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Documents

 

Biographical

Genealogy

Historical

More's Works

 

Complete Works

Works (Alternate Eds.)

Poems

Instructions / Prayers

Correspondence

Anthology

 

Scholarship

I. Documents About More

Biographical Accounts

Erasmus' Letters about More

Paris Newsletter Account of More's Trial, 1535

Life of Thomas More by William Roper (More's son-in-law), 1556 {Fordham University} — Student Version with Notes

The Life and Illustrious Martyrdom of Sir Thomas More by Thomas Stapleton, 1588

The Life of Sir Thomas More, Knight by Cresacre More, 1649 {Google Books}

The Life and Writings of Sir Thomas More by T. E. Bridgett, 1892 {Google Books}

 

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Genealogy

Principal Line of Descendants through Thomas More's One Son, John

Thomas More's Nephews and Nieces: The Rastells, the Heywoods, and the Donnes

 

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Historical Documents

Magna Carta, 1215 {The Constitution Society}

Praemunire Law, 1353

Coronation Oath, 1509

More's "Petition for Free Speech," 1523Modernized Version

More's Address to the Parliament of 1529, 8 Nov: Chapuys' Account

More's Address to the Parliament of 1529, 8 Nov: Hall's Account

Thomas More Excluded from Court Session, 15 June 1530

Thomas More Almost Dismissed, 20 September 1530

Thomas More's Report to Parliament, 2 April 1531

Thomas More on Blindness of Princes, 11 April 1531

Henry VIII Visits Parliament Three Times, 6 March 1532

Henry VIII Divides the House (First on Record), 26 March 1532

Archbishop Warham, final speech, 1532

Samuel Johnson's History of the English Language: Thomas More

Edward Hall's The Lives of the Kings: Henry VIII

 

II. Works by Thomas More

Complete Works

Workes of Sir Thomas More, 1557


Thomae Mori Opera Omnia Latina, 1689 Francofurti et Lipsiae

 

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Works (Alternate Editions)

Life of John Picus (Giovanni Pico), c. 1510

 


The History of King Richard III, c. 1513-1518


Utopia


The Four Last Things, 1522

Part 1 – The Remembrance of Death | Part 2 – Of Pride and Envy | Part 3 – Of Covertousness, Gluttony, and Sloth


The Dialogue Concerning Heresies, 1529


A Dialogue of Comfort Against Tribulation, 1534


The Four Last Things / The Supplication of Souls / Dialogue on Conscience, Modernized Version {Amazon}


The Sadness of Christ, 1535 (Mary Basset's 1557 Translation)

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5

The Sadness of Christ, Modern Translation {Amazon}

Latin Concordance for De Trisitia Christi

 

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Instructions and Prayers

A Godly Instruction [on How to Treat Those Who Wrong Us], c. 1534Modernized Version

Prayers from the Treatise on the Passion, c. 1534

* See "A treatice upon the passion of Chryste" in Workes of Sir Thomas More above

Final Poem on Detachment ("A Godly Meditation")

A Devout Prayer [before Dying], July 1535

A Prayer to St. Thomas More

A Litany of St. Thomas More

A Novena to St. Thomas More

 

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Poems

Coronation Ode of King Henry VIII, 1509, 500th Anniversary Edition

English Poems, c. 1496-1504, 1535


Latin Poems, 1500-1520

  • Coronation Ode and Latin Poem No. 19 with Ben Jonson's Annotations, Courtesy of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury Cathedral and its Library (Facsimile JPEGs)
  • Title Page | Page 20v-21r | Page 21r

  • * See poems in Thomae Mori Opera Omnia Latina above

 

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Correspondence, 1499-1535

  • Erasmi Epistolae, 1499-1535

    NOTE: Selections below from Erasmus, Desiderius. Erasmi epistolae [EE]. Ed. P.S. Allen et al. 12 vols. Oxford, Eng.: Oxford UP, 1906-55. Available translations are indicated to the right in parentheses: See The Collected Works of Erasmus [CWE], U of Toronto P, 1974-. Or see St. Thomas More: Selected Letters [SL], ed. Elizabeth F. Rogers, Yale UP, 1961.

     

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    Anthology

    Sir Thomas More Reader (Edited by Rudolph E. Habernicht)

