The Book That Never Was. The Argument: How William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones attempted to make of The Earthly Paradise a big book with "lots of stories and pictures"; how they fared in this endeavor; and how their dream, though it evaded them, has yet outlived them. William Morris, Edward Burne-Jones.

The Book That Never Was. The Argument: How William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones attempted to make of The Earthly Paradise a big book with "lots of stories and pictures"; how they fared in this endeavor; and how their dream, though it evaded them, has yet outlived them

New York: Oriole Editions, 1971. Hardcover. Morris and Burne-Jones struggled to make their Earthly Paradise a reality but gave up in good part because they could not find type that was in harmony with the illustrations. Beige cloth backed light blue paper covered boards with blue title to spine. Pristine with illustrations by Edward Burne-Jones. Tight binding. In a tan dust jacket with dark blue title to spine and front panel. Housed in a tan paper covered slipcase with very minor wear to edges. Size: quarto. 86 pages. MOR/080515. New / New.

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