International Thomas More Bibliography (C): Background Studies


 

Note: The International Thomas More Bibliography is a very extensively revised and augmented version of the Bibliographical Appendix to my Ph.D. Dissertation. Any comments, corrections, suggested additions or queries can be sent to the editor at lakowskir@gmail.com

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Table of Contents

 

International Thomas More Bibliography

Abbreviations
Opera Omnia, Correspondence and Humanistic Works
Polemical and Devotional Works and Trial
Background Studies
Family and Friends, and Biographies
Thomas More and the Creative Arts
Utopia Part A: Editions and Translations
Utopia Part B: Studies
Calendars of the Letters and Papers of Thomas More, John Fisher, and John Colet (Under Development)

Contemporaries of Thomas More

Part I: Fisher, Colet and the Carthusians
Part II: Early English English Renaissance (A—H)
Part III: Early English English Renaissance (J—W)


Thomas More: Background Studies

Literary Studies and Humanism

General Critical Studies of More's Works
Essay Collections and Special Issues
English Language, Literature and Prose Style
More and Chaucer
Literary Dialogue
Thomas More as a Translator
Humour/Humor and Wit
Thomas More and the Classics
More and Humanism
Latin Language, Rhetoric and Grammar
Feminism and Education

Public Life and Career

The Young More (1477/78–1501)
Political Career and Thought
More: Pacifism
Thomas More and the Law (excluding More's Trial)
More, the Law and Literature
More, Morality and the Law: Essays, Appreciations and Public Addresses
Thomas More, Medicine and Health Reform
Thomas More and Music

Theology and Ecclesiology

Ecclesiology: More and the Church
More and the Church Fathers
More, Saint Francis and the Franciscans
Thomas More and the Eucharist
Thomas More and the Bible
Heresy Trials
Thomas More and the Reformation
Spirituality
Conscience

Miscellaneous Background

On More's Name, Coat of Arms, etc.
More's Signatures, Seals and Official Documents
Thomas More's Travels
Thomas More's London
More's Houses: Bucklersberry, Chelsea and More's Manors
More's Head, Burial and Relics

Reception and Influence

General Reception
Moreana in the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries
Moreana in the 19th and 20th Centuries
More and America
More, Germany and Scandinavia
More and the Low Countries
More and France
More and Italy
More and Portugal
More and Spain
More and Eastern Europe
More, Asia and Australasia

Reference Works

Bibliographies
R. W. Gibson, Constance Smith and Additions
Moreana in Individual Libraries
Exhibitions
Journals, Yearbooks and Websites

Modern Biographers, Scholars and Editors

More Scholarship
Modern More Scholars, Biographers, and Editors
More Scholars: Bibliographies
Reports on Conference Papers
Surveys of Criticism

Unclassified Dissertations on More


Background Studies

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Literary Studies and Humanism

