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Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper's How We Might Live is the first joint biography of William Morris – poet, designer, campaigner, hero of the Arts & Crafts movement – and his wife Jane.

In this illustrated talk, historian Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper explores the lives and legacies of Jane and William Morris, finally giving Jane's own work the attention it deserves and taking us inside two lives of unparalleled creative artistry.

Part of the Richmond Reads season.

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Adult£4.50 per ticket
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At Home with Jane and William Morris

Type:Literary Event

Twickenham Library, Garfield Road, Twickenham, London, TW1 3JT

Tel: 02087343325

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