Fabian Window

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The Fabian Window is a treasured symbol of the Fabian Society, which has been restored and is currently housed at the London School of Economics[1]

Designed by George Bernard Shaw, the window features a caption across the top which proclaims to Remould it nearer to the heart's desire, as the earth is heated up and hammered upon. The caption phrase is a pull quote from the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.

Coat of Arms

The Fabian Society has for its coat of arms a wolf in sheep's clothing. This can be prominently seen in the window with the two letters "F. S.".[2]

References

  1. A piece of Fabian history unveiled at LSE. LSE News (April 20, 2006).
  2. Never Call Socialism by Its Right Name. American Thinker.