A dialogue of comfort against tribulation
This edition will include all of More's extant works. Each volume will be edited by a specialist in the field of Renaissance studies and will include a comprehensive introduction. Latin texts will be accompanied by a facing English translation.
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Mans First Comfort His Desire to be Comforted
Tribulation Prompts Men to Desire Gods Comfort
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Aesop Aesop's Fable Anthony's battle of Mohacs better body cause Chap Chapter Christ Christian cometh conscience counsel cousin devil Dialogue of Comfort doth dread faith fall false farforth fast Father flesh forsake Forsooth give God's goeth grace grief harm hath heart heaven hell Henry VIII holy Howbeit imprisonment Jane Colt John Zapolya keep kind of tribulation king Lord Luke maketh manner Margaret Roper marvellous matter merry methinketh mind More's never night night's fear ourself painful death penance peradventure perceive peril persecution pleasure poor pray prayer prison prosperity Psalms purgatory Rastell reason reckon rich Saint Paul saith Savior Scripture seemeth shame shew sickness sins sith sore soul Spirit suffer sure tell temptation themself therein thereof therewith thing thou tion Tower of London troth truth Turk Turk's uncle unto verily vincent wealth ween wise words worldly wretched Zacchaeus