William Morris and the Idea of Community

Romance, History and Propaganda, 1880–1914

Anna Vaninskaya

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Introduction
I. ROMANCE
1. The Romance Revival
2. The Paradoxes of Mr Morris
II. HISTORY
3. The Dark Ages
4. The Middle Ages
III. PROPAGANDA
5. Socialist Hybrids
6. Education and Association
Bibliography
Index.
Anna Vaninskaya spent equal portions of her life in Russia, America, and Britain. She received her doctorate in English Literature from Oxford University, worked as a research fellow at King's College, Cambridge and with the Cambridge Victorian Studies Group, and is now a Lecturer in Victorian Literature at the University of Edinburgh. Her research interests include nineteenth-century socialism, popular reading, and historical cultures, the history of education and the work of writers such as Morris, Wells, Chesterton, Orwell, and Tolkien.

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