Morris, William
Art and the beauty of the earth: [a lecture delivered ... at Burslem Town Hall on October 13, 1881] — London, 1899

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brought forth & tricked up again in fantastic guise Art and the
to adorn the day of boundless hope* Beauty of
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tury the new birth was in its hey-day* Before the
seventeenth had quite begun, what had become
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