utopia by tomas moore

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St. Thomas More is probably one of the most respected figures of the late Renaissance era. Catholics and Non-Catholics alike look to More at least on a literary level. Therefore, what better way is there to honor his greatest work than by writing about it? However, we must also keep in mind that Utopia is his (Thomas More's) most misunderstood writing (Campbell 25). Throughout this paper, I wish to cover some major questions that I have …

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