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Thomas More

A Biography

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PAPERBACK

$31.00 • £24.95 • €28.00

ISBN 9780674885257

Publication Date: 03/15/1999

Short

562 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

Not for sale in UK & British Commonwealth (except Canada)

  • Acknowledments
  • Introduction
  • 1. The Beginnings
  • 2. From Early Life to the Inns of Court
  • 3. Priesthood or Marriage?
  • 4. Publc Career to 1515
  • 5. Thomas More and the Renaissance
  • 6. More and Erasmus
  • 7. The History Of King Richard III
  • 8. The Richard Hunne Affair
  • 9. Church and State in More’s Career
  • 10. The Building of Utopia
  • 11. Utopia’s Religion and Thomas More’s Faith
  • 12. Utopia: Concluding Postscript
  • 13. Thomas More, Royal Councillor
  • 14. Household, Family, and Private Life
  • 15. More, Erasmus, and the Green Years:
  • 16. The Greek New Testament
  • 17. Luther and the Protestant Reformation
  • 18. Thomas More, Theological Councillor
  • 19. The Four Last Things: Death And Dying
  • 20. The Reformation Continues
  • 21. William Tyndale: The Coming of the Reformation to England
  • 22. Public Defender of the Faith
  • 23. Elevation to Lord Chancellor
  • 24. Lord Chancellor and King
  • 25. Thomas More and the Heretics
  • 26. Defeat and Departure
  • 27. Last Months of Freedom
  • 28. More in Prison
  • 29. The Last Days
  • Epilogue
  • Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index

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