General Critical Studies of More's Works

  1. Campbell, W. E. Sir Thomas More and His Time. Catholic World 94 (February 1912): 577–88 + (March 1912): 730–41 + 95 (April 1912): 75–85 + 96(November 1912): 192–206 + (January 1913): 477–86 + 97 (April 1913): 64–73 + (June 1913): 383–91 + (July 1913): 485–96. [Wentworth 31; Sullivan 1:165.]
  2. Chambers, Raymond Wilson. The Saga and the Myth of Sir Thomas More. Proceedings of the British Academy 12 (1926): 179–225. Rpt. as The Saga and the Myth of Sir Thomas More. The British Academy Literary History Lecture, read November 5, 1926. London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press for the British Academy, 1927. [Wentworth 34; Sullivan 1:186. On the early biographies of More and on Utopia. Also includes a defence of More against claims that he tortured heretics.]
    Review(s):
    1. English Historical Review 43 (1928): 645.
  3. Prévost, André. Thomas More: Contribution à l'histoire de la pensée religieuse. 2 vols. Theology Diss. Lille, 1945. [Sullivan 3:107–108.]
  4. Hogrefe, Pearl. The Sir Thomas More Circle: A Program of Ideas and Their Impact on Secular Drama. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1959. [Geritz G045; Wentworth 29; Sullivan 2:113–114.]
    Review(s):
    1. Leicester Bradner, Modern Language Notes 75 (1960): 707–08.
    2. Richard J. Schoeck, Renaissance News 13 (1960): 175–77.
    3. J. B. Trapp, Notes and Queries ns 8 (1961): 36–37.
  5. Hexter, J. H. Thomas More: On the Margins of Modernity. Journal of British Studies 1:1 (1961): 20–37. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. I: 71–88. Revised and incorporated into Utopia and its Intellectual Milieu, in Hexter's introduction to the Yale Utopia, esp. CW 4: xlv–l. [Geritz G043 and R194; Wentworth 603.]
  6. Marc'hadour, Germain. L'Univers de Thomas More: Chronologie critique de More, Érasme et leur époque, 1477–1536. De Pétrarque à Descartes 5. Paris: J. Vrin, 1963. [Add. & Corr.: Germain Marc'hadour, Additions et corrections à l'univers de Thomas More, Moreana (1963–65) 1: 70–81 + 2: 71–82 + 3: 39–60 + 4: 57–68 + 5: 41–52; Geritz F174, F151 & F152; Sullivan 2:283–84.]
    Review(s):
    1. Pierre Mesnard, Moreana 1 (1963): 27–30.
    2. Richard S. Sylvester, Renaissance News 16 (1963): 319–23.
  7. Reynolds, E. E. Sir Thomas More. Bibliographical Series of Supplements to British Book News on Writers and Their Works 178. London: Published for The British Council and the National Book League by Longmans, Green & Co., 1965. Japanese translation by Paul Akio Sawada. Tokyo: Kenkyusha Press, 1971. [Geritz G073; Wentworth 170. A brief thirty-five page account of More's literary achievement.]
    Review(s):
    1. R. W. Zandvoort, English Studies 47 (1966): 220.
    2. (Japanese Translation) Albert Presse, Moreana 35 (1972): 47–48.
  8. Prévost, André. Thomas More (1478–1535) et la crise de la pensée européenne. Paris: Mame, 1969. Spanish Translation as Tomas Moro (1478–1535) y la crisis del pensamiento europeo. Madrid: Ediciones Palabra, 1972. [Geritz G072.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Renaissance Quarterly 25 (1972): 348–49.
    2. Henri Meulon, Moreana 25 (1970): 89–90.
  9. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More, ou la Sage Folie. Collection Philosophes de tous les temps 76. Paris: Éditions Seghers, 1971. [Geritz G057.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, [Réactions], Moreana 33 (1972): 39–46.
    2. James K. McConica, Renaissance and Reformation os 9 (1972): 37.
  10. Fleisher, Martin. Radical Reform and Political Persuasion in the Life and Writings of Thomas More. Travaux d'humanisme et renaissance, 132. Geneva: Droz, 1973. [Geritz R135; Wentworth 282.]
    Review(s):
    1. Stanford E. Lehmberg, Renaissance Quarterly 28 (1975): 71–72.
    2. Geraldine Thompson, Renaissance and Reformation os 11 (1975): 63–66.
  11. Greenslade, S. L. The Morean Renaissance: Review Article. Journal of Ecclesiastical History 24 (1973): 395–401.
  12. Schoeck, Richard J. The Achievement of Thomas More: Aspects of his Life and Works. English Literary Studies monograph series 7. Victoria, BC: English Literary Studies, University of Victoria, 1976. [Geritz G075; Wentworth 271.]
  13. Jones, Judith P. Thomas More. Twayne English Authors Series 247. Boston, MA: G. K. Hall, 1979. [Geritz G048; Wentworth 256. Some chapters also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. Robert Griffin, Charting More's Utopia, Science Fiction Studies 9:2 [27] (1982): 215–16. [Geritz R167.]
    2. Jenny Mezciems, Notes and Queries ns 28 (1981): 68–69.
    3. Warren W. Wooden, College Literature 7 (1980): 76–77.
  14. Fox, Alistair. Thomas More: History and Providence. New Haven: Yale UP, 1983. [Geritz G027; Wentworth 251. Chapters also listed separately. See also Rainer Pineas, A Response to Alistair Fox, and especially Brendan Bradshaw The Controversial Sir Thomas More, both in Polemical Works: General Studies.]
    Review(s):
    1. Nicolas Barker, TLS 25 Feb. 1983: 199.
    2. Geoffrey R. Elton, New York Review of Books 30:1 3 Feb. 1983: 3–5.
    3. John A. Guy, History 68 (1983): 316–17.
    4. Daniel Kinney, Renaissance Quarterly 37 (1984): 74–78.
    5. Germain Marc'hadour, Renaissance and Reformation ns 8 (1984): 138–44.
    6. Richard Marius, Albion 16 (1984): 285–88.
    7. Elizabeth McCutcheon, Biography 8.1 (1985): 83–92.
    8. Clare M. Murphy, Catholic Historical Review 72 (1986): 85–86.
    9. Philip Sheldrake, Heythrop Journal 25 (1984): 225–26.
    10. William Stewart, Moreana 79/80 (1983): 79–82.
    11. J. B. Trapp, London Review of Books 5:21, 17th Nov. 1983: 15–17. Rpt. in J. B. Trapp, Studies of Petrarch and his Influence, (London: Pindar P, 2003), 514–20.
    12. Brian Vickers, Journal of Medieval History 56 (1984): 311–16.
  15. Baumann, Uwe, and Hans Peter Heinrich. Thomas Morus: Humanistische Schriften. Intro. Hubertus Schulte Herbrüggen. Erträge der Forschung 243. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1986. [Geritz G005.]
    Review(s):
    1. Richard J. Schoeck, Renaissance Quarterly 42 (1989): 854–55.
  16. Martz, Louis L. Thomas More: The Search for the Inner Man. New Haven: Yale UP, 1990. [Geritz F184; Wentworth 52. Revised versions of four previously published articles, also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. Dominic Baker-Smith, Renaissance Studies 6 (1992): 224–26.
    2. Nicolas Barker, TLS 16 Aug. 1991: 26.
    3. Philip C. Dust, Review [Charlottesville, NC] 14 (1992): 225–30.
    4. J. Farr, Theological Studies 52 (1991): 590–91.
    5. Anthony Kenny, Journal of Ecclesiastical History 43 (1992): 650–51.
    6. Daniel Kinney, Albion 23 (1991): 733–34.
    7. Albert J. Loomie, Thought 67 (1992): 107–08.
    8. Anne M. O'Donnell, Catholic Historical Review 77 (1991): 607–08.
    9. Anne M. Murphy, Heythrop Journal 33 (1992): 437–38.
    10. Gerard B. Wegemer, Southern Humanities Review 26 (1992): 85–86.
    11. Archibald Morrison Young, Sixteenth Century Journal 23 (1992): 162–64.
    12. R. Zim, Notes and Queries ns 40 (1993): 534–35.
  17. Wegemer, Gerard B. Young Thomas More and the Arts of Liberty. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2011. [Sum.: Inside Cover.]
    Review(s):
    1. Alvaro Silva, Moreana 187/88 (2012): 231–34. Available Online.
  18. Curtright, Travis. The One Thomas More. Washington, DC: Catholic University Press of America: 2012. [Some chapters listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. Samuel Gregg, Moreana 191/92 (2013): 303–309.
    2. Louis Karlin, Liberated by Conscience, http://www.libertylawsite.org/book-review/liberated-by-conscience/
  19. Miller, Clarence H. Humanism and Style: Essays on Erasmus and More. Intro. by Jerry Harp. Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh UP, 2011. [Some essays also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. Katherine Rodgers, Moreana 187/88 (2012): 227–31. Available Online.
  20. Betteridge, Thomas. Writing Faith and Telling Tales: Literature, Politics, and Religion in the Work of Thomas More. Notre Dame, IN: U of Notre Dame P, 2013.
    Review(s):
    1. Peter Gwyn, Times Higher Education 23rd Jan. 2014. Available online at http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/books/writing-faith-and-telling-tales-literature-politics-and-religion-in-the-work-of-thomas-more-by-thomas-betteridge/2010603.article
    2. Emily Ransom, Moreana 53:199–200 (June 2015): 293–96.