    I. Satire of Domestic Scenes

    Part 1

    1. The Wife who would Rule the Roost

    2. The Carpenter’s Wife that would be Killed

    3. The Rich Widow that would be a Martyr

    4. The Carver that would be Crucified

    5. The ‘Paciefier’ who would Meddle in a Family Quarrell

    Part 2

    6. The Riddle of the Wife of Culnam

    7. A Bridegroom’s Ring

    8. A Wife’s Comment on a Sermon

    9. The Witch who prescribed Medicines

    10. Evensong and Matins

    11. A Husband tries to Teach his Wife the Nature of the Universe

    Modernized Version of Selections 1-4, 9

    II. Countryfolk Stories and Animal Fables

    Part 1

    12. The Tiller who Taught a Maid how to Bear Water in a Sieve

    13. The Poor Man who Feared for his Life, and the Farmer who was given Good Advice

    14. The Fools and the Rain

    Part 2

    15. The Old Sage of Sandwich Haven

    16. Sandwich Haven, Revisited

    17. A Stumbling Horse

    18. Wilkin’s Wager with Simkin

    19. Filthy Hogs and Fierce Dogs

    20. The Man who would Kill All Bandogs

    Part 3

    21. Geese and Glosses

    22. The Tale of the Lion, the Boar and the Fox

    23. Aesop’s Ape and Crow: An Analogy

    24. Jupiter and the Snail

    25. The Old Hart that fled from a little Bitch

    26. The Fond Tale of Mother Maud: The Confessions of an Ass and a Wolf

    Modernized Version of Selections 14, 24-26

    III. Historical Portraits and Vignettes

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    27. King Edward IV

    28. King Richard III

    29. Jane Shore

    30. The Sultan of Syria

    31. The Savage Turk

    32. Of Those who must Act a Role

    Modernized Version of Selections 30-31

    IV. Historical Tales and Commentaries

    Part 1

    33. Livy’s Tale of the Capuan Senators

    34. Heretics in the Time of Henry IV and Henry V

    35. Duke Humphrey’s Tale

    Part 2

    36. The Duke of Buckingham’s Oration

    Part 3

    37. The Murder of Edward V and his Brother, The Duke of York

    38. The Duke of Bourbon and the Sack of Rome

    V. Clerical Satire and Apocrypha

    Part 1

    39. Sickness in Heretics

    40. Lutherans: Wise as Wild Geese

    41. Of Luther and his Leman

    42. Friar Frappe and Kit Cate his Mate

    43. Lutheran Preachers in England

    44. Talkative Heretics

    45. A Protestant Rhetorician

    Part 2

    46. Tyndale and Luther: Goodly Golden Eagles

    47. William Tyndale, Translator

    48. Tyndale, a Schoolmaster

    49. Tyndale’s Sleeping Elect

    Part 3

    50. A Tale of Robin Hood and William Tyndale

    51. David and his Sling

    52. Hidden Faces

    53. A Masker’s Blushing Face

    54. Of Simon Fish and the Marriage of Priests

    55. Of Priests who Marry

    56. Friar Barnes, Doctor of Divinity

    Part 4

    57. Friar Barnes and the Hostess of the ‘Sign of the Bottle,’ at Buttolphe’s Wharf

    Part 5

    58. An Over-familiar Priest

    59. The Friar and the Wife in a Red Hood

    60. A Talkative Nun and a Quarrelsome Housewife

    61. Pilgrimages to Holy Shrines

    62. A Pilgrimage to Walsingham

    Part 6

    63. Special Cures at Saint Walery’s in Picardy and the Veneration of Saints

    64. A Loud Preacher in Saxony

    65. A Vainglorious Lutheran Bishop

    Modernized Version of Selections 39, 45, 54, 60, 64-65

    VI. Essays on Manners and Morality

    Part 1

    66. What makes a Man Black or White?

    67. The Rich Man and the Beggars

    68. The Rich and the Poor

    69. Covetousness

    70. Gluttony

    71. Envy

    Part 2

    72. Sloth and Lechery

    73. Lechery

    74. Deception

    75. Scrupulous Conscience

    76. Pride

    77. The Physician who Cures all but Himself

    Part 3

    78. Sickness and God (Our Chief Jailor)

    79. God, Our Great Physician

    80. Suicide

    81. Merry Tales serve for Sauce, not Meat

    Modernized Version of Selections 67-68, 73, 75-81

    VII. Memorabilia: Personal Remembrances

    Part 1

    82. Sir Thomas More and the Pacifier

    83. Erasmus, my Darling

    84. Lincoln’s Inn

    Part 2

    85. George Constantine’s Escape from the Stocks

    86. The Perjury of Richard Webbe

    87. Segar, a Bookseller from Cambridge, and False Detractors

    88. Certain Heretics and False Rumors

    Part 3

    89. A Child-servant is Whipped

    90. The Bedlam Rogue

    91. Mad Cliff

    92. Davy, the Dutchman

    Part 4

    93. The Examination into Richard Hunne’s Death

    94. Richard Hunne: Murder or Suicide?

    95. Witnesses that do not Lie

    Part 5

    96. The Miracle of the Woman in Walbrook Ward

    97. Evil Days in London

    98. Sir Thomas More and the Oath of Obedience

    99. The Court of ‘Pie-Sir-William-Pounder’ at Bartholomew Fair

    Modernized Version of Selection 94

    VIII. Meditations on Death

    Part 1

    100. Our Last Stage-play

    101. Two Criminals Condemned to Death

    102. The Dance of Death in Saint Paul’s

    103. A Dead Man Looks Back

    Part 2

    104. An Old Man Speaks with Death

    105. The Cruel Hangman, Death

    106. Christ in His Passion

    107. Three Farewells

    Modernized version of selections 1-4, 7 above

     

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    III. Scholarship from Moreana and Other Journals

    NOTE: Below are listed from Moreana major articles by subject. These articles can be accessed through the archives available through Edinburgh University Press.

     

    About More's Life

    • Early Lives and Historical Documents
    • Maguire, John. "Roper's Life of More: The Working Methods of a Tudor Biographer." (Aug. 1969)

      Crawford, Charles. "Stapleton and More's Letter to Bugenhagen." (Feb. 1970)

      Sylvester, R.S. "William Roper's Life of More." (Dec. 1972)

      Baker, Howard H. "Thomas More as a Student at Oxford." (Nov. 1974)

      Reynolds, E. E. "A Right Fair House." (Nov. 1975)

      Marc'hadour, Germain. "Thomas More's Birth: 1477 or 1478?" (Mar. 1977)

      Reynolds, E. E. "One of Thomas More's Judges" (June 1977)

      Reynolds, E. E. "Butclose." (Dec. 1978)

      Wooden, Warren W. "Structural Patterning in William Roper's Life of More." (Mar. 1980)

      Wooden, Warren W. "Thomas More in Hostile Hands." (Dec. 1982)

      Massingham, K.R. "Thomas More, 'Laicus', gent." (Nov. 1985)

      Billingsley, Dale B. "The Editorial Design of the 1557 English Works." (Feb. 1986)

      Prescott, Anne Lake. "Crime and Carnival at Chelsea: Widow Edith and More's Household." (1989)

      Mitjans, Frank. "The Date of Birth of Thomas More." (Dec. 2010)

      Mitjans, Frank. "Reviewing and Correcting the Article on the Date of Birth of Thomas More." (Dec. 2012)

       

    • Geography
    • Carpinelli, Francis. "Thomas More, London's East Side, and the 2012 Olympics." (Dec. 2011)

       

    • Influences
    • Marc'hadour, G. "Thomas More and Thomas Linacre." (Feb. 1967)

      Gabrieli, Vittorio. "Giovanni Pico and Thomas More." (Nov. 1967)

      Sylvester, R.S. "A Part of His Own: More's Literary Personality." (Nov. 1967)

      Stacpoole, A.J. "Thomas More and the Imitatio Christi." (Feb. 1969)

      Coogan, Robert. "Petrarch and Thomas More." (Feb. 1969)

      Sowards, J.K. "On Education: More's Debt to Erasmus." (1989)

      Marc'hadour, Germain. "Basil the Great and Thomas More." (Nov. 1992)

      Hosington, Brenda. "More's Views on Language and Translation." (Mar. 2003)

      Norland, Howard B. "More's and Elyot's Perspectives." (Mar. 2003)

      Marc'hadour, Germain. "Geoffrey Chaucer and Thomas More." (Sep. 2004)

       

    • Spiritual Life and Thomas More
    • Blum, Wilhelm. "La nuit - la Lumiere - le Mysticisme: L'exemple de Thomas More" (Dec. 2009)

      Maguin, Jean-Marie. "The Cloud of Unknowing: An Examination." (Dec. 2009)

      Marc'hadour, Germain. "Was Thomas More a Mystic?" (Dec. 2009)

      Phélippeau, Marie-Claire. "The Morean Paradise" (Dec. 2009)

      Romandini, Fabian Javier Ludueña. "El Misticismo como Problema Político: La 'Guerra de la Noche Oscura' y las Tribulaciones

      del Demonio Meridiano" (Dec. 2009)

      Reynaud, Julie and Galland, Sébastien. "Le Dialogue Ficinien: Lieu d'un Itineraire Mystique." (Dec. 2009)

