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William Morris As I Knew Him Bernard Shaw

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MORRIS AS I KNEW HIM Bernard Shaw Foreword by Stanley Morison Introduction by Basil Blackwell William Morris Society, London 1966 42pp Paperback. This copy is bright and tight and unmarked. The blue grey dust wrapper has some age toning to the edges. Shaw became an active member of the Social Democratic Federation (SDF), and became friends with others in the movement including William Morris, Eleanor Marx, Annie Besant, Walter Crane, Edward Aveling and Belfort Bax. In May 1884 Shaw joined the Fabian Society and the following year, the Socialist League, an organisation that had been formed by Morris and Marx after a dispute with H. H. Hyndman, the leader of the SDF. This memoir was originally published in the now rare second and politcal volume of 'Lectures on Socialism and Anarchism' this special publication was issued to members of the William Morris Society to commeorate the first ten years of the society and was printed at the Dolmen Press in Dublin.

William Morris Society, London, 1966. Paperback. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition.

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Author(s):
Bernard Shaw
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
42

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MORRIS AS I KNEW HIM Bernard Shaw Foreword by Stanley Morison Introduction by Basil Blackwell William Morris Society, London 1966 42pp Paperback. This copy is bright and tight and unmarked. The blue grey dust wrapper has some age toning to the edges. Shaw became an active member of the Social Democratic Federation (SDF), and became friends with others in the movement including William Morris, Eleanor Marx, Annie Besant, Walter Crane, Edward Aveling and Belfort Bax. In May 1884 Shaw joined the Fabian Society and the following year, the Socialist League, an organisation that had been formed by Morris and Marx after a dispute with H. H. Hyndman, the leader of the SDF. This memoir was originally published in the now rare second and politcal volume of 'Lectures on Socialism and Anarchism' this special publication was issued to members of the William Morris Society to commeorate the first ten years of the society and was printed at the Dolmen Press in Dublin.

William Morris Society, London, 1966. Paperback. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition.

Author(s):
Bernard Shaw
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
42

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