Essay Collections and Special Issues

  1. The Fame of Blessed Thomas More, Being Addresses Delivered in his Honour in Chelsea, July 1929. London: Sheed & Ward, 1929, 1933. [Sullivan 1:340–41. Articles also listed separately.]
  2. O'Sullivan, Richard, ed. The King's Good Servant: Papers read to The Thomas More Society of London. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1948. [Geritz G070. Some papers also listed separately.]
  3. Marc'hadour, Germain, ed. A Festschrift on More's Utopia in Honor of Edward Surtz, S. J. Moreana Issues 31/32. Angers: Éditions Moreana, 1971.
    Review(s):
    1. Leland Miles, Renaissance Quarterly 26 (1973): 212–15.
  4. Sylvester, Richard S., ed. St. Thomas More: Action and Contemplation. Proceedings of the Symposium held at St. John's University, 1970. New Haven: Yale UP (for St. John's University), 1972. [Articles also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. W. L. Godshalk, Renaissance Quarterly 26 (1973): 210–11.
    2. John M. Headley and J. R. Cavanaugh, The St. Thomas More Symposium, and A Participant's Impressions, Moreana 27/28 (1970): 145–49.
    3. Francis Murray, Moreana 38 (1973): 72–79.
  5. Gerlo, Aloïs, ed. Thomas More: 1477–1977, Colloque international tenu en novembre 1977. Actes de l'Institut pour l'Étude de la Renaissance 6. Brussels: Éditions de l'Université de Bruxelles, 1980. [Some articles also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. André Godin, Moreana 70 (1981): 87–92.
    2. Leland Miles, Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 2 (1982): 118–23.
  6. Marc'hadour, Germain, and Richard S. Sylvester, Richard S., eds. Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. [Articles also listed separately.]
  7. Moore, Michael J., ed. Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More. Boone, NC: Albion, 1978. Also publ. in Albion 10: Supp. (1978): 1–162. [Articles also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. Arthur J. Slavin, Moreana 67/68 (1980): 81–87.
  8. Fox, Alistair, and Peter Leech, eds. Thomas More: The Rhetoric of Character. Dunedin: U of Otago (A University Extension Publication), 1979. [Contributions also listed separately.]
  9. Byron, Brian F., and Damian Grace, eds. Thomas More: Essays on the Icon. Melbourne: Dove Communications, 1980. [Articles also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. Philip Sheldrake, Heythrop Journal 25 (1984): 227.
  10. Murphy, Clare M., Henri Gibaud, and Mario A. DiCesare, eds. Miscellanea Moreana: Essays for Germain Marc'hadour. Moreana 100: Volume XXVI Mélanges Marc'hadour. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 61. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1989. [Sum.: (English and French) Moreana 98/99 (1988): 153–67, 247–62. A special commemorative issue of Moreana, (no. 100). Cited as Miscellanea Moreana. Articles also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. Peter Iver Kaufman, Infallibly More, Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 11 (1991): 156–72.
    2. Richard L. DeMolen, Catholic Historical Review 76 (1990): 846–48.
    3. J.-P. Moreau, Études Anglaises 45 (1992): 202–04.
  11. McCarthy, John, and Anthony Reynolds, eds. Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. [Geritz G063. A collection of essays, including two by Marc'hadour, one of which is a bibliography of More the Common Lawyer. Articles also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. Robert Ombres, Moreana 125 (1996): 103–106.
  12. Boventer, Hermann, and Uwe Baumann, eds. Europa: Wiege des Humanismus und der Reformation. 5 Internationales Symposion der Amici Thomas Mori 20. bis 27. Mai 1995 in Mainz. Dokumentation. [Europe: The Cradle of Humanism and the Reformation. 5th International Thomas More Symposium.] Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1997. [Some articles also listed separately.]
  13. Dunn, John, and Ian Harris, eds. More. Great Political Thinkers 6. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. [Articles also listed separately.]
  14. Cousins, A. D., and Damian Grace, eds. A Companion to Thomas More. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2009. [Articles also listed separately.]
  15. Logan, George, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Thomas More. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2011. (DOI) [Articles also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. Travis Curtright, Moreana 185/86 (2011): 221–225.
  16. Curtright, Travis, ed. Thomas More: Why Patron of Statesmen? Edited by Travis Curtright. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015. [***Some articles will also listed separately.***]
    Review(s):
    1. Veronica Lyter, Moreana 53:203–204 (2016): 299–312.

English Language, Literature and Prose Style

  1. Grünzinger, Max. Die Neuenglische Schriftsprache in den Werken des Sir Thomas More (1478–1535). Wurzburg Diss. Freiburg i. B.: Pressverein in G. m.b. H., 1909. Online at https://archive.org/details/dieneuenglisches00grnz. [Sullivan 2:56.]
  2. Morison, J. L. Sir Thomas More in His English Works. Scottish Historical Review 6 (1909): 159–73; [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 79/80 (1983): 48; Wentworth 265.]
  3. Delcourt, Joseph. Essai sur la langue de Sir Thomas More d'après ses oeuvres anglaises. Montpellier: Roumégous et Dehan, 1913. Rpt. Paris: H. Didier, 1914. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/essaisurlalangue00delcuoft [Sullivan 1:258–59.]
  4. Krapp, George Philip. The Rise of English Literary Prose. [1915] See Polemical Works: General Studies.
  5. Chambers, Raymond Wilson. The Continuity of English Prose from Alfred to More and his School. London: Oxford UP, 1932. Also publ. as intro. in E. V. Hitchcock's ed. of N. Harpsfield, Life of More. xlv–clxxiv. [Wentworth 246; Sullivan 1:182. On the continuity of English prose from Beowulf and Alfred to More. Includes a good discussion of the Fourteenth Century English mystics and also on More and Tyndale as translators of the Bible.]
  6. Hallett, Philip E. Blessed Thomas More as an English Prose Writer. Dublin Review 191 (1932): 117–28. [Wentworth 255; Sullivan 2:71. On More's style in his English works.]
  7. Nairne, Alexander. The English Works of Sir Thomas More. Downside Review 50 (1932): 185–200. [Wentworth 266.]
  8. Delcourt, Joseph. Some Aspects of Sir Thomas More's English. Essays and Studies 21 (1936): 7–31. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 326–42, 640. [Geritz G013; Wentworth 248; Sullivan 1:259–60.]
  9. Chambers, Raymond Wilson. The Place of St. Thomas More in English Literature and History. Being a revision of a Lecture delivered to the Thomas More Society. London: Longmans Green & Co., 1937. Rpt. New York: Haskell House, 1964. [Geritz F038; Wentworth 33; Sullivan 1:184–86.]
    Review(s):
    1. TLS 13 Nov. 1937: 861 [Sullivan 1:185].
    2. C. Smyth, Criterion 17 (1937/38): 523–32.
  10. Meyer, Mary Evangeline. The Literary Significance of the English Works of St. Thomas More. M.A. Diss., Loyola U Chicago, 1942. Online at http://ecommons.luc.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1580&context=luc_theses.
  11. Sullivan, M. Rosenda. A Study of the Cursus in the Works of St. Thomas More. Diss. Catholic U of America. Washington, DC: 1943. Published by Catholic University of America, 1943. Rpt. Kessinger Publishing, 2008. [Geritz K017.]
  12. Visser, F. Th. A Syntax of the English Language of St. Thomas More. The Verb. Parts I–III. Materials for the Study of Old English Drama 19, 24, 26. 3 vols. Louvain: C. Uystpruyst, 1946, 1952, 1956. Rpt. Vadus: Kraus reprint, 1963. [Geritz K020; Wentworth 276. Visser's 950 page study (pages numbered consecutively in the 3 parts) covers only the verb constructions in More's English Works. The other parts of speech were never completed.]
    Review(s):
    1. O. Funke, English Studies 36 (1955): 29–37, 74–78 [Sullivan 1:379].
    2. Henri de Vocht, Materials xix, xxiv, xxvi: F. Visser, a Syntax of the Language of St. Thomas More, Professor Bang and His Work in English Philology, Materials for the Study of Old English Drama 25, (Louvain: C. Uystpruyst, 1958), 200–201.
  13. Lewis, C. S. [Thomas More.] English Literature in the Sixteenth Century, Excluding Drama. Oxford History of English Literature, Vol. 3. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1954. 133, 165–81, 191–92. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 388–401, 651. [Geritz G054; Wentworth 261; Sullivan 2:229–30. See also C.S. Lewis on More and Tyndale, >Moreana 98/99 (1988): 93 — which deals with a reference to More and Tyndale in Lewis's Latin Letters to Don Giovanni Calabria; and C.S. Lewis on More and Luther, Moreana 82 (1984): 128. For Lewis's discussion of More's treatment of Conscience, see Conscience and Conscious in Conscience. For a critique of Lewis's treatment of More's controversy with Tyndale, see Peter Milward, A Judgement Judged—C. S. Lewis on the More-Tyndale Controversy in MoreVsTyndale]
  14. Ong, Walter J. Oral Residue in Tudor Prose Style. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 80 (1965): 145–54. [Geritz K012.]
  15. Rydén, Mats. Relative Constructions in Early Sixteenth-Century English, With Special Reference of Syr Thomas Elyot. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Studia Anglistica Upsaliensia 3. Upsala: Alquist and Wiksell, 1966. [Geritz K014. Includes discussion of More, Fisher, Tyndale and Cavendish.]
  16. Bennett, J. R. English Prose Style from Alfred to More: A Bibliography. Mediaeval Studies 30 (1968): 248–59. [Annotated.]
  17. Carey, John. Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Prose. History of Literature in the English Language. Vol. 2. English Poetry and Prose, 1540–1674. Edited by Christopher Ricks. London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1970. 339–58. [Geritz G012; Wentworth 248.]
  18. Cavanaugh, J. R. The Use of Proverbs and Sententiae for Rhetorical Amplification in the Writings of Saint Thomas More. Ph.D. Diss. St. Louis U, 1970. [DAI 31/4 (1970): 2336–37A.]
  19. Sylvester, Richard S. Keynote Address to the Georgetown Symposium. Moreana 62 (1979): 94–103. Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana62pages95-103.pdf [Geritz K018; Wentworth 273.]
  20. Birch, D. I. Linguistic Style and Statistical Analysis of Homogeneity in a Reappraisal of Saint Thomas More's English Polemics, 1528–34. [1980] See Polemical Works: General Studies.
  21. Birch, David. Statistical Rank and the Friedman Test as an Indication of Significance in the Preliminary Stages of a MultiVariable Analysis of Literary Texts. Studia Neophilologica 55 (1983): 129–41. [Geritz S007; Wentworth 749. A preliminary statistical analysis of the style of More's English Polemical Works.]
  22. Crane, Mary Thomas. Proverbial and Aphoristic Sayings: Sources of Authority in the English Renaissance. Diss. Harvard U, 1986. [Geritz K001.]
  23. Raumolin-Brunberg, Helena. The Noun Phrase in Early Sixteenth-Century English: A Study Based on Sir Thomas More's Writings. Diss. Helsingin Yliopisto (Finland), 1991. Published in Mémoires de la Société Néophilologique de Helsinki, 50. Helsinki: Société Néophilologique, 1991. [Geritz K013.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 130 (1997): 81–84.
  24. Raumolin-Brunberg, Helena. From Thomas More to present-day English: noun phrase stability and variability. The Noun Phrase in English. Its Structure and Variability. Ed. Andreas H. Jucker and Hans-Jürgen Diller. Anglistik und Englischunterricht, 49. Heidelberg, C. Winter, 1993. 107–120.
  25. Raumolin-Brunberg, Helena. Sociolinguistics, variation and Thomas More. The New Courant 1 (1993): 45–49.