      O'Donnell, Anne M. "'Charis' in New Testament Translations by Erasmus, Tyndale, and More" (Dec. 2010)

       

    • Public Service and Law
    • Birchenough/Marc'hadour. On the Timeline of the Chancellorship. (Nov. 1966)

      Reynolds, E. E. "Which Thomas More? A Retractation." (Feb. 1967)

      Hogrefe, Pearl. "Sir Thomas More and Doctors Commons." (May 1967)

      Elton, G. R. "More and the Opposition to Henry VIII." (Nov. 1967)

      Headley, John M. "The Problem of Counsel Revisited." (Mar. 2003)

      Keane, Robert M. "Thomas More as a Young Lawyer." (Dec. 2004)

      Kaufman, Peter Iver. "‘To Assyst the Ordynaryes’: Why Thomas More Agreed to Become Chancellor.” (Oct. 2008)

      Curtright, Travis. “Humanist Lawyer, Public Career: Thomas More and Conscience.” (June 2009)

       

    • Luther, Tyndale, and Polemical Issues
    • * See "Answer to a Poisoned Book," "Apology," "The Confutation of Tyndale's Answer," "Dialogue Concerning Heresies" and "Response to Luther"

      Headley, John. "More Against Luther: on Laws and the Magistrate ." (Nov. 1967)

      Stacpoole, A. J. "Thomas More and the Imitatio Christi." (Feb. 1969)

      Pineas, Rainer. "George Joye's Controversy with Thomas More." (June 1973)

      Milward, Peter. "A Judgement Judged--the More-Tyndale Controversy." (Mar. 1980)

      Pineas, Rainer. "A Response to Alistair Fox's Treatment of More." (June 1984)

      Keen, Ralph. "Thomas More and Geometry." (Jul. 1985)

      Rockett, William. "Words Written and Words Inspired: Sola Scriptura." (Mar. 1999)

      Malloy, Christopher J. "Thomas More on Luther's Sola Fide: Just or Unjust?" Angelicum 90 (2013): 761-98.

       

    • Church-State, Christoper St. German
    • * See "Apology" and "The Debellation of Salem and Bizance"

      Hay, Denis. "A Note on More and the General Council." (Nov. 1967)

      Sowards, J.K. "Thomas More, Erasmus, and Julius II." (Nov. 1969)

      Headley, John. "Thomas More and the Papacy." (Mar. 1974)

      Headley, John. "The Nos Papistae of Thomas More." (Mar. 1980)

      Marius, Richard. "More the Conciliarist." (Mar. 1980)

      Oakeley, Francis. "Headley, Marius, and More's 'Conciliarism.'" (Mar. 1980)

      Guy, John. A. "Thomas More and Christopher St. German." (Dec. 1984)

      Marc'hadour, Germain. "Entr'acte St. German." (Dec. 2000)

      Rockett, William. "Temporal and Spiritual: the Controversy." (Dec. 2000)

       

    • Last Days, Trial, and Execution
    • Reynolds, E. E. "An Unnoticed Document [of More's Trial]." (Sept. 1963)

      Derrett, J. D. M. "The 'New' Document on More's Trial." (June 1964)

      Byron, Brian. "The Fourth Count of the Indictment of More." (May. 1966)

      Derrett, J. D. M. "More's Attainder and Alice's Predicament." (May. 1965)

      Cavanaugh, John R. "The St. Stephen Motif in More's Thought." (Nov. 1965)

      Derrett, D. M. "Sir Thomas More and the Nun of Kent." (Nov. 1967)

      Flegel, Kenneth M. "Was a Sick Man Beheaded?" (Feb. 1976)

      Sylvester, Richard S. "More's Discussion of Perjury." (Dec. 1977)

      Conesa, Salvador. "Did More Have a Cervical Disc Lesion?" (Dec. 1984)

      Derrett, J. Duncan M. "More's Silence and His Trial" (Nov. 1985)

      Foley, Michael P. “A Saint on Trial: Analyzing the Condemnation of Sir Thomas More.” (June 2009)

      Panza, Barbara J. “His Word Was His Bond: The Role of the Oath in Thomas More’s Trial.” (June 2009)

      Riley, Christopher J. "Constitutional Law as a Bulwark Against Tyranny: The American Experience." (Dec 2012)

     

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    About More's Works

    • Answer to a Poisoned Book
    • Pineas, Rainer. "George Joye's Controversy with More." (June 1973)

      Gordon, Walter M. "The Answer to a Poisoned Book." (Nov. 1987)

      Pineas, Rainer. "Technique in Answere to...the Poysened Booke." (1989)

       

    • Apology
    • Guy, John. A. "Thomas More and Christopher St. German." (Dec. 1984)

      Rockett, William. "More and St. German." (Mar. 1997)

      Goy~Blanquet, Dominique. "With Due Apology: Is Common Law Divine?" Review of "Thomas More on Inquisitorial Due Process"

      by Henry A. Kelly. (June 2009)

       

    • The Confutation of Tyndale's Answer
    • Stacpoole, A. J. "Thomas More and the Imitatio Christi." (Feb. 1969)

      Donner, H.W. "The Confutation of Tyndale's Answer." (Sep. 1973)

      Martz, Louis L. "More as Author: The Virtues of Digression." (June 1979)

      Hardin, Richard F. "Caricature in More's Confutation." (Feb. 1987)

      Hardin, Richard F. "Not Affirming Things Intended." (Mar. 2002)

       

    • The Debellation of Salem and Bizance
    • Trapp, J.B. "The Debellation of Salem and Bizance." (Dec. 1988)

       

    • A Dialogue of Comfort Against Tribulation
    • Martz, Louis. "The Design of More's Dialogue of Comfort." (Nov. 1967)

      Miles, Leland. "Patristic Comforters in More's Dialogue of Comfort." (Nov. 1965)

      Kuhn, Joaquin. "Function of Psalm 90 in More's Dialogue." (May. 1969)

      Basset, Bernard. "A Dialogue of Comfort for Us All." (Mar. 1979)

      Sylvester, Richard S. "Three Dialogues." (March 1980)

      Khanna, Lee Cullen. "Truth and Fiction in A Dialogue of Comfort." (June 1980)

      Russell, J. Stephen. "More's Dialogue and the Dynamics of Comfort." (June 1980)

      Billingsley, Dale B. "'Imagination' in A Dialogue of Comfort." (June 1982)

      Billingsley, Dale B. "'Resources of Kind' in A Dialogue of Comfort." (June 1982)

      Yee, Nancy C. "Thomas More: In Defense of Tribulation." (June 1982)

      Clark, James Andrew. "More and Tyndale as Prose Stylists." (June 1984)

      Norland, Howard B. "Comfort Through Dialogue." (Feb. 1987)

