In London, WBY visited Morris often at his home Kelmscott Manor in the late 1880s, and it was here that he met George Bernard Shaw, Walter Crane, Henry Hyndman the socialist, and Prince Krootkin the anarchist. WBY admired William Morris the most, reminding him of his grandfather William Pollexfen. He once wrote that if he had been given the choice of living another man's life, Morris' would be the one (WBY, Autobiographies, pp.140-41).
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