More and Chaucer

  1. Fox, Alistair. Thomas More's Dialogue and the Book of the Tales of Caunterbury: Good Mother Wit and Creative Imitation. [1978] See Dialogue Concerning Heresies.
  2. Fox, Alistair. Chaucer, More, and English Humanism. Festschrift for Professor Sir Geoffrey Elton. Parergon ns 6 (1988): 63–75. [Sum.: Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 114 (1993): 97. On More's use of Chaucer in his English works.]
  3. Baumann, Uwe. Der Geistliche als Opfer der Satire bei Geoffrey Chaucer, Erasmus von Rotterdam und Thomas Morus. Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1989. 34–51. [Sum.: Ralph Keen, Moreana 103 (1990): 113.]
  4. Ryan, Lawrence. Sir Thomas More's Use of Chaucer. Studies in English Literature: 1500–1900 35 (1995): 1–17. [Geritz L022.]
  5. Marc'hadour, Germain. Geoffrey Chaucer (ca. 1340–1400) and Thomas More (1477–1535). Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana159pages37-63.pdf Moreana 159 (2004): 37–63. [Sum.: p.37.]

More: Literary Dialogue

  1. Pineas, Rainer. Thomas More's Use of the Dialogue Form as a Weapon of Religious Controversy. Studies in the Renaissance 7 (1960): 193–206. [Geritz S091; Wentworth 711.]
  2. Young, Archibald Morrison. Thomas More and the Humanist Dialogue. Diss. U of Toronto, 1973. [Geritz K022.]
  3. Sodeman, Nancy Rutherford. More's Use of Amplification in Two English Dialogues. Diss. Georgia State U, 1976. [Geritz S107 (and K016).]
  4. Gordon, Walter M. The Platonic Dramaturgy of Thomas More's Dialogues. Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 8 (1978): 193–215. [Geritz K004; Wentworth 253.]
  5. Sodeman, Nancy Rutherford. Rhetoric in More's English Dialogues. Moreana 59/60 (1978): 13–18. [Geritz S108; Wentworth 712.]
  6. Deakins, Roger. The Tudor Prose Dialogue: Genre and anti-Genre. Studies in English Literature: 1500–1900 20 (1980): 5–23. [Geritz K002. An attempt to define or categorize Tudor dialogues. Utopia dealt with on pp. 16–18.]
    Review(s):
    1. Arthur F. Kinney, The Art of Tudor Dialogue, Moreana 83/84 (1984): 47.
  7. Marc'hadour, Germain. Here I Sit: Thomas More's Genius for Dialogue. Thomas More: Essays on the Icon. Ed. Damian Grace and Brian F. Byron. Melbourne: Dove Publications, 1980. 9–42. [Geritz K008; Wentworth 264. Discusses More's three dialogues: deals mainly with the Dialogue Concerning Heresies.]
  8. Sylvester, Richard S. Three Dialogues. Moreana 64 (1980): 65–78. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana64pages65-78.pdf [Geritz K019; Wentworth 275.]
  9. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More: De la conversation au dialogue. Le dialogue au temps de la Renaissance. Ed. Marie-Th´rèse Jones-Davies. Paris: Jean Touzot, 1984. 35–57. [Geritz K009. Covers similar ground to Here I Sit: Thomas More's Genius for Dialogue.]
  10. Wilson, K. J. Thomas More: The Transfiguration of Dialogue. Incomplete Fictions: The Formation of English Renaissance Dialogue. Washington, D.C.: Catholic U of America P, 1985. 137–75. [Geritz K021; Wentworth 277.] Analysis of the Dialogue Concerning Heresiesand the Dialogue of Comfort.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 91/92 (1986): 189–93.
    2. J. M. Mueller, Renaissance Quarterly 39 (1986): 336–39.
    3. John Mulryan, Cithara 25:1 (1985): 74–75.
  11. Marius, Richard. Reflections on Writing the Biography of a Saint. [1989] See Modern Biographers.
  12. Haynes, Robert William. The Dramaturgy of the Early Tudor Dialogue. Diss. U of Georgia, 1991. [Geritz K005.]
  13. McCutcheon, R. R. Thomas More and the Limits of Dialogue. Diss. Stanford U, 1991. [Geritz K010.]
  14. Lakowski, Romuald I. Sir Thomas More and the Art of Dialogue. Diss. U of British Columbia, 1993. Online at https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/2084 and http://projects.chass.utoronto.ca/emls/iemls/work/chapters/contents.html#Contents or http:///extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/iemls/work/chapters/contents.html#Contents [Geritz K007. An analysis of the use of dialogue in Richard III, Book I of Utopia, Dialogue Concerning Heresies and A Dialogue of Comfort.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hahour, Internet and Dialogue, Thomas More Gazette 7 (1997):32.