      O'Donnell, Anne. "Cicero, Gregory the Great, and Thomas More." (1989)

      Wegemer, Gerard. "A Platonic Treatment of Statesmanship." (May. 1990)

      Yee, Nancy. "More's Moriae Enconium: The Perfect Fool." (May. 1990)

      Bore, Isabelle. "Thomas More et le Grand Turc: Variations sur le Théme des Invasions Ottamanes." (Dec. 2011)

      McCutcheon, Elizabeth. "Wings and Crosses: Boethius's De Consolatione Philosophiae and More's

      Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation and Other Writings." (Dec. 2013)

      Boyle, John F. "Thomas More as Theologian in His Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation." (June 2015)

      Wegemer, Gerard. "The 'secret of his heart': What Was Thomas More's?" (June 2015)

      Koterski, Joseph. "Thomas More and the 'Prayer for Detachment.'" (June 2015)

      De Marchi, Carlo. "Thomas Aquinas, Thomas More and the Vindication of Humor as a Virtue: Eutrapelia and Iucunditas." (June 2015)

      Stevenson, William B. "Suffering and Spiritedness: The Doctrine of Comfort and the Drama of Thumos in More's Dialogue

      of Comfort against Tribulation." (June 2015)

      Kelly, Michael. "Mankind, Matter, and More: Sacred Materiality in the Tower Works of More." (June 2015)

      Phélippeau, Marie-Claire. "Thomas More, the Mystic?" (June 2015)

      Karlin, Louis W., and David R. Oakley. "The Role of Humor in Reforming the Imagination in St. Thomas More's 

      The Sadness of Christ and A Dialogue of Comfort." (June 2015)

       

    • A Dialogue Concerning Heresies
    • * See Thomas More Studies 3 (2008)

      Mason, D. E. and Schoeck, R. J. "On More's Dialogue Concerning Heresies." (May. 1966)

      Sylvester, Richard S. "Three Dialogues." (March 1980)

      Gordon, Walter M. "A Dialogue Concerning Heresies." (Dec. 1982)

      Pineas, Rainer. "William Tyndale and More's 1529 Dialogue." (Dec. 1982)

      Gilman, Donald. "Dramatic Debate: Vividness and Verve in More's Dialogue." (Mar. 2003)

      Malloy, Christopher J. "Thomas More on Luther's Sola Fide: Just or Unjust?" Angelicum 90 (2013): 761-98.

      Rockett, William. "Juristic Theology in More's Polemics: The Bilney Case." (June 2014)

       

    • English Poems
    • Bradner, L. Translation of "How to Choose a Wife." (June 1970)

      Bowman, Thea. "Analysis of More's Rueful Lamentation." (June 1970)

      Willow, Mary-Edith. "Analysis of the English Poems of More." (Nov. 1974)

      Duffy, Robert A. "Thomas More's 'Nine Pageants.'" (June 1976)

      Tromly, Frederic. "More's Transformation of Didactic Lament." (Mar. 1977)

      McCutcheon, Elizabeth. "Number Symbolism." (June 1981)

      Edwards, A.S.G. "Transcript of More's Prayer of Picus." (May. 1990)

      Cousins, A.D. "More and the Refiguring of Stoicism." (Dec. 1993)

      Cousins, A. D. "Augustine, Boethus and the Fortune Verses." (Mar. 2002)

      Bore, Isabelle. "Fatum, Fortuna et Providence Divine: Les Croyances Païennes à l’épreuve de la Foi Chrétienne." (June 2011)

      Mock, Carle. "The Structure, Design, and Argument of Thomas More's Fortune Verses." (Dec. 2011)

      Herbrüggen-Hunt, Hubertus Schulte. "Thomas More's Fortune Verses: A Contribution to the Solution of a Few Problems." (Dec. 2011)

      Lakowski, Romuald I. "Two Neglected Poems of Thomas More and a Poem of Margaret Roper's." (June 2013)

       

    • Epigrams
    • Grace, Damian. "Political Theory in a Poetic Idiom." (Parergon 1985)

      Holahan, Susan. "More's Epigrams on Henry Abyngdon." (Feb. 1968)

      Clay Doyle, Charles. "On the Neglected Sources of Epigrams." (May. 1975)

      Bradner, Leicester. "Thomas More's Epigrams on Death." (June 1976)

      Kinney, Daniel. "More's Epigramon Brixius' Plagiarism." (June 1981)

      Binns, J. Book Review of The Latin poems of St. Thomas More. (Jul. 1985)<

      Keen, R. Book Review of Baumann's Book on More's Epigrams. (Jul. 1985)

      Nichols, Fred J. "More and Martial." (Jul. 1985)

      Perry, Kathleen. "Blind Saturn: Astrological Epigrams." (Jul. 1985)

      Grace, Damian. "Subjects or Citizens?" (Mar. 1988)

      Doyle, Charles Clay. "Epigrams in the 16th and 17th Centuries." (Mar. 1994)

      Doyle, Charles. "On Some Antecedents of More's Epigrams." (Dec. 1999)

      Maranini, Anna. "Du Père aux Enfants: Les Apostilles Bolognaises des Progymnasmata de Thomas More." (Dec. 2010)

      Ransom, Emily A. "The Intersection of Poetry and Politics in More's Epigrammata." (Dec. 2010)

      McLean, Susan. "Thomas More's Latin Epigrams Translated Anew." (June 2011)

      Cabrillana, Concepción. "More's Epigrams and Utopia: Journeys in Intertextuality." (June 2014)

       

    • The History of King Richard III
    • * See Thomas More Studies 2 (2007)

      Zeeveld, Gordon W. Book Review of Yale's 1963 edition.(Sep. 1963)

      Heath, T.G. "Another Look at More's Richard." (Nov. 1968)

      Reiter, Robert E. "On the Genre of More's Richard III." (June 1970)

      Fox, Alistair. "Richard III's Pauline Oath." (Mar. 1978)

      Grace, Damian. "More's Richard III: A "Satirical Drama?" (Mar. 1978)

      Anderegg, M.A. "Richard and His Early Historians." (Mar. 1978)

      Harner, James L. "Shore's Wife in More's Richard III." (June 1982)

      Baumann, Uwe. "More and the Classical Tyrant." (Jul. 1985)

      Kinney, Daniel. "King's Tragicomedies in More's Richard III." (Jul. 1985)

      Condren, Conal. "Paradoxical Defence of Richard III." (June 1987)

      Peters, John G. "Sanctuary in More's Richard III." (Dec. 1997)

      Hosington, Brenda M. "Proverbs in Richard III." (June 1998)

      Ronnick, Michele Valerie. "Tacitus' Depiction of Nero." (Dec. 1999)

      McCutcheon, Elizabeth. "Litotes in More's Richard III." (June 2001)

