The Life of Sir Thomas More
Templegate, 1984 - 125 pàgines
Erasmus said of his friend Thomas More that he was "the most delightful character in the world...indeed I do not think it is easier to make a likeness of More than of Alexander the Great or of Achilles; neither were those heroes more worthy of immortality." William Roper was More's son-in-law and his life of Sir Thomas More, with its intimate glimpses of life within the More household, has become a classic biography.
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