TITLE

ART, WEALTH, AND RICHES: AN ADDRESS DELIVERED AT A JOINT CONVERSAZIONE OF MANCHESTER SOCIETIES AT THE ROYAL INSTITUTION, MANCHESTER, 6TH MARCH 1883

AUTHOR(S)
MORRIS, WILLIAM
PUB. DATE
January 1910
SOURCE
Collected Works of William Morris, Vol. 23;1910, p143
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents a reprint of the article "At, Wealth, and Riches: An Address Delivered at a Joint Conversazione of Manchester Societies at the Royal Institution, Manchester, 6th March 1883," by William Morris which appeared in April 1883 issue of "The Manchester Quarterly." It discusses how the words art, wealth, and riches are used in literature. The author argues that there are various cases where modern languages confused two words in one meaning.
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66243672

 

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