      Cousins, A.D. "Women and Resistance to Tyranny ." (Dec. 2004)

      Bruster, Douglas. “Thomas More’s Richard III and Shakespeare.” (Sept. 2005)

      Wegemer, Gerard. "England's Civil Wars: Young Thomas More's Assessment and Solutions." (June 2011)

      Avery, Joshua. "From 'Obloquy' to 'So Great Trust': Broken Judgment in More's and Shakespeare's Richard III     ." (June 2011)

      Moran, Andrew. "'What Were I Best to Say?': Hasty Curses and Moreana Deliberation in Richard III." (June 2011)

      Wegemer, Gerard. "Thomas More on Tyranny: What Is Distinctive in His Early Thematic and Literary Treatment?" (Dec. 2012)

      Guy, John. "Thomas More and Tyranny." (Dec. 2012)<

      Beier, Benjamin V. "'Colour' that Fails 'To Set': Unethical Persuasion and the Nature of Rhetoric in More's History of King Richard III." (Dec. 2012)

      Gregg, Samuel. "Intention, Choice and Identity in Thomas More's The History of King Richard the Third/Historia Richardi Tertii." (Dec. 2012)

      Lehman, Jeffrey S. "Seeing Tyranny in More's History of King Richard III." (June 2013)

      Ransom, Emily A. "Opposing Tyranny with Style: More, Lucian, and Classical Rhetorical Theory." (June 2013)

      Schmidt, Gabriela. "What Use to Make of a Tyrant? Thomas More's History of Richard III and the Limits of Early Tudor Historiography." (June 2013)

      Frank, Andrea. "Proverbs and Irony: Their Literary Role in Thomas More's History of Richard III." (June 2014)

       

    • Letters
    • Derrett, J. Duncan M. "Two Dicta of More's and a Correction." (Nov. 1967)

      McCutcheon, Elizabeth. "More's Letter to Antonio Bonvisi." (Nov. 1981)

      Schulte-Herbruggen, Hubertus. "More's Correspondence." (Nov. 1983)

      Herbruggen, H. "Seven New Letters From Thomas More." (Sep. 1990)

      Miller, C. "Thomas More's Letters to Frans van Cranevelt." (Mar. 1994)

      Foley, Stephen. "Scenes of Speaking and Technologies of Writing in More's Tower Letters." (Dec. 1998)

      Rodgers, Katherine G. “More as Witness: the Tower Letters.” (June 2009)

      Boyle, John F. “Counsel, Comfort, and Conscience in More’s Letters to Fellow-Prisoner Wilson.” (June 2009)

      Avery, Joshua. “‘Irony and Charity Are Met Together’: A Puzzle in Margaret Roper’s Letter to Alice Alington.” (June 2009)<

      Kearney, Dutton. “‘Little in Common’? Law and Literature in Thomas More’s Dialogue on Conscience.” (June 2009)

       

    • Life of Picus
    • Gabrielli, Vittorio. "Giovanni Pico and Thomas More." (Nov. 1967)

      Beier, Benjamin V. “The Subordination of Humanism: Young More’s ‘Profitable’ Work, The Life of John Picus.” (June 2010)

      Foley, Michael P. “Paradoxes of Pain: The Strategic Appropriation by St. Thomas More of Pico della Mirandola’s Spiritual Works.” (June 2010)

      Karlin, Louis W. "Translation as Conversion: Thomas More's Life of John Picus." (June 2010)

      Koterski, Joseph W. “Circe’s Beasts and the Image of God: More’s Creative Appropriation of Pico’s Humanist Spirituality.” (June 2010)

      Phélippeau, Marie-Claire. "'His Saints That Are in the Land of Him': Pico and More's Conceptions of the Afterlife." (June 2010)

       

    • Lucian Translations
    • Pawlowski, Mary. "Thomas More's Mis-translations of Lucian's CynicMenippus, and Tyrannicide." (June 2010)

      Corral, Hernán. "Tyranny and Law in Thomas More's Declamation in Reply to Lucian's Tyrannicide." (Dec. 2012)

      Ransom, Emily A. "Opposing Tyranny with Style: More, Lucian, and Classical Rhetorical Theory." (June 2013)

       

    • Poems
    • Catellani-Dufrêne, Nathalie. "'Sed Vatem Canimus Vates': Le Supplice de Thomas More dans les Funera de Jean Second." (Dec. 2011)

       

    • Prayer-Book
    • Marc'hadour, G. "More's Prayer Book Revisited ." (Feb. 1970)

       

    • Response to Luther
    • Headley, John. "More Against Luther: On Laws and the Magistrate ." (Nov. 1967)

       

    • The Sadness of Christ
    • Bush, Douglas. "De Tristitia Christi." (Mar. 1977)

      Hosington, Brenda. "'Quid Dormitis?': More's Use of Sleep As a Motif." (1989)

      Miller, Clarence. "The Holograph of More's Expositio Passionis." (Nov. 1967)

      Miller, Clarence H. “More’s Biblical Exegesis in De tristitia Christi: Original Interpretations and Applications.” (Oct. 2008)

      Baker House, Seymour. “Endgame: The Genesis of More’s The Sadness of Christ.” (Oct. 2008)

      Beier, Benjamin V. "Anthropology through Analogy: Thomas More's Body Metaphors in De Tristitia Christi." (June 2015)

       

    • Treatise on the Passion
    • Byron, Brian. "From Essence to Presence: Eucharistic Expression." (1989)

       

    • Utopia
    • * See Thomas More Studies 1 (2006)

      Surtz, Edward. "Illustrations in the Yale Utopia." (May 1966)

      O'Grady, W. "A Note on Busleyden's Letter to Thomas More." (Sept. 1966)

      Derrett, J. D. M. "The Utopian Alphabet." (Nov. 1966)

      Allen, Ward. "Some Remarks on Gold." (Mar. 1968)

      Schoeck, Richard. "On Reading More's Utopia as Dialogue." (May. 1969)

      Allen, Ward. "Hythloday and the Root of All Evil."(Nov. 1971)

      Coogan, Robert. "NVNC VIVO VT VOLO."(Nov. 1971)

      Doyle, Charles Clay. "Utopia and the Proper Place of Gold." (Nov. 1971)

      Halkin, Leon-E. "Mithra Dans l'Utopie de More." (Nov. 1971)

      Johnson, Robbin S. "The Argument for Reform in Utopia." (Nov. 1971)

      Jones, Judith. "Plato's Philebus and Utopian Hedonism." (Nov. 1971)

      Khanna, Lee Cullen. "Open-mindedness in the Commonwealth." (Nov. 1971)

      Lacombe, M.-M. "La Sagesse D'Epicure dans l'Utopie de More." (Nov. 1971)

      McCuthcheon, Elizabeth. "The Litotes in Utopia." (Nov. 1971)

