J.B. Trapp, 17 November 1983
Show More Thomas More: History and Providence by Alistair Fox.
Blackwell, 271 pp., £19.50, September 1982, 0 631 13094 2Show More
The Statesman and the Fanatic: Thomas Wolsey and Thomas More by Jasper Ridley.
Constable, 338 pp., £12.50, October 1982, 9780094634701Show More
English Reformation Literature: The Tudor Origins of the Protestant Tradition by John King.
Princeton, 539 pp., £30.70, December 1982, 0 691 06502 0Show More
Seven-Headed Luther: Essays in Commemoration of a Quincentenary, 1483-1983 edited by Peter NewmanBrooks.
Oxford, 325 pp., £22.50, July 1983, 0 19 826648 0Show More
The Complete Works of St Thomas More. Vol. VI: A Dialogue concerning Heresies. Part 1: The Text, Part 2: Introduction, Commentary, Appendices, Glossary, Index edited by T.M.C. Lawler, Germain Marc’hadour and Richard Marius.
Yale, 435 pp., £76, November 1981, 0 300 02211 5Show More
“... from his Utopia. Even so, it had been Erasmus who had given him letters to friends such as Peter Giles, dedicatee of Utopia, in Antwerp and it was Erasmus who saw to the publication of Lucian, the epigrams and Utopia, bustling about to secure commendatory letters and so enhance them. Erasmus also coined and disseminated the description ‘a man for all ...”