See also Utopia and Plato

Thomas More as a Translator

  1. Hutchinson, F. E. Sir Thomas More as a Translator of the Bible. [1941] See Thomas More and the Bible.
  2. Marc'hadour, Germain. More Self-Translator. Moreana 11 (1966): 71–73. [On two passages: one in the Responsio, translated in the Apology, and one in the Utopia, on mentiri vs. mendacium dicere (CW 4, 40/28–29), translated in the Debellation.]
  3. Marc'hadour, Germain. Rev. of Confrontation at Worms. by De L. Jensen. [1975] See Responsio ad Lutherum.
  4. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More traduit par lui-même. Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Turonensis: Proceedings of the Third International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies, Tours 6–10 September 1976. Ed. Jean-Claude Margolin. De Pétrarque à Descartes, 38. 2 vols. Paris: J. Vrin, 1980. 463–70. [On Richard III and some passages in More's polemical works.]
  5. Hosington, Brenda M. Thomas More's Views on Language and Translation and their Place in the Classical and Humanist Tradition. [2003] See Latin Language, Rhetoric and Grammar.
  6. Schmidt, Gabriela. Textual Encounters in an Age of Transition: Thomas More's Translations between Medieval and Humanist Literary Culture. Moreana 185/86 (2011): 149–71. [Sum.: pp.149–50.]

See also Translations of Lucian, and Life of Pico.

Humour/Humor and Wit

  1. Bridgett, T. E., ed. Introductory Essay on The Wisdom and Wit of Blessed Thomas [More]. The Wisdom and Wit of Blessed Thomas More. London: Burns Oates & Washbourne, 1892. 1–25. Pp. 11–25 rpt. as The Wit of Thomas More. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 481–88, 666. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/wisdomandwitofbl00moreuoft [Geritz G009; Sullivan 1:128.]
  2. Dinnis, E. Thomas More's Best Joke. Thought 2 (1928): 637–50.
  3. Cazamian, Louis. The Humanist Contribution: II. Erasmus, More. The Development of English Humour. Part I. From the early times to the Renascence. New York: MacMillan, 1930. Rpt. as part of The development of English humour. Parts 1 and 2. Duke University Publications series. Durham, NC: Duke UP; Cambridge: Cambridge UP 1952. 121–26. [Sullivan 1:177. On humour in the Praise of Folly and Utopia.]
  4. Crane, William G. A General Examination of Wit in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Wit and Rhetoric in the Renaissance: The Formal Basis of Elizabethan Prose Style. Columbia University Studies in English and Comparative Literature, 129. New York. Columbia UP, 1937. Rpt. Gloucester, MA: Peter Smith, 1964. 18–22, 199, 211–12. [Sullivan 1:224–25. Pp. 26–31, 212–13 also deal with Erasmus.]
  5. Thecla [Schmidt], Sr. Mary. St. Thomas More's Merye Laughing Harvest. If By Your Art: Testament to Percival Hunt. Ed. Agnes Lynch Starrett. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, 1948. 161–73. [Geritz G081.]
  6. Marsh, T. N. Humor and Invective in Early Tudor Polemic Prose. Rice Institute Pamphlet 44:1 (1957): 79–89. [Geritz S061; Wentworth 669. Humor and polemical technique in More, Tyndale and Fish.]
  7. Mason, Harold A. The Discovery of Wit: The Identity of Spirit in More and Erasmus. Humanism and Poetry in the Early Tudor Period. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1959, 1980. 59–103. [Geritz G060; Wentworth 285; Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 73 (1982): 102. See also Mason's article They Haven't Got No Noses! in In Defence of Humanism and Poetry.]
  8. Pineas, Rainer. Thomas More's Use of Humor as a Weapon of Religious Controversy. Studies in Philology 58 (1961): 97–114. [Geritz S090; Wentworth 680.]
  9. Mercanti, G. C. More's Gay Genius: Quelques facéties de Thomas More. Moreana 4 (1964): 104–107. [Geritz L018. On More and Poggio Bracciolini.]
  10. O'Connell, W. E. The Humor of the Gallows. The Omega Letter [Chicago] 1 (1966): 31–32. Rpt. in Journal of Pastoral Counselling 9 (1974): 53–54. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 13 (1967): 108–09 + 49 (1976): 101. Marc'hadour quotes O'Connell's comments on More's humour.]
  11. Nédoncelle, M. L'Humour d'Érasme et l'humour de Thomas More. Scrinium Erasmianum (Mélanges historiques publiés sous le patronage de l'Université de Louvain à l'occasion du Ve Centenaire de la naissance d'Érasme). Ed. J. Coppens. 2 vols. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1969. 2: 547–67.
  12. Thompson, Craig R. Erasmus, More, and the Conjuration of Spirits: The Possible Source of a Practical Joke. Moreana 24 (1969): 45–50. [Geritz F329. Thompson tentatively identifies two Erasmian colloquies, the Coniugium and the Exorcismus sive spectrum as anecdotes about More.]
  13. Gabrieli, Vittorio. The Merry Tales of Sir Thomas More. La Cultura 12:1 (1974): 23–46. Expanded version as Introduzione: Le Facezie di Thomas More. Thomas More: Fancies Sports and Merry Tales. Ed. Vittorio Gabrieli. Biblioteca Italiana di testi inglesi 22. Bari: Adriatica Editrice, 1974. 7–46. [Geritz G030; Wentworth 252.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 43/44 (1974): 105–09.
  14. Ziemer, Penny Benson. Humor and Faith in the Works of St. Thomas More. Diss. Emory U, 1984. [Sum.: Moreana 91/92 (1986): 31–32; Geritz G084. Directed by Frank Manley.]
  15. Branham, R. Bracht. Utopian Laughter: Lucian and Thomas More. [1985] See Utopia and Lucian
  16. Bedouelle, Guy. Humour, Amour, et Sainteté. Moreana 108 (1991): 105–107.
  17. Margolin, Jean-Claude. Satire et humour dans les oeuvres de jeunesse se Thomas More. [1994] See Early Works: General Studies.
  18. Prescott, Anne Lake. The Ambivalent Heart: Thomas More's Merry Tales. Criticism [Detroit] 45 (2003): 417–33. [Deals mainly with the Polemical Works.]
  19. De Marchi, Carlo. Affabilità e buonumore in Thomas More. [Friendliness and Humor in Thomas More.] L'affabilitas nei rapporti sociali. Studio comparativo sulla socievolezza e il buonumore in Tommaso d'Aquino, Thomas More e Francesco di Sales. Dissertationes, series theologica xxx. Roma: EDUSC (Edizioni Santa Croce?), 2010. 195–261. Online at https://www.academia.edu/24902935.
  20. Walker, Greg. Folly. Cultural Reformations: Medieval and Renaissance in Literary History. Ed. Brian Cummings and James Simpson. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2010. 321–341. [Deals with More (321–327), John Heywood and Menippean Satire.]
  21. De Marchi, Carlo. Thomas Aquinas, Thomas More and the Vindication of Humor as Virtue: Eutrapelia and Iucunditas. Moreana 52:199–200 (June 2015): 95–107. Online at https://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana199-200pages95-107.pdf. and https://www.academia.edu/19883218/. [Sum.: pp.95–96.]
  22. Karlin, Louis W., and David R. Oakley. The Role of Humor in Reforming the Imagination in Thomas More’s The Sadness of Christ and A Dialogue of Comfort. [2015] See A Dialogue of Comfort.
  23. Doyle, Charles Clay. Snakes and Eels: The Slender Odds of Wiving Well. Moreana 53:203–204 (2016): 205–224. [Sum.: pp.225–26. On the afterlives of a saying of More's in The Dialogue Concerning Heresies (CW 6:158).]
  24. Simon, Elliott M. Thomas More's Humor in his Religious Polemics. [2016] See Polemical Works: General Studies.