      Peters, Robert. "The Utopia and More's Orthodoxy." (Nov. 1971)

      Prevost, Andre. "L'Utopie Comme Genre Litteraire." (Nov. 1971)

      Quattrocki, Ed. "Injustice, the Theme of Utopia Book I." (Nov. 1971)

      Sawada, Paul Akio. "Toward the Definition of Utopia." (Nov. 1971)

      Seeber, Hans Ulrich. "Hythloday and a Debt to Macrobius." (Nov. 1971)

      Dust, Philip. "Gentili's Commentaries on Utopian War." (Feb. 1973)

      Stevens, Irma Ned. "Aesthetic Distance in the Utopia." (Nov. 1974)

      Allen, Ward S. "The Tone of More's Farewell to Utopia." (Sep. 1976)

      Evans, John X. "The Kingdom within More's Utopia." (June 1977)

      Sylvester, Richard S. "Three Dialogues." (March 1980)

      Wilson, Katharina. "More and Theophrastus--An Idea Put to Work." (Oct. 1980)

      Evans, John X. "Utopia on Prospero's Island." (Mar. 1981)

      Murphy, Clare M. "Ottoman Analogs to More's Utopia." (Mar. 1981)

      Rudat, Wolfgang E.H. "More's Raphael Hythloday." (Mar. 1981)

      Schaeffer, John D. "Socratic Method in More's Utopia." (Mar. 1981)

      Simon, Elliott. "More's Utopia: Creating an Image of the Soul." (Mar. 1981)

      Williams, Franklin B. "Utopia's Chickens Come Home to Roost." (Mar. 1981)

      Hammond, Eugene R. "Hythloday's Questions." (June 1981)

      Blaim, Artur. "More's Utopia: Persuasion or Polyphony?" (Feb. 1982)

      McCutcheon, Elizabeth. "My Dear Peter: The Ars Poetica for Utopia(1983)

      Baumann, Uwe. "Herodotus, Aulus Gellius, and More's Utopia." (Feb. 1983)

      Giuseppe, Di Scipio. "De re Militari in the Prince and Utopia." (Feb. 1983)

      Pineas, Rainer. "More's Utopia and the 'Tragedy' of Polonius." (June 1983)

      Gueguen, John A. "Why Is There No University in Utopia?" (Dec. 1983)

      Surtz, Edward L. "'Like a Fountain Stirred'." (Dec. 1983)

      White, Thomas I. "On Plato and Utopia." (Dec. 1984)

      Branham, R Bracht. "Utopian Laughter: Lucian and Thomas More." (Jul. 1985)

      McCutcheon, Elizabeth. "Utopia and Cicero's Paradoxa Stoicorum." (Jul. 1985)

      Grace, Damian. "Utopia: A Dialectical Interpretation." (1989)

      Olin, John C. "Erasmus' Adagia and More's Utopia." (1989)

      Corrigan, K. "The Function of the Ideal in The Republic and Utopia." (Dec. 1990)

      Wegemer, Gerard. "Ciceronian Humanism in More's Utopia." (Dec. 1990)

      O' Brien, Brian. "J.H. Hexter and the Text of Utopia: A Reappraisal." (June 1992)

      Wilson, Nigel G. "The Name Hythlodaeus." (June 1992)

      Baker, David. "First Among Equals: The Utopian Princeps." (Dec. 1993)

      Logan, George M. "Interpreting Utopia: 10 Recent Studies." (June 1994)

      Logan, George M. "Utopia and Deliberative Rhetoric." (June 1994)

      Martinez Lopez, Miguel. "The Life of the Essenes and Utopians." (June 1994)

      Billingsley, Dale B. "Halfhearted Busleyden." (June 1995)

      Evans, Scott. "'Divine Consideration:' Utopia in Defense of Poetry." (Mar. 1996)

      Gordon, Walter M. "Maiestas in Thomas More's Political Thought." (Mar. 1997)

      Farnell, James E. "The Governmental Structure of Utopia." (June 1997)

      Marc'hadour, Germain. "Utopia: Comparing 7 Recent Translations." (June 2001)

      Farnell, James E. "Nusquama and Natural Law." (Dec. 2002)

      Baker, David Weil. "Ruin and Utopia." (Sep. 2003)

      Du Verger, Jean. "Géographie et Cartographie Fictionnlles dans L'Utopie(1516) de Thomas More." (Dec. 2010)

      Blum, Wilhelm. "Les Moines Tournés en dérision dans L'Utopie: Sources et Arrière-plans." (Dec. 2010)

      Gangale, Guiseppe. "Utopia and Providence in the Humanism of Thomas More: "Man is a god for man, if he knows his duty"." (June 2011)

      Artese, Charlotte. "The Subversion of Historiography in More's Utopia." (June 2011)

      Mancel, François. "Jeux de Mots Grecs et Gréco-latins dans L'Utopie de Thomas More. Les Prétendues îles-sœurs et la Pseudo-aporie.

      Signification Silénique du Vocable «Utopie»." (June 2011)

      Spring, Matthew. "How a Utopian Education Paves the Way for the Usurpation of the Family." (June 2012)

      Sissa, Giulia. "Familiaris Reprehensio quasi Errantis. Raphael Hythloday, between Plato and Epicurus." (June 2012)

      Vermeir, Maarten M.K. "Brabantia: Decoding the Main Characters of Utopia." (June 2012)

      Mancel, François. "Raphaël Hythlodée et l'utopique Cité des Anges." (June 2012)

      Phélippeau, Marie-Claire. "Narrow is the Gate to Utopia." (June 2012)

      Wegemer, Gerard. "Thomas More on Tyranny: What Is Distinctive in His Early Thematic and Literary Treatment?" (Dec. 2012)

      Guy, John. "Thomas More and Tyranny." (Dec. 2012)

      Ransom, Emily A. "Opposing Tyranny with Style: More, Lucian, and Classical Rhetorical Theory." (June 2013)

      Beaud, Céline. "D'Utopia á New Atlantis: Des Valeurs Morales et des Sciences pour un Bien Commun." (Dec. 2013)

      McCutcheon, Elizabeth. Book Review of Utopia, Translated, Edited, and Introduced by Dominic Baker-Smith. (Dec. 2013)

      Ribeiro, Ana Cláudia Romano. "Intertextual Connections between Thomas More's Utopia and Cicero's De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum." (June 2014)

      Mazour-Matusevitch, Yelena. "(Neo)Pythagorean Vision in Thomas More's Utopia." (June 2014)

      Berriel, Carlos. "Geografia e Dissimulazione nell'Utopia di Morus." (June 2014)

      Cabrillana, Concepción. "More's Epigrams and Utopia: Journeys in Intertextuality." (June 2014)

