Thomas More: A Portrait of Courage

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Scepter Publishers, Jun 1, 1997 - 307 pages
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The first study to examine More's complete works in view of his concept of statesmanship and, in the process, link his humanism, faith, and legal and political vocations into a coherent narrative.b
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Family Foundations in the Heart of London
4
Vocational Trials in Revolutionary Times
10
Mores First Handbook on Spiritual Combat
18
New Joys New Sorrows
27
Early Writings
37
Richard III Utopia
43
Achieving Professional Success
48
Wearing the Chain of Office
105
A Home of International Fame
109
A Dialogue of Sir Thomas More Knight
118
Royal Passion vs Law and Tradition
128
Lord Chancellor of England
134
After
149
A Memorable
171
From
193

Born for Friendship
61
From Citizen to Subject
70
Daring Educator Artful Parent
79
The Four Last Things
92
Covering the Nakedness of Noah
97
A Trial to Remember
210
Afterword
225
Annotated Pages of Mores Prayer Book
238
Works Cited
276
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