The Earthly Paradise

Editorial Material: General Introduction, Introductions to the Apology, "Prologue: The Wanderers," and Classical and Medieval Tales. Introductions are from William Morris, The Earthly Paradise, edited by Florence S. Boos, 2 vols., Routledge, 2002.

Texts of Individual Tales, with annotations, from William Morris, The Earthly Paradise, edited by Florence S. Boos, 2 vols., Routledge, 2002.

"Prologue: The Wanderers," Collected Works, XXIV. [pdf]

"Prologue: The Wanderers," [pdf]

"Atalanta's Race," [pdf]

"The Man Born to Be King," [pdf]

"The Doom of King Acrisius,"[pdf]

"The Proud King," [pdf]

"The Story of Cupid and Psyche," [pdf]

"The Writing on the Image," [pdf]

"The Love of Alcestis," [pdf]

"The Lady of the Land," [pdf]

"The Son of Croesus," [pdf]

"The Watching of the Falcon," [pdf]

"Pygmalion and the Image," [pdf]

"Ogier the Dane,"[pdf]

"The Death of Paris," [pdf]

"The Land East of the Sun and West of the Moon," [pdf]

"The Story of Acontius and Cydippe," [pdf]

"The Man Who Never Laughed Again," [pdf]

"The Story of Rhodope," [pdf]

"The Lovers of Gudrun," [pdf]

"The Golden Apples," [pdf]

"The Fostering of Aslaug," [pdf]

"Bellerophon at Argos," [pdf]

"The Ring Given to Venus," [pdf]

"Bellerophon in Lycia," Taylor and Francis, 2002, with annotations [pdf]

"The Hill of Venus," Taylor and Francis, 2002, with annotations [pdf]

Manuscripts of the Earthly Paradise

Supplementary Materials: contemporary criticism, more recent criticism, illustrations, including images from the original woodblocks, sources, bibliography