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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Stapleton, Thomas, 1535-1598.
Life and illustrious martyrdom of Sir Thomas More.
[Bronx, N.Y.] Fordham [1967, ©1966]
|Named Person:||Thomas More, Saint; Henry, King of England|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Stapleton; Philip Edward Hallett
|Notes:||Translation of Vita Thomae Mori.|
|Description:||xviii, 206 pages genealogical table 21 cm|
|Contents:||Birth, education and studies --
His early career --
His public career --
His wide learning and literacy work --
The many learned and famous men who were his friends --
His piety and holiness --
His contempt of honours and praise --
His contempt of riches --
How he ruled his household --
How he educated his children and grandchildren --
Margaret Roper, his eldest daughter --
Wise and devout sayings of Thomas More --
His quick wit --
The origin of the king's displeasure --
The first attack on Thomas More --
His imprisonment and firmness --
His two interrogations in prison --
His trial and condemnation --
After his condemnation --
His happy death and martyrdom --
The learned and famous pay tribute to Thomas More.
|Other Titles:||Vita Thomae Mori.|
|Responsibility:||In the translation of Philip E. Hallett. Edited and annotated by E.E. Reynolds.|
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