Anders Morsson

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Anders Morsson, 1900
Anders Morsson (24 March 1834 – 3 October 1916) was a Myrcian furniture designer, poet, reformer and socialist activist. He is associated with the rise in popularity of folk socialism and the Myrcian language at the end of the 19th century and with the Rihtwísness of the 1910s. His most famous work is Fierd a Myrcia (Ingerish: A Cry for Myrcia), an 1899 essay written in defence of traditional Myrcian language and culture. In 1900 Morsson founded the Myrcia Ágenspræc Hús in the attic of his furniture workshop in Dunwic.