Review and Criticism - Poems by the Way
Boos, Florence. “‘The Banners of the Spring to Be’: The Dialectical Pattern of Morris’s Later Poetry.” English Studies, 81 (February 2000): 14-40.
Boos, Florence S. “Narrative Design in The Pilgrims of Hope.” Socialism and the Literary Artistry of William Morris. Ed. Florence S. Boos and Carole Silver. Columbia, Missouri: U of Missouri P, 1990. 147-66.
Faulkner, Peter. “The Briar Rose.” The Journal of William Morris Studies, 18.3 (Winter 2009): 56-63.
Faulkner, Peter. “The Male as Lover, Fool, and Hero: ‘Goldilocks’ and the Late Prose Romances.” Victorian Poetry, 34 (Autumn 1996): 413-24.
George, J.A. “A Very Private Gesture: William Morris’ ‘A Book of Verse’ and its Public Sequel.” Private and Public Voices in Victorian Poetry. Ed. Sabine Coelsch-Foisner and Holger Klein. Tubinger: Stauffenburg Verlag, 2000. 103-10.
Goodwin, Kenneth. “The Summation of a Poetic Career: Poems by the Way.” Victorian Poetry, 34 (Autumn 1996): 397-410.
Holzman, Michael. “Propaganda, Passion, and Literary Art in William Morris’s The Pilgrims of Hope.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 24.4 (Winter 1982), 372-93.
Litzenberg, Karl. “Contributions of the Old Norse Language and Literature to the Style and Substance of the Writings of William Morris, 1856-76.” Diss. U of Michigan, 1933.
Morris, May. Introduction. The Collected Works of William Morris. Vol. 9. Ed. May Morris. London: Longmans, 1911. xxxiv-xxxix.
Salmon, Nicholas. “The Communist Poet-Laureate: William Morris's Chants for Socialists.” The Journal of the William Morris Society, 14.3 (Winter 2001): 31-40.
Salmon, Nicholas. “The Serialization of The Pilgrims of Hope.” The Journal of the William Morris Society, 12.2 (Spring 1997): 14-25.