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by Thomas More

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Volume 461 in Everyman's Library with dustcover intact
  C.J.J.Anderson | Jun 9, 2014 |
This edition contains both the saints political exploration Utopia and his dialogue written awaiting excution in the tower.

Ulimately the Dialogue of Comfort, while a lesser known work, seems to me to be the better read. It is a deeply moving account of the reasons why Christians need not fall into despair, even when like for Saint Thomas (or Saint Augustine before him) it seems the whole civilised Christian world is about to be overwhelmed. ( )
  hf22 | May 12, 2012 |
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