e-Book Well at the World's End: v. 2 epub downloadAuthor: William Morris
Pages: 280 pages
Publisher: Imprint unknown; Facsimile edition edition (October 1978)
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e-Book Well at the World's End: v. 2 epub download
by William Morris
The Well at the World's End is a high fantasy novel by the British artist, poet, and author William Morris.
The Well at the World's End is a high fantasy novel by the British artist, poet, and author William Morris. It was first published in 1896 and has been reprinted a number of times since, most notably in two parts as the 20th and 21st volumes of the Ballantine Adult Fantasy series, in August and September 1970.
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William Morris - The Well at the World's End: A Tale
William Morris - The Well at the World's End: A Tale. For though they were king's sons, theyhad but little world's wealth; save and except good meat and drink, andenough or too much thereof; house-room of the best; friends to be merrywith, and maidens to kiss, and these also as good as might be; freedomwithal to come and go as they would; the heavens above them, the earthto bear them up
When he hears rumors of a well that exudes water with magical properties, he is intrigued and begins his quest.
When he hears rumors of a well that exudes water with magical properties, he is intrigued and begins his quest. Along the way, he travels through various towns and wildernesses and meets - and is sometimes led astray by - a host of interesting people including a mysterious knight, a beautiful woman who may be a goddess, a treacherous servant, a brave tavern wench, a barbarian warrior, a solitary sage, and a sadistic king. Book 3 continues this journey. This is a Librivox recording.
William Morris - The Well at the World's End: A Tale. BOOK ONE The Road Unto Love.
Tolkien, William Morris' The Well at the World's End follows the travels of a prince, Ralph of Upmeads, who undertakes a journey to find the magical well of the title. Along the way, our hero encounters adventure, travails, and romance. A must-read for fans of classic quest stories.
William Morris’s Flowers by Rowan Bain . 2019 This beautifully designed book, brings together hundreds of Morris’s designs & explores the sources that inspired them. Offering reinterpretations of well-known works by John Everett Millais, William Holman Hunt, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ford Madox Brown, and William Morris, this major revaluation of the popular Victorian movement also considers less-familiar artists who were no less central to the Pre-Raphaelite project. A new book from the World's Greatest Art Series entitled William Morris has just been published with an Introduction written by our Curator Helen Elletson.
Book Two: The Road Unto Trouble. Ralph Meets With Love in the Wilderness. Ralph Falleth in With Friends and Rideth to Whitwall. Richard Talketh With Ralph Concerning the Well at the World's End. Concerning Swevenham. They Break Their Fast in the Wildwood. The Lady Telleth Ralph of the Past Days of Her Life. The Lady Tells of Her Deliverance. Yet More of the Lady's Story. The Lady Tells Somewhat of Her Doings After She Left the Wilderness. Ralph Falleth in With Another Old Friend. Ralph Dreams a Dream Or Sees a Vision. Of the Tales of Swevenham. Richard Bringeth Tidings of Departing.
The Well at World's End was one of William Morris' fantasy novels. A second woman named Ursula helps Ralph find the well. Ralph meets a mysterious woman who has found the well, however, she is killed. The book is a classic journey 'there and back again' which will keep lovers of Tolkien and . Book One: The Road Unto Love.
The Well at World's End is a real departure for the literature of the Victorian era, in that the morality is indicative of the free-thinking bohemian lifestyle of the famous and infamous artists of the day. William Morris was a member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and was a man who enjoyed.