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Prose Romances from the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine (1856)

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Prose Romances from the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine (1856) by William Morris presents a collection of romantic and fantastical stories that transport readers to a different time and place. The writing is rich and immersive, filled with beautiful descriptions and vivid imagery that bring the tales to life. Morris's storytelling is captivating, drawing the reader in from the very first page.

Each story in this collection is unique and engaging, showcasing Morris's talent for crafting compelling narratives. From tales of knights and damsels to stories of magic and adventure, there is something for everyone in this book. The characters are well-developed and relatable, making it easy for readers to become invested in their journeys.

Overall, Prose Romances from the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine is a delightful read that is sure to enchant fans of classic literature and fantasy alike. Morris's writing is timeless and engaging, making this collection a must-read for anyone looking for a bit of escapism and magic.

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William Morris initiated the genre of high fantasy in a number of short novels written toward the end of his life. But he had already experimented with the genre much earlier in stories written for the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine, which he launched as a student at Oxford University in 1856. Published posthumously in book form, and reprinted as the eighth volume of the celebrated Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy Library under the title Golden Wings and other Stories, these short stories make an entertaining collection that stands up well against Morris's mature work. - Summary by Phil Benson


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