The Well at the World's End by Wiliam Morris, Fiction, Fantasy, Classics, Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology William Morris

The Well at the World's End by Wiliam Morris, Fiction, Fantasy, Classics, Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology

Author: William Morris
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Book Title
The Well at the World's End by Wiliam Morris, Fiction, Fantasy, Classics, Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology
Author
William Morris
ISBN
9781598182989
COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUMEWilliam Morris was a Renaissance Man who left interesting marks across a variety of fields -- he was an artist, a philosopher, a politician, a utopian fantasist and as this wonderful tale will demonstrate, a man with the capacity for romance on an epic scale.Using language with elements of the medieval tales which were his models, Morris tells the story of Peter, King of Upmeads, and his four sons, Blaise, Hugh, Gregory, and Ralph. These four sons decide one day that they would like to explore the world, so their father gives them permission. From that point on, the plot centers on the youngest son, Ralph. William Morris was a Renaissance Man who left interesting marks across a variety of fields -- he was an artist, a philosopher, a politician, a utopian fantasist, and, as this wonderful tale will demonstrate, a man with the capacity for romance on an epic scale.Binding Type: HardcoverAuthor: William MorrisPublisher: AegypanPublished: 07/01/2006ISBN: 9781598182989Pages: 472Weight: 1.82lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 1.19d

COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME

William Morris was a Renaissance Man who left interesting marks across a variety of fields -- he was an artist, a philosopher, a politician, a utopian fantasist and as this wonderful tale will demonstrate, a man with the capacity for romance on an epic scale.

Using language with elements of the medieval tales which were his models, Morris tells the story of Peter, King of Upmeads, and his four sons, Blaise, Hugh, Gregory, and Ralph. These four sons decide one day that they would like to explore the world, so their father gives them permission. From that point on, the plot centers on the youngest son, Ralph. William Morris was a Renaissance Man who left interesting marks across a variety of fields -- he was an artist, a philosopher, a politician, a utopian fantasist, and, as this wonderful tale will demonstrate, a man with the capacity for romance on an epic scale.



Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: William Morris
Publisher: Aegypan
Published: 07/01/2006
ISBN: 9781598182989
Pages: 472
Weight: 1.82lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 1.19d

COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME

William Morris was a Renaissance Man who left interesting marks across a variety of fields -- he was an artist, a philosopher, a politician, a utopian fantasist and as this wonderful tale will demonstrate, a man with the capacity for romance on an epic scale.

Using language with elements of the medieval tales which were his models, Morris tells the story of Peter, King of Upmeads, and his four sons, Blaise, Hugh, Gregory, and Ralph. These four sons decide one day that they would like to explore the world, so their father gives them permission. From that point on, the plot centers on the youngest son, Ralph. William Morris was a Renaissance Man who left interesting marks across a variety of fields -- he was an artist, a philosopher, a politician, a utopian fantasist, and, as this wonderful tale will demonstrate, a man with the capacity for romance on an epic scale.



Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: William Morris
Publisher: Aegypan
Published: 07/01/2006
ISBN: 9781598182989
Pages: 472
Weight: 1.82lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 1.19d