"Gold mines of thought to lift the hidden ore . . . "|
The earliest romances by William Morris appeared in a short-lived magazine he himself created and edited -- The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine, published through the year of 1856.
The World of Romance features works from those pages filled with both dramatic and descriptive power. Poetry, vitality and robust imagination all flavor these medieval romances, including the "The Story of the Unknown Church," "Lindenborg Pool," and the grim and powerful knight's tale, "Golden Wings."