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Jack-of-all-trades William Morris lived a fascinating life: in between his time designing furniture and textiles, he penned a series of ethereal fantasy epics that would prove to be extremely influential. Though not exactly fantasy, this poetic account of ancient Germanic tribes' efforts to hold back the invading Roman hordes is steeped in the same sense of mythos as Morris' more fantastic tales.

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