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By Samuel Willard Crompton

Top identified for Utopia, describing communal possession of land, the schooling of fellows and girls alike, and spiritual toleration.

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Three b. Four c. Two d. Five 3 John More saw the transition from King Richard III to which king? a. King Henry VIII b. King Richard IV c. King Henry VII d. King Charles I 4 How old was Thomas More when he became a page to the archbishop of Canterbury? a. 15 b. 11 c. 14 d. 12 Father and Son Thomas More and Desiderius Erasmus shared a love of a. poetry. b. animals. c. winemaking. d. nature. ANSWERS: 1. b; 2. a; 3. c; 4. d; 5. a 5 25 A Rising Star hroughout his life, Thomas More often said that he T sought neither honor nor prestige.

They fenced off the land they bought, thereby enclosing it and preventing further use by other people’s horses and cattle. Thomas More was clearly against the enclosure of land. He shows, in Utopia, how the people of that island prevented this from happening on their land. We could say a lot more about Utopia. It is not a very long book, but it is so full of ideas, thoughts, and morals, all cleverly disguised, that one can spend a lifetime reading and rereading it. Utopia was one of the greatest books of the sixteenth century and it remains one of the great classics of today.

When Thomas More came into the world in 1478, the printing press was less than 30 years old, but it was already making its mark. This progress is one of the reasons we say that Thomas More was born into a dying age. The ways of the Middle Ages, with people Literary Fame private property, so the ideas in Utopia came as a shock to them. Thomas More also discusses social customs, such as marriage. In Utopia, he describes how Utopian men and women examine each other before marriage. A man and a woman have to be sure they are getting a healthy person for a husband or being informed by handmade copies of manuscripts, were being replaced by the ways of the Renaissance, with people being informed by printed books.

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