The Select Life and Works of Thomas More presents the writings and biographies of Thomas More, a saint and statesman who was martyred during the bloody reign of King Henry VIII. Learn about this fascinating Reformation martyr through his own words and faithful biographical sketches. This collection includes More’s influential Utopia and his controversial The Supplication of Souls. You’ll encounter More’s sharp humor throughout this collection, particularly in The Wisdom and Wit of Blessed Thomas More. Four biographies present the facts of More’s life, including an intimate portrait by his son-in-law William Roper and another by his great-grandson Cresacre More.
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Thomas More (1478–1535) was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted Renaissance humanist. He was an important councilor to Henry VIII of England and, for three years toward the end of his life, lord chancellor. More opposed King Henry VIII’s separation from the Catholic Church, and was martyred on Tower Hill in 1535. He is recognized as a saint within the Catholic Church and is commemorated by the Church of England as a Reformation martyr.