      Malsbary, Gerald. "Hythlodaeus' 464-Word 'Marathon Sentence': How Does It Work?" (June 2014)

     

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    About More's Family and Friends

    • Family
      • Sir John More (More's Father)
      • Reynolds, E. E. "The Coats-of-Arms of Sir John More." (Mar. 1977)

      • Agnes Graunger (More's Mother)
      • Marc'hadour, Germain. "The Death-Year of More's Mother." (Dec. 1979)

      • Jane/Joan Colt (More's First Wife)
      • Marc'hadour, Germain. "'More's First Wife...Jane? or Joan?" (Mar. 1992)

      • Lady Alice (More's Second Wife)
      • Derrett, J. D. M. "More's Attainder and Alice's Predicament." (May 1965)

        Norrington, Ruth. "In the Shadow of a Saint: Lady Alice More" (June 1984)

        O'Neill, Mary. "Lady Alice--Out From the Shadows." (Dec. 1984)

        Warnicke, Retha. "The Harpy in More's Household: Was it Lady Alice?" (Nov. 1985)

      • Margaret Roper (More's Daughter)
      • Margaret's translation of Erasmus' paraphrase of the Pater Noster. (Aug. 1965)

        Albin, Hugh. "Opening the Vault; Enigma of Roper and Canterbury." (Dec. 1979)

        Roper, Harpsfield, Stapleton. "Meg Roper's Farewell to More." (June 1983)

        Brace, Patricia. "Speaking Pictures: Margaret Roper and the Representation of Lady Rhetoric." (Dec. 2013)

      • John Rastell (More's Brother-in-Law)
      • Geritz, Albert. "Brothers-in-Law More and John Rastell." (Dec. 1999)

    • Geneology
    • Baird-Smith, David. Book Review of The Family and Descdendants of St. Thomas More by Martin Wood. (Dec. 2009)

      • Mary Bassett (More's granddaughter)
      • Olivares-Merino, Eugenio M. "Some Notes about Mary Roper Clarke Bassett and her Translation of Eusebius." (Dec. 2009)

      • John Donne (distant relative)
      • McLean, Andrew M. “John Donne and Thomas More: An Elizabethan Catholic Legacy.” (Sept. 2005)

    • Friends
    • Reynolds, E. E. "The Friends of St. Thomas More." (Sept. 1963)

      • The Carthusians
      • Whatmore, L. E. The Carthusians under King Henry the Eighth (Selections). (Analecta Catursiana 1983)

      • John Clement
      • Merriam, Thomas. "John Clement." (Mar. 1988)

      • Erasmus
      • Schoeck, Richard J. "Telling More from Erasmus." (Dec. 1986)

        Wallace, Joseph. "The Merits of Being Obscure: Erasmus and Budé Debate the Style, Shape, and Audience of Humanist Scholarship." (Dec. 2009)

        Marc'hadour, Germain. Review of Erasmus' Defence of His De Libero Arbitrio, as Edited in English in Controversies, CWE 76 & 77. (Dec. 2010)

      • John Fisher
      • Surtz, Edward. "Thomas More's Friendship with John Fisher." (Nov. 1967)

        Murphy, Claire. "John Fisher and The Field of Cloth of Gold." (Feb. 1986)

        Hatt, Cecilia. Book Review of St. John Fisher, Bishop, and Theologian in Reformation and Controversy by Vincent Nichols. (June 2012)

      • Pieter Gillis
      • Doyle, Charles Clay. "'The Mysterious Malady of Pieter Gillis." (June 1992)

      • Henry Patenson
      • Hall, Noeline. "Henry Patenson--Sir Thomas More's Fool." (May. 1990)

      • Antonio Buonvisi
      • Baker-Smith, Dominic. “Antonio Buonvisi and Florens Wilson: a European friendship.” (July 2006)

      • Thomas Elyot
      • Bore, Isabelle. "Thomas Elyot: de Courtisan Disgrâcié à l'éducateur Plébiscité." (June 2012)

        Bore, Isabelle. "Writing under Tyranny: Tyranny put to the Test of Language in the Works of Thomas More and Thomas Elyot." (June 2013)

      • Francis Cranevelt
      • Keane, Robert. “Thomas More and the Louvain Humanists.” (June 2008)

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    About Artwork Representing More

    • Drama
      • General
      • Peters, Christopher. "'The Image of Thomas More in 20th Century Plays." (Mar. 1992)

        Geritz, Albert J. "'Sir Thomas More A Tragedy by James Hurdis." (Mar. 1993)

        Quinn, Paul. "A Witty, Learned Persecutor? The Staged After-life of Thomas More" (Dec. 2010)

      • A Man for All Seasons
      • Kincaid, Arthur. "A Study Guide, with Theatrical Emphasis, for Robert Bolt's Play A Man for All Seasons." (© CTMS)

        Reynolds, E. E. "The Significance of A Man for All Seasons." (Aug. 1969)

        Tucker, Melvin J. "The More-Norfolk Connection." (Feb. 1972)

        M, G. "Fred Zinnemann and A Man for All Seasons." (Nov. 1983)

        Miller, Clarence. "Robert Bolt's Play and the Elizabethan Play." (Dec. 1990)

      • The Book of Sir Thomas More (c. 1592)
      • Spikes, Judith Doolin. "Book of More: Structure and Meaning." (Nov. 1974)

        Metz, Harold. "The Play of Sir Thomas More." (June 1984)

        Gabrieli, Vittorio. "Sir Thomas More: Sources, Characters, Ideas." (June 1986)

        Merriam, Thomas. "Was Munday the Author of Sir Thomas More?" (June 1987)

        Villquin, Jean-Pierre. "Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play." (Dec. 1991)

        Merriam, Thomas. "'Lord Say, Sir Thomas More, and Good Friday." (Mar. 1992)

        Kelly, Erin E. "John Foxe, Poets, and Sir Thomas More." (Sept. 2005)

        Villquin, Jean-Pierre. “Sir Thomas More et Shakespeare.” (Sept. 2005)

        Kinney, Arthur F. “Memorializing History in The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore.” (Oct. 2008)

        Miola, Robert S. "Shakespeare and The Book of Sir Thomas More." (June 2011)

      • Shakespeare
      • Fox, Alistair. "Richard III's Pauline Oath." (Mar. 1978)

        Merriam, Thomas. "Did Shakespeare Model Camillo on More?" (Dec. 1982)

        Pineas, Rainer. "More's Utopia and the 'Tragedy'of Polonius. " (June 1983)

        Evans, John. "Erasmian Folly and Shakespeare's King Lear." (Sep. 1990)

        Milward, Peter. "The Morean Counsellor in Shakespeare's Last Plays." (Sep. 1990)

        Miller, Clarence. "A Man for All Seasons: Bolt's and the Elizabethan Play." (Dec. 1990)

