarlik Press, 1994, 285-304.
          • Morris, William, Letter to Charles Norton, 21 December, 1869; to Algernon Swinburne, 21 December, 1869, from Norman Kelvin, ed., The Collected Letters of William Morris, vol. 1, 1984.[pdf]
          • Simcox, G.A. Academy. 13 August, 1870, 278-9. [pdf]
          • Ugolnik, Anthony. "The Victorian Skald: Old Icelandic and the Evolution of William Morris' Sigurd the Volsung," After Summer Seed: Reconsiderations of William Morris's Sigurd the Volsung, Shiremanstown, Pennsylvania: William Morris Society in the United States, 1977. [pdf format]
      • Three Northern Love Stories
        • Three Northern Love Stories, Text, Translated by William Morris and Eirikr Magnusson. London Ellis and White, 1875. Contains The Story of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald; The Story of Frithiof the Bold; The Story of Viglund the Fair; The Tale of Hogni and Hedinn; The Tale of Roi the Fool; The Tale of Thorstein Staff-Smitten.
        • Three Northen Love Tales. Ellis and White, 1875.
          Background and Criticism
          • Aho, Gary, Intro. Three Northern Love Stories and Other Tales. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1996.
      • Egil's Saga
        • Introduction
          • Calligraphic Manuscript, Society of Antiquaries, M. S. 907
          • Transcription of Calligrahic Manuscript
          • Alternate version of Egilssaga, in May Morris, ed., William Morris: Artist, Writer, Socialist, 1936, vol. 1. pdf.
        • Supplementary Materials
      • Tale of Haldor
        • Unfinished Calligraphic Manuscript
        • Supplementary materials
      • The Story of the Ere-Dwellers
        • The Story of Erbyggja Saga
          • Introduction to The Story of the Ere-Dwellers and The Story of the Heath-Slayings by Marjorie Burns
            • Preface by William Morris and Eírikr Magnússon, pdf format
            • Saga Library text The Story of the Ere-Dwellers, pdf format
            • Saga Library text The Story of the Heath-Slayings, pdf format
            • Story of Olaf the Holy images of Leeds Library Manuscript, photographed by Ian Felce, pdf format
          • Supplementary
            • Anderson, Karl. Scandinavian Elements in the Works of William Morris, diss. Harvard University 1940, pp.885-925. [pdf]
            • Eyrbyggja Saga, manuscript compared with 1892 version: pp.885-925, 949-55;
              Grettissaga, pp.926-41;
              Style of Morris's illuminated mss., pp.942-91;
              Prologue to Heimskringla, 956-66;
              Haralds saga, pp.967-76;
              Howard the Halt, pp.977-91;
              Old Icelandic usages in Morris's poetry, pp. 993-98;
              Scandinavian works in Morris's library, pp. 999-1010
            • Einarsson, Stefan. "Eirikr Magnusson and His Saga Translations." Scandinavain Studies 13 (1933-35), 17-32.
            • Hollander, Lee M., "The Structure of Eyrbyggja Saga." The Journal of English and Germanic Philology,vol. 58, no.2, (April 1959), 222-2. [pdf]
            • McCreesh, Bernadine, "Structural Patterns in the Eyrbyggja Saga and Other Sagas of the Conversion." Medieval Scaninavia, vol. 11, (1978-79), 271-80. 
      • The Story of Kormak
        • The Story of Kormak the Son of Ogmund, William Morris Society, 1970
        • Manuscript, The Story of Kormak Son of Ogmund, Morgan Library MA 1804
      • The Saga Library--
      • The Story of the Men of Weaponfirth (unpublished fragment)
        • Fair copy in 'Italian' script, titled in red ink, "The Story of the Men of Weaponfirth/ Chap 1: Brodd Helgi slayeth Swart." Cheltenham Library and Wilson Art Gallery, Y7, ff. 1-18, calligraphic ms. both sides. [pdf]
      • See also Icelandic Diaries, with phtographs of places Morris saw during his visits to Iceland.
    • List of Translations

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