This book gathers together thirteen interviews with William Morris which appeared in newspapers or journals between 1885 and 1896, the year of his death. Taken as a whole, the interviews give us a vivid sense of Morris as he appeared to his contemporaries: of his range of activities and preoccupations, his places of work and leisure, his clothes, gestures, moods and phrases. In these interviews we see Morris to be intellectually restless, constantly pressing forward into new fields of artistic endeavour, and always relating these to the wider politics of his society.
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