        Gabrieli, Vittorio. "Sources of Four Plays Acribed to Shakespeare." (Dec. 1991)

        Rousseau, Marie-Claude. "Drama Articles and Notes in Moreana." (Dec. 1991)

        Rousseau, Marie-Claude. "Theatrum Mundi: More and Drama" (Dec. 1991)

        Zapatka, Francis E. "'My Strong House': The Tower and its Use." (Dec. 1991)

        Murphy, Clare M. “Thomas More in the Subtext of Shakespeare and Fletcher’s Henry VIII.” (Sept. 2005)

        Kincaid, Arthur. “Show the Heavens More Just: Ordering Society in UtopiaKing Lear, and The Tempest.” (Oct. 2008)

        Milward, Peter. "Two Tudor Witnesses to 'the Corps of Christendom' - More and Shakespeare." (Dec. 2010)

        Alvis, John E. "Thomas More and Shakespeare: A Proposal for Furthering an Inquiry." (June 2011)

        Smith, Stephen W. "The Politics of Imitation: Exploring Connections between Thomas More and William Shakespeare." (June 2011)

        Milward, Peter. "Shakespeare's Indebtedness to More." (Dec. 2011)

        * See Christoper Peters, "The Image of Thomas More in 20th Century Plays" under "General" above

    • Paintings
    • Merriam, Thomas. "Unveiling of the More Family Portrait." (Nov. 1983)

      House, Seymour. "The More Family Portraits after Holbein." (Mar. 2000)

      Wegemer, Gerard. "What Holbein and Lockey Captured in the Family of Sir Thomas More: A Family 'furnished for the whole scope of human life.'"

       (Jun. 2008)

      Brace, Patricia. "Speaking Pictures: Margaret Roper and the Representation of Lady Rhetoric." (Dec. 2013)

    • Poems
    • Martyn, John R. C. "John Owen on Thomas More." (June 1976)

    • Statues
    • Memorial to More in the Tower of London. (June 1970)

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    Bibliographic Essays

    Marc'hadour, Germaine, More's English Works: Towards a Census and an Anatomy. (Feb 1967)

    General Essays and Talks on More

    Moyes, James. "Warham, An English Primate on the Eve of the Reformation" [with transcription of 1532 speech] (April 1894)

    Sylvester, Richard S. "Thomas More: New Buildings and Old." (Nov. 1964)

    Sylvester, Richard S. Newsletter on Yale's Complete Works Project. (Nov. 1965)

    Schoeck, R. J. "Lord Acton's Views of Thomas More." (Nov. 1966)

    Sullivan, Frank. "The Letter of the Law of a Christian Socrates." (Nov. 1967)

    Sylvester, R. S. "More's Literary Personality in His Early Works." (Nov. 1967)

    McDonald, Miles. "Two Prayers to St. Thomas More." (Feb. 1970)

    Gordon, Walter M. "In Defense of More's Merry Tales." (June 1973)

    Wright, John. "Patron of Lawyers and Model for Our Times." (Sep. 1976)

    Rawlinson, Sir Peter. "Thomas More as a Public Figure." (June 1977)

    Sylvester, R.S. "Editing Thomas More: The Past and the Future." (June 1978)

    Sylvester, Richard S. "Keynote Address (22 June 1978)." (June 1979)

    Bibliography (for Richard S. Sylvester) (June 1979)

    Kristeller, Paul. "Thomas More as a Renaissance Humanist." (June 1980)

    Klawiter, Randolph. "Thomas More, Erasmus, and Von Hutten." (Oct. 1980)

    Schuster, Louis A. "The Tower of London: More's Gethsemane." (June 1982)

    Rimmel, Lesley A. "Was Thomas Cromwell a Morean?" (Dec. 1982)

    Stork, Richard. "John Paul II on Fisher, More and Christian Unity." (Dec. 1982)

    Berglar, Peter. "Justice and Mercy in More's Life and Work." (June 1983)

    Scarisbrick, J. J. "Thomas More: «A Model For Us All»." (Nov. 1985)

    Sawada, Paul Akio. "Was More a Utopian or a Realpolitiker?" (Dec. 1986)

    Smith, Constance. "Charles Dickens on More." (Dec. 1986)

    Suzuki, Yoshinori. "Thomas More's View of Politics as a Profession." (Feb. 1987)

    Suzuki, Yoshinori. "Thomas More on Politics as a Profession." (Mar. 1988)

    Martz, Louis L. "Thomas More: The Search for the Inner Man." (1989)

    Marc'hadour, Germain. "Saint Thomas More and Conscience." (Mar. 1993)

    Billingsley, Dale. "'The Dangers of Reading in More's Works." (Dec. 1993)

    Headley, John. "Guy's More: on the Dimensions of Political Biography." (Dec. 2000)

    Gordon, Walter. "Hope's Movement Toward Love in More and Aquinas." (Mar. 2003)

    Prescott, Anne Lake. "Postmodern More." (Mar. 2003)

    Quarta, Cosimo. "More and Socrates." (Dec. 2003)

    Santer, Mark. "Bishop of Birmingham. 23rd July 1989." (June 2004)

    Scarisbrick, John. "University of Warwick. 21st July 1985." (June 2004)

    Lakowski, Romuald I. "Thomas More and the East: Ethiopia, India and the Land of Prester John." (Dec. 2009)

    Cro, Stelio. "The Contrasting Political Philosophies of More and Machiavelli." (Dec. 2010)

    Schmidt, Gabriela. "Textual Encounters in an Age of Transition: Thomas More's Translations between 'Medieval' and 'Humanist' Literary Culture."

     (June 2011)

    Rockett, William. "Tyranny?" (Dec. 2012)

    Phélippeau, Marie-Claire. "Thomas More and the Sins of Tyranny: being evil and acting evil." (Dec. 2012)

    Genet, Jean-Philippe. "The Problem of Tyranny in Fifteenth Century England." (June 2013)

    Olivares Merino, Eugenio M. "Thomas More and Charles V (Part I/II): 'Serenissimo Castellæ principe      Carolo.'" (June 2013)

    Bore, Isabelle. "Writing under Tyranny: Tyranny put to the Test of Language in the Works of Thomas More and Thomas Elyot." (June 2013)

    Turchetti, Mario. "L'assassinat de Thomas More: Le Tribunal d'une Conscience Annihilé par un Tribunal Tyrannique." (June 2013)

    Olivares Merino, Eugenio M. "Thomas More and Charles V (Part II/III): A Good Servant of the Queen." (Dec. 2013)

    Smith, Stephen W. "Friendship and Tyranny in the Writings of Sir Thomas More." (Dec. 2013)

    Phelippeau, Marie-Claire."Thomas More et l'ouverture Humaniste." (June 2014)

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