A Selection from the Poems of William Morris
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A Selection from the Poems of William Morris
By William Morris
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    • COLLECTION
      • OF
    • OF
  • BRITISH AUTHORS
    • TAUCHNITZ EDITION.
      • VOL. 2378. POEMS BY WILLIAM MORRIS IN ONE VOLUME.
        • LEIPZIG: BERNHARD TAUCHNITZ
        • This Collection is published with copyright for Continental circulation, but all purchasers are earnestly requested not to introduce the volumes into England or into any British Colony.
      • LEIPZIG: BERNHARD TAUCHNITZ
      • This Collection is published with copyright for Continental circulation, but all purchasers are earnestly requested not to introduce the volumes into England or into any British Colony.
    • VOL. 2378. POEMS BY WILLIAM MORRIS IN ONE VOLUME.
      • LEIPZIG: BERNHARD TAUCHNITZ
      • This Collection is published with copyright for Continental circulation, but all purchasers are earnestly requested not to introduce the volumes into England or into any British Colony.
    • LEIPZIG: BERNHARD TAUCHNITZ
    • This Collection is published with copyright for Continental circulation, but all purchasers are earnestly requested not to introduce the volumes into England or into any British Colony.
    • COLLECTION
      • OF
    • OF
  • BRITISH AUTHORS
    • TAUCHNITZ EDITION.
      • VOL. 2378. POEMS BY WILLIAM MORRIS. IN ONE VOLUME.
      • A SELECTION
    • VOL. 2378. POEMS BY WILLIAM MORRIS. IN ONE VOLUME.
    • A SELECTION
    • THE POEMS
  • WILLIAM MORRIS.
    • WITH A MEMOIR
      • COPYRIGHT EDITION.
      • LEIPZIG BERNHARD TAUCHNITZ 1886.
        • The Right of Translation is reserved.
      • The Right of Translation is reserved.
    • COPYRIGHT EDITION.
    • LEIPZIG BERNHARD TAUCHNITZ 1886.
      • The Right of Translation is reserved.
    • The Right of Translation is reserved.
    • MEMOIR
      • OF
    • OF
    • WILLIAM MORRIS.
    • CONTENTS.
      • FROM
    • FROM
    • "THE DEFENCE OF GUENEVERE AND OTHER POEMS."
    • THE DEFENCE OF GUENEVERE.
    • A GOOD KNIGHT IN PRISON.
      • Sir Guy, being in the court of a Pagan castle.
        • The Pagans, from the battlements.
        • The Pagans, from without.
        • Sir Guy.
        • Sir Launcelot, from outside.
        • The Pagans, from the battlements.
        • Sir Launcelot.
        • Sir Guy sayeth afterwards.
      • The Pagans, from the battlements.
      • The Pagans, from without.
      • Sir Guy.
      • Sir Launcelot, from outside.
      • The Pagans, from the battlements.
      • Sir Launcelot.
      • Sir Guy sayeth afterwards.
    • Sir Guy, being in the court of a Pagan castle.
      • The Pagans, from the battlements.
      • The Pagans, from without.
      • Sir Guy.
      • Sir Launcelot, from outside.
      • The Pagans, from the battlements.
      • Sir Launcelot.
      • Sir Guy sayeth afterwards.
    • The Pagans, from the battlements.
    • The Pagans, from without.
    • Sir Guy.
    • Sir Launcelot, from outside.
    • The Pagans, from the battlements.
    • Sir Launcelot.
    • Sir Guy sayeth afterwards.
    • SHAMEFUL DEATH.
    • THE EVE OF CRECY.
    • THE HAYSTACK IN THE FLOODS.
    • RIDING TOGETHER.
    • SUMMER DAWN.
      • FROM
    • FROM
    • "THE LIFE AND DEATH OF JASON."
      • BOOK XIV.
        • The Sirens—The Garden of the Hesperides —The Heroes do Sacrifice at Malea.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
        • The Sirens.
        • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens—The Garden of the Hesperides —The Heroes do Sacrifice at Malea.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • FROM
    • BOOK XIV.
      • The Sirens—The Garden of the Hesperides —The Heroes do Sacrifice at Malea.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
      • The Sirens.
      • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens—The Garden of the Hesperides —The Heroes do Sacrifice at Malea.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • The Sirens.
    • Orpheus.
    • FROM
    • "THE EARTHLY PARADISE."
      • AN APOLOGY.
      • FROM
    • AN APOLOGY.
    • FROM
    • PROLOGUE—THE WANDERERS.
      • ARGUMENT.
        • The Elder of the City.
        • The Wanderer.
      • The Elder of the City.
      • The Wanderer.
    • ARGUMENT.
      • The Elder of the City.
      • The Wanderer.
    • The Elder of the City.
    • The Wanderer.
    • OGIER THE DANE.
      • ARGUMENT.
    • ARGUMENT.
    • Song.
      • HÆC.
      • ILLE.
      • HÆC.
      • ILLE.
    • HÆC.
    • ILLE.
    • HÆC.
    • ILLE.
    • THE GOLDEN APPLES.
    • L'ENVOI.
    • FROM "LOVE IS ENOUGH."
      • INTERLUDES.
        • 1.
        • 2.
        • 3.
        • 4.
      • 1.
      • 2.
      • 3.
      • 4.
      • FROM
    • INTERLUDES.
      • 1.
      • 2.
      • 3.
      • 4.
    • 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
    • 4.
    • FROM
    • "THE STORY OF SIGURD THE VOLSUNG."
      • BOOK II.
    • BOOK II.
    • R E G I N.
      • Of the birth of Sigurd the son of Sigmund.
        • Sigurd getteth to him the horse that is called Greyfell.
        • Regin telleth Sigurd of his kindred, and of the Gold that was accursed from ancient days.
        • Of the forging of the Sword that is called The Wrath of Sigurd.
        • Of Gripir's Foretelling.
        • Sigurd rideth to the Glittering Heath.
        • Sigurd slayeth Fafnir the Serpent.
        • Sigurd slayeth Regin the Master of Masters on the Glittering Heath.
        • How Sigurd took to him the Treasure of the Elf Andvari.
        • How Sigurd awoke Brynhild upon Hindfell.
        • THE END.
      • Sigurd getteth to him the horse that is called Greyfell.
      • Regin telleth Sigurd of his kindred, and of the Gold that was accursed from ancient days.
      • Of the forging of the Sword that is called The Wrath of Sigurd.
      • Of Gripir's Foretelling.
      • Sigurd rideth to the Glittering Heath.
      • Sigurd slayeth Fafnir the Serpent.
      • Sigurd slayeth Regin the Master of Masters on the Glittering Heath.
      • How Sigurd took to him the Treasure of the Elf Andvari.
      • How Sigurd awoke Brynhild upon Hindfell.
      • THE END.
      • PRINTING OFFICE OF THE PUBLISHER.
        • Sold by all the principal booksellers on the Continent.
      • Sold by all the principal booksellers on the Continent.
    • Of the birth of Sigurd the son of Sigmund.
      • Sigurd getteth to him the horse that is called Greyfell.
      • Regin telleth Sigurd of his kindred, and of the Gold that was accursed from ancient days.
      • Of the forging of the Sword that is called The Wrath of Sigurd.
      • Of Gripir's Foretelling.
      • Sigurd rideth to the Glittering Heath.
      • Sigurd slayeth Fafnir the Serpent.
      • Sigurd slayeth Regin the Master of Masters on the Glittering Heath.
      • How Sigurd took to him the Treasure of the Elf Andvari.
      • How Sigurd awoke Brynhild upon Hindfell.
      • THE END.
    • Sigurd getteth to him the horse that is called Greyfell.
    • Regin telleth Sigurd of his kindred, and of the Gold that was accursed from ancient days.
    • Of the forging of the Sword that is called The Wrath of Sigurd.
    • Of Gripir's Foretelling.
    • Sigurd rideth to the Glittering Heath.
    • Sigurd slayeth Fafnir the Serpent.
    • Sigurd slayeth Regin the Master of Masters on the Glittering Heath.
    • How Sigurd took to him the Treasure of the Elf Andvari.
    • How Sigurd awoke Brynhild upon Hindfell.
    • THE END.
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    • January 1886.
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