William Morris

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Noun1.William Morris - English poet and craftsman (1834-1896)
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"As a result of doing that, paintings by what are now very famous Pre-Raphaelite artists like (Dante Gabriel) Rossetti, William Morris, William Bell Scott, (William Holman) Hunt and all sorts, are dotted in galleries all around the world and in private collections.
Gelber, "Working at Playing: The Culture of the Workplace and the Rise of Baseball," Journal of Social History, 16,4 (Summer 1983), 16; Peter Morris, "Union Base Ball Club of Lansingburgh/Troy Haymakers," in Peter Morris, William J.
|They are (left to right) Daniel Morris, William Morris, Eve Mullen, Declan Pang (back), Harriet Lee, Alfie Kelly and Owen Foster.
With: Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Julian Morris, William Ruane, Stephen Waiters, Claire Keelan, Michael Ryan, Shaun Mason, Gabrielle Reidy, Mark Womack, Stephen Aintree, Lisa Millett, Johann Myers, Emma Bispham.
Skylar Holliman, Julius Ittel, Heather Jenness, Jenna Johnson, Vivian Kim, Caroline LaFon, Conner Lindsley, Jessica Martin, Christopher McMahen, Jacob Moch, Stephanie Morgan, Makayla Morris, William Parmenter, Kiva Perkins, Claire Peters, Corallynn Pierce, Dalton Pierzina, McKynzie Ritchie, Kristina Roberts, Bradley Rowell,
Dale Morris, William Murphy, Jim Nolan, Charles Price, Harold Price, David Sheehan, Paul Somerville, Dave Stotz, Scott Summers, Mike Thiele, George Thompson, Bob Westphal and Tom White.
Theirs are not household names: Tench Coxe, Albert Gallatin, Thomas Willing, Robert Morris, William Duer, Nicholas Biddle, and Stephen Girard.
Morris, William. Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair.
Through a copious use of illustrations, for which Abrams is famous, the author looks at the background and then examines various aspects such as the influence of the Cotswolds, the work of William Morris, William Robinson, Gertrude Jekyll and Lutyens and the movement's influence abroad.
Chapter 2, "The Poetics of Antislavery," surveys works by 15 poets--Anna Letitia Barbauld, Joel Barlow, William Cowper, Thomas Day, Theodore Dwight, Bryan Edwards, Philip Freneau, David Humphreys, Hannah More, Thomas Morris, William Roscoe, William Shenstone, John Singleton, Phillis Wheatley, and Ann Yearsley--whose verse makes use of what Gould names "the language of commercial exchange." Gould's particular engagement is with how the poetry fashions a "troubling equivalence between 'civilized' and 'savage' societies," portraying the barbarously uncivilized trader as a marker of the potential fall of a presumably enlightened society, whose institutions accommodate savage values.
It's no exaggeration to say "America's best" in the subtitle: Robert Penn Warren, David Halberstam, Maya Angelou, Ralph Ellison, Richard Wright, Willie Morris, William Styron, Eudora Weltry, William Faulkner, Alice Walker, Walker Percy--and more!