During his productive life, Scotsman William Morris contributed much to the fields of design and art. The William Morris Society helps to preserve his memory, and to afford interested parties the ability to learn more about his legacy and his influential body of writings. The site's main attractions are contained within four sections: "Life", "Art", "Writing", and "Social Thought". Morris neophytes should read both biographical sketches of the man, and then click on to the "Writings" Section. Here they will find a chronological list of his writings, with links to a number of them, including "Hopes and Fears for Art" and "Art and Socialism". Additionally, visitors will want to click on the "Art" area to see examples of Morris's book designs, calligraphy, furniture, and tapestries.


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