Utopia: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition
Utopia, (1516) by Sir Thomas More, is one of the most important works of the European Humanism. The work is an attempt to outline an imaginary ideal society depicting its religious, social and political customs. The relation between the State and the individual are discussed in the work. The work is also seen as satire as it compares the state of Britain with that of the fictional Utopia. A masterpiece of all times, Utopia is also a picture of the Sixteenth Century England.
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Thomas More brought his considerable skills from numerous fields to bear when he created Utopia. His intimate knowledge of the workings of the English legal system, government and politics enabled him ... Read full review
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