Thomas More and the Classics

  1. Schoeck, Richard J. More's Attic Nights: Sir Thomas More's Use of Aulus Gellius' Noctes Atticae, and Aulus Gellius: A Post-Praefatio. Renaissance News 13 (1960): 127–29 + 232–33. [Geritz L025.]
  2. Marc'hadour, Germain. Virgile dans l'Angleterre de Thomas More. Présence de Virgile. Ed.R, Chevallier. Paris: Belles Lettres, 1978. 305–312. [Geritz L016.]
  3. Condren, Conal, and A. C. Condren. More and Sokrates: The Limits of Comparison and Symbolic Potency. Thomas More: Essays on the Icon. Ed. Damian Grace and Brian F. Byron. Melbourne: Dove Publications, 1980. 109–29. [Geritz L005; Wentworth 65. More and Socrates as public symbols.]
  4. Baumann, Uwe. Die Antike in den Epigrammen und Briefen Sir Thomas Mores. [1984] See Latin Epigrams.
  5. Baumann, Uwe. Thomas More and the Classical Tyrant. Moreana 86 (1985): 108–27. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. II: 281–300. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana86pages108-127.pdf [Geritz L002; Wentworth 280. On the image of the Tyrant in the Declamatio Lucianicae Respondens, Epigrammata, Utopia and Richard III. See also Dermott Fenlon, Thomas More and Tyranny, in More's Political Career and Thought.]
  6. Chomarat, Jacques. More, Érasme et les historiens latins. Moreana 86 (1985): 71–107. [Geritz L004.]
  7. Keen, Ralph. Thomas More and Geometry. Moreana 86 (1985): 151–65. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana86pages151-166.pdf [Geritz S052; Wentworth 665. On More's copy of Euclid, his knowledge of Geometry, the forms of argumentation in his polemical works (Keen uses the Supplication as an example), and on the modern revolution in Mathematics. Catholic=Euclidean; Protestant=Non-Euclidean Geometries.]
  8. O'Donnell, Anne M. Cicero, Gregory the Great, and Thomas More: Three Dialogues of Comfort. [1989] See Dialogue of Comfort.
  9. Quarta, Cosimo. More and Socrates. [2003] See Imprisonment and Trial.

