Fine. Paperback. "William Morris was the most prominent Victorian artist to embrace the new socialist movement of the 1880s, and his socialist diary one of the only two extended diaries he kept. The diary provides us with a highly accessible introduction to his political activities, and documents the energy and enthusiasm of his work for 'the social revolution', a commitment which strongly influenced the origins of British socialism. Florence Boos's carefully edited text is supplemented by many running notes and separate biographical sketches of fellow-workers in the early socialist movement whom Morris mentioned in the diary" (back cover). Fine in red paper wrappers with black title to spine and front cover. Slight wear to corners of wrappers and slight yellowing to interior pages. Clean and bright. 75 pages. MOR/080515.
ISBN 0904526453. Trade Paperback. Very Good Condition. Tight sound unmarked copy, except for price neatly blacked out on back cover, with minor rubs and creases to edges and corners of covers. Reprint edition. Copy 2.
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