17 November 1983
Show More Thomas More: History and Providence by Alistair Fox.
Blackwell, 271 pp., £19.50, September 1982, 0 631 13094 2Show More
The Statesman and the Fanatic: Thomas Wolsey and Thomas More by Jasper Ridley.
Constable, 338 pp., £12.50, October 1982, 9780094634701Show More
English Reformation Literature: The Tudor Origins of the Protestant Tradition by John King.
Princeton, 539 pp., £30.70, December 1982, 0 691 06502 0Show More
Seven-Headed Luther: Essays in Commemoration of a Quincentenary, 1483-1983 edited by Peter Newman Brooks.
Oxford, 325 pp., £22.50, July 1983, 0 19 826648 0Show More
The Complete Works of St Thomas More. Vol. VI: A Dialogue concerning Heresies. Part 1: The Text, Part 2: Introduction, Commentary, Appendices, Glossary, Index edited by T.M.C. Lawler, Germain Marc’hadour and Richard Marius.
Yale, 435 pp., £76, November 1981, 0 300 02211 5Show More
“... In July 1519 the rackety Franconian knight, poet laureate and satirist Ulrich von Hutten received a long letter from Erasmus of Rotterdam, still at that time his friend. What sort of man, he had asked Erasmus, was this kindred poetic spirit Thomas More, fellow-condemner of court life and author of the diverting Utopia, as well as admirably an admirer of Hutten’s own satire on monkish blankness and ...”