William Morris

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Standard Name: Morris, William

Connections

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Cultural formation H. D.
HD's interest in spiritualism is perhaps traceable to her Moravian background as well as to the yogi books given to her by Ezra Pound when she was a teenager. During the Second World War she...
Cultural formation Hannah Cullwick
To all eyes she lived as Munby's servant; she often still slept in the basement kitchen. In the evenings, however, she played the role of a lady wife, sitting with Munby in the parlour, conversing...
Cultural formation Eva Gore-Booth
EGB came from a Protestant family but broke with that tradition in favour of many other spiritual pursuits. Biographer Gifford Lewis writes: even before her teens she had become, in Christian terms, godless and her...
Education H. D.
Following her withdrawal from Bryn Mawr, HD (with Pound 's assistance) embarked on an intensive independent study programme that lasted for five years. During this period she read and studied writers such as William Morris
Education Constance Smedley
After this she became a star student
Brockington, Grace. “&A World Fellowship&: The Founding of the International Lyceum Club for Women Artists and Writers”. Lyceum Club.
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at the Birmingham School of Art, an even more exciting arena for adventure.
Smedley, Constance, and Maxwell Armfield. Crusaders. Chatto & Windus, 1912.
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Again her memoirs lovingly enumerate the names of her teachers, fellow-students (divided...
Education Mary Agnes Hamilton
During her studies at Cambridge, MAH met Lady Burne-Jones , who read to her from the letters of her husband Edward Burne-Jones and of William Morris as well as the poetry of Morris . She...
Education Sylvia Pankhurst
SP grew up amidst the political discussions of her parents' home. An intimate friend, politician Keir Hardie , later remarked of this informal education: So that is what is the matter with you! You heard...
Family and Intimate relationships Dante Gabriel Rossetti
DGR met the woman who became known professionally as Fanny Cornforth in 1856, when she began to sit for him for paintings including an unfinished study of a fallen woman or prostitute entitled Found...
Family and Intimate relationships Florence Farr
FF is now probably best remembered for her personal and professional relationships with two literary men, Bernard Shaw and W. B. Yeats . It seems that she met Shaw at William Morris 's house in...
Family and Intimate relationships Katharine Bruce Glasier
KBG was devastated by her husband's death, but later she began to experience visions of his continuing presence (as she did of her son's presence after he too died).
Kelly, Gary, and Edd Applegate, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 190. Gale Research, 1998.
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Glasier, Katharine Bruce. The Glen Book. London.
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John Bruce Glasier had...
Friends, Associates Isabella Neil Harwood
The position of her father as a journal editor put INH in contact with several well-known authors of the time. She attended a party with her parents at the house of Dr Westland Marston ...
Friends, Associates F. Mabel Robinson
FMR shared to the full the social involvement of her family with entertaining leading figures in London cultural life: such men as John Singer Sargent , Robert Browning , William Morris , and Oscar Wilde
Friends, Associates Edith J. Simcox
Her connection with George Eliot and her own political activities brought EJS into friendly association with a number of key social figures including William Morris , Eliza Orme , and Elizabeth Garrett Anderson .
Fulmer, Constance M., Margaret E. Barfield, and Edith J. Simcox. “Preface, Introduction and Editorial Materials”. A Monument to the Memory of George Eliot, Garland, 1998, pp. xi - xvii, 1.
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Fulmer, Constance M. “A Nineteenth Century ’Womanist’ on Gender Issues: Edith Simcox in her Autobiography of a Shirtmaker”. Nineteenth Century Prose, No. 2, pp. 110 - 26.
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Friends, Associates Rudyard Kipling
RK and his sister Trix spent Decembers (the Christmas holidays) with their mother's sister Lady Burne-Jones , and her husband, the painter Sir Edward Burne-Jones , at their home, The Grange, in Fulham. Here...
Friends, Associates Algernon Charles Swinburne
After leaving Eton , he met Lady Pauline and Walter Trevelyan , who became longtime friends and supporters. At Oxford he was first introduced to the Pre-Raphaelites , and he forged friendships with Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Timeline

1810-1811
The Chiswick Press was established by Charles Wittingham the Elder , when he moved his printing works to Chiswick; the name stayed when the press moved back into central London.
1 January 1856
The first issue of the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine was published; it sold for a shilling.
22 March 1857
The death by arsenic poisoning of her lover, shipping clerk Emile L'Angelier , led to the prominent trial for murder of Madeleine Smith , daughter of an affluent Glasgow architect.
March 1858
William Morris published his first volume of poetry, The Defence of Guenevere, and Other Poems.
1868
Frederick Startridge Ellis began his publishing career by issuing (in a single volume) parts one and two of William Morris 's poem or series of poems The Earthly Paradise.
1872
The Royal School of Art Needlework was founded by Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein , daughter of Queen Victoria (formerly known as Princess Helena).
1875
Arthur Lasenby Liberty opened a shop, the present Liberty's , at 218a Regent Street, London, and imported soft oriental fabrics, kimonos, and fans; he also persuaded British manufacturers to print oriental designs on soft...
1881
The Kyrle Society (founded by Octavia Hill in 1877) held its first public meeting, which Emilie Barrington described some years later in a letter to The Times.
1883
Charles Henry Olive Daniel 's Daniel Press offered its first book for sale.
1883
William Morris published with Reeves of London the first of his Chants for Socialists: No 1. The Day is Coming.
December 1884
Eleanor Marx , William Morris , and Edward Aveling were among those who formed the Socialist League after abandoning the Social Democratic Federation in protest over H. M. Hyndman 's leadership.
November 1886-January 1887
William Morris published A Dream of John Ball in his socialist journal, Commonweal. It appeared in volume form in 1888.
1889
William Morris published his prose romanceA Tale of the House of the Wolfings.
January-October 1890
William Morris published News from Nowhere in Commonweal.
1891
William Morris published his collection Poems by the Way at his own Kelmscott Press .