More and Humanism

  1. Phillimore, J. S. Blessed Thomas More and the Arrest of Humanism. Dublin Review 153 (1913): 1–26. [Wentworth 268. On More's humanism and his English Works.]
  2. Janelle, Pierre. Humanisme et unité chrétienne: John Fisher et Thomas More. [1935] See More and Fisher.
  3. Bush, Douglas. Tudor Humanism and Henry VIII. University of Toronto Quarterly 7 (1938): 162–77. [Geritz F028; Wentworth 29; Sullivan 1:147. Criticizes R. W. Chambers, and J. S. Phillimore on The Arrest of Humanism.]
  4. Castelli, Alberto. Note sull'umanesimo in Ingilterra. Universitaà cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Pubblicazioni. Milan: Vita e Pensiero, 1949. 87pp. [Geritz G015; Sullivan 1:174–75.]
  5. Surtz, Edward. Oxford Reformers and Scholasticism. Studies in Philology 47 (1951): 547–56. [Geritz J025.]
  6. Gilmore, Myron P. The Program of Christian Humanism: Sir Thomas More and his Friends. The World of Humanism, 1453–1517. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1952. 211–15. [Sullivan 2:33–34. On More and Colet.]
  7. Ferguson, Arthur B. The Articulate Citizen and the English Renaissance. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1965. 177–80, 182–84, 191–92, 207–20, 228–31, 280–83, 307–308, 318–21, 330–31, 335–36, 340–42, 364–66, 394–95, passim. [Geritz G024; Wentworth 595.]
  8. McConica, James Kelsey. English Humanists and Reformation Politics under Henry VIII and Edward VI. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1965. [Geritz G064. See also The Recusant Reputation of Thomas More.]
    Review(s):
    1. R. J. Schoeck, Moreana 8 (1965): 103–108.
  9. Caspari, Fritz. Sir Thomas More. Humanism and the Social Order in Tudor England. Classics in Education 34. Chicago: U of Chicago P. 1954. Rpt. New York: Teachers College P, 1968. 90–144. [Geritz G014; Wentworth 584; Sullivan 1:173.]
  10. Rossi, Sergio. Profile dell'umanesimo enriciano: Erasmo e Thomas More. Ricerche dell'umanesimo e sul Rinascimento in Inghilterra. Milan: Vita e Pensiero, 1969. 26–63. [According to Carlo Ginzburg: has many insights on festivitas.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 30 (1971): 81–83.
  11. Fox, Alistair. Thomas More's Controversial Writings and His View of the Renaissance. [1975] See Polemical Works: General Studies.
  12. Thompson, Craig R. The Humanism of More Reappraised. Thought 52 (1977): 231–48. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. II: 21–38. [Geritz G082 and J030; Wentworth 289.]
  13. Trevor-Roper, Hugh. The Intellectual World of Sir Thomas More. American Scholar 48:1 (Winter 1978/79): 19–32. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. II: 68–81. [Geritz J032; Wentworth 64.]
  14. Greenblatt, Stephen. At the Table of the Great: More's Self-Fashioning and Self-Cancellation. Renaissance Self-Fashioning: From More to Shakespeare. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1980. 11–73, 259–68. [Geritz G037; Wentworth 203.]
    Review(s):
    1. Richard A. Strier, Boundary 2 10:3 (1982): 385–87.
  15. Kristeller, Paul Oskar. Thomas More as a Renaissance Humanist. Moreana 65/66 (1980): 5–22. Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana65-66pages5-22.pdf Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. 82–99. [Geritz J015; Wentworth 283.]
  16. Schoeck, Richard J. Renaissance Guides to Renaissance Learning. Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Turonensis: Proceedings of the Third International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies, Tours 6–10 September 1976. Ed. Jean-Claude Margolin. De Pétrarque à Descartes, 38. 2 vols. Paris: J. Vrin, 1980. 239–62. [Geritz R363.]
  17. Kristeller, Paul Oskar. Thomas Morus als Humanist. Thomas Morus als Humanist. Zwei Essays. Ed. Dieter Wuttke. Gratia, Bamberger Schriften zur Renaissanceforshung 11. Bamberg: H. Kaiser-Verlag, 1982. 9–37. [Sum.: Leonard Forster, Moreana 75/76 (1982): 114; Geritz R224.]
  18. Maier, Hans. Der Humanist und der Ernstfall: Thomas Morus 1478–1978. Thomas Morus als Humanist. Zwei Essays. Ed. Dieter Wuttke. Gratia, Bamberger Schriften zur Renaissanceforshung 11. Bamberg: H. Kaiser-Verlag, 1982. 39–58. [Sum.: Leonard Forster, Moreana 75/76 (1982): 114; Geritz F150.]
  19. Trinkaus, Charles. Thomas More and Humanist Tradition: Martyrdom and Ambiguity. The Scope of Renaissance Humanism. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1983. 422–36. Rpt. in Comparative Civilizations Review 10–11 (1983–84): 89–104. [Geritz G083; Wentworth 232.]
  20. Tinkler, John F. Humanism and Discourse: Studies the Rhetorical Culture of Renaissance Humanism: Petrarch to Bacon. Diss. Queen's U (Kingston, Ont.), 1983. [Geritz J031.]
  21. Dowling, Maria. Humanism in the Age of Henry VIII. London: Croom Helm, 1986. [Geritz G020. Many references to More.]
    Review(s):
    1. Dominic Baker-Smith, Renaissance Studies 1:2 (1987): 296–98.
  22. Fox, Alistair. Chaucer, More, and English Humanism. [1988] See More and Chaucer.
  23. Schoeck, Richard J. Humanism in England. Humanism Beyond Italy. Vol. 2 of Renaissance Humanism: Foundations, Forms, and Legacy. Ed. A. Rabil, Jr. 3 vols. Philadelphia, PA: U of Pennsylvania P, 1988. 2: 5–38. [Mainly on Colet (7–10), Erasmus (10–12) and More (12–25).]
  24. Elton, G. R. Humanism in England. in The Impact of Humanism on Western Thought. Ed. by Anthony Goodman and Angus MacKay. London: Longman, 1990. 259–78. [Makes generally disparaging remarks on Utopia (262–67) and More's career (269–70, 273–75). See also Richard Tuck's comments (61–63).]
  25. Trapp, J. B. Erasmus and Thomas More. Erasmus, Colet and More: The Early Tudor Humanists and their Books. The Panizzi Lectures 1990. London: The British Library, 1991. 39–78.
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 111/112 (1992): 182–183.
  26. Murphy, Anne. Thomas More as Humanist Writer. Heythrop Journal 33 (1992): 437–40. [Summ.: Moreana 121 (1995): 28. A review article.]
  27. Curtis, Cathy. The Laughing Philosopher from Thomas More to Richard Burton. The Philosopher in Early Modern Europe: The nature of a contested identity. Ed, Conal Condren, Ian Hunter, and Stephen Gaukroger. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2006. 90–112. [Curtis: On the group construction of fluid, multiple and often classical Greek personae . . . for the purpose of exercising liberty of speech (Companion to Luis Vives, p.126n31).]
  28. Summit, Jennifer. The Lost Libraries of English Humanism: More, Starkey, Elyot. Memory's Library: Medieval Books in Early Modern England. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2008. 53–100, 263–79. Summit also briefly discusses the material in the section on More in Active and Contemplative Lives. Cultural Reformations: Medieval and Renaissance in Literary History. Ed. Brian Cummings and James Simpson. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2010. 534–36. [Pp. 53–78 deal with More, focussing on the Carthusians, the Life of Pico and Utopia.]
  29. McConica, James. Thomas More as Humanist. The Cambridge Companion to Thomas More. Ed. George Logan. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2011. 22–45. (DOI)
  30. Phélippeau;, Marie-Claire. Thomas More et l'ouverture humaniste. Moreana 51:195–196 (June 2014): 187–209. [Sum.: pp.187–88.]

Latin Language. Rhetoric and Grammar

  1. Nelson, William. Thomas More, Grammarian and Orator. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 58 (1943): 334–52. Rpt. with corrections in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 150–60, 604–07. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. I: 18–33. [Geritz F218; Wentworth 224. On John Holt and the Latin epigrams to Lac Puerorum, and on More's later career as a Public Orator.]
  2. Ong, Walter J. Latin Language Study as a Renaissance Puberty Rite. Studies in Philology 56 (1959): 103–24. [Geritz K11.]
  3. Wegemer, Gerard B. The Civic Humanism of Thomas More: Why Law has Prominence over Rhetoric. [2000] See Thomas More and the Law.
  4. Bender, David. Sir Thomas More. British Rhetoricians and Logicians, 1500–1600. Ed. Edward A. Malone. Dictionary of Literary Biography, Second Series, Volume 281. Detroit: Gale, 2003. 201–14. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 155 (2003): 84.]
  5. Gilman, David. Dramatic Debate: Vividness and Verve in Thomas More's A Dialogue Concerning Heresies. [2003] See Dialogue of Heresies.
  6. Hosington, Brenda M. Thomas More's Views on Language and Translation and their Place in the Classical and Humanist Tradition. Moreana 153/54 (2003): 69–98. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana153-154pages69-98.pdf [Sum.: pp.69–70.]
  7. Schmidt, Gabriela. Thomas More und die Sprachenfrage, Humanistische sprachtheorie und die translatio studii im England der frühen Tudorzeit. [Thomas More and the Question of Language: Humanist language theory and the translatio studii in Early Tudor Age England.] Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2009.
    Review(s):
    1. Hedwig Grosdek, Moreana 183/84 (2011): 259–68.
  8. McCutcheon, Elizabeth. More's Rhetoric. The Cambridge Companion to Thomas More. Ed. George Logan. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2011. 46–68. (DOI)
  9. Fulton, Thomas. The Politics of Renaissance Historicism: Valla, Erasmus, Colet, and More. Rethinking Historicism from Shakespeare to Milton. Edited by Ann Baynes Coiro, and Thomas Fulton. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. 87–112. (DOI)

Feminism and Education

  1. Watson, Foster., ed. Chapter V: The School of Sir Thomas More. Vives and the Renascence Education of Women. London: Edward Arnold; New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1912. vii, xiv–xv, 16–18, 175–93. Rpt. Totowa, NJ: Rowman & Littlefield, 1971. [Sullivan 4:272. Based on Cresacre More's Life of More. Also includes Richard Hyrde's Preface to Margaret Roper's translation of Erasmus' Precatio dominica (157–173).]
  2. Cannon, Mary Agnes. England. The Education of Women During the Renaissance. [Ph.D. Diss, Catholic Sisters College of the Catholic University of America, 1916] Washington, DC: National Capital P, 1916. 98–123, esp. 98–107. Online at https://archive.org/details/EducationOfWomenDuringTheRenaissance. [Sullivan 1:167–168.]
  3. Graham, Hugh. Saint Thomas More and Christian Education. Thought 11 (1936): 19–33. [Geritz F093; Wentworth 202; Sullivan 2:45.]
  4. Paul, Frances. The Daughters of Sir Thomas More. Fortnightly Review [London] 161 (1948): 289–95. [Geritz F238.]
  5. Margolin, Jean Claude. Thomas More et l'education des filles. [1956] See Correspondence: Individual Letters.
  6. Garanderie, M. M. de la. Le feminisme de Thomas More et d'Erasme. Moreana 10 (1966): 23–29. [Geritz F084. On Erasmus's letter to Budé about More.]
  7. Murray, Francis G. Feminine Spirituality in the More Household. Moreana 27/28 (1970): 92–102. [Geritz F215; Wentworth 223.]
  8. Bayne, Diane Valeri. The Instruction of a Christian Woman: Richard Hyrde and the Thomas More Circle. [1975] See Margaret Roper.
  9. Khanna, Lee Cullen. No Less real than Ideal: Images of Women in More's Work. [1977] See Richard III.
  10. Jones, Judith P., and Sheriane. Sellers Seibel. Thomas More's Feminism: To Reform or Re-Form. Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More. Ed. Michael J. Moore. Boone, NC: Albion, 1978. 67–77. [Geritz G049; Wentworth 258. See L. C. Khanna for a more nuanced approach to More's feminism.]
  11. Khanna, Lee Cullen. Images of Women in Thomas More's Poetry. [1978] See Latin Epigrams.
  12. Marmion, John P. Learning Joined with Virtue: St. Thomas More's View on Education. Ampleforth Journal 83 (1978): 37–47. [Geritz F182; Wentworth 220.]
  13. Weinberg, Carole. Thomas More and the Use of English in Early Tudor Education. Moreana 59/60 (1978): 21–30. [Geritz J033; Wentworth 234.]
  14. Sowards, J. K. Erasmus and the Education of Women. Sixteenth Century Journal 13:4 (1982): 77–89.
  15. Wooden, Warren W. The Topos of Childhood in Marian England. Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 12 (1982): 179–94. [Sum.: G. M. Moreana 78 (1983): 30; Geritz J034.]
  16. Ebert, Kenneth Bryan. The Humanist Education of Women in Tudor England: Historical Influences and Perspectives. Diss. Michigan State U, 1983. [Geritz J009.]
  17. Warnicke, Retha. Women and Humanism in Early Tudor England. Women of the English Renaissance and Reformation. Contributions in Women's Studies 38. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1983: 16–30. [Geritz I121; Wentworth 233. Rev.: Clare M. Murphy, Moreana 82 (1984): 109–113.]
  18. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More and His Foursome of Blessed Holy Women. Thomas Morus Gesellschaft Jahrbuch 1983/84. 113–30. [Sum.: Katharina M. Wilson, Moreana 87/88 (1985): 38.]
  19. Woods Callahan, Virginia. Erasmus' Views of More's Paideia. Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 4 (1984): 94–104.
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour Moreana 90 (1986): 62–63.
  20. McCutcheon, Elizabeth. The Education of Thomas More's Daughters: Concepts and Praxis. East Meets West: Homage to Edgar C. Knowlton, Jr. Eds. R. L. Hadlich and J. D. Ellsworth. Honolulu, HI: Published by the Department of European Languages and Literature, University of Hawaii, 1988. 193–207. Excerpt. rpt. in Edited by Thomas J. Schoenberg, and Lawrence J. Trudeau. Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, Volume 147. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, 2008. 270–78. Rpt. Moreana 52:201–202 (2015): 249–268. [Geritz F192; Wentworth 215.]
    Review(s):
    1. James A. McGoldrick, Moreana 103 (1990): 89–92.
  21. Warnicke, Retha. Women and Humanism in England. Humanism Beyond Italy. Vol. 2 of Renaissance Humanism: Foundations, Forms, and Legacy. Ed. A. Rabil, Jr. 3 vols. Philadelphia, PA: U of Pennsylvania P, 1988. 2: 39–54. [Corrects earlier exaggerated claims by others on the numbers of humanistically educated women in England. She also deals with the School of More (39–41, 47–48), and on More's influence on the education of women in England.]
  22. Sowards, J. K. On Education: More's Debt to Erasmus. Miscellanea Moreana: Essays for Germain Marc'hadour. Moreana 100: Volume XXVI Mélanges Marc'hadour. Ed. Clare M. Murphy, Henri Gibaud and Mario A. DiCesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 61. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1989. 103–23. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana100pages103-123.pdf [Sum.: Moreana 98/99 (1988): 155–56, 249–50; Geritz J023; Wentworth 230.]
  23. Benson, Pamela J. The New Ideal in England: Thomas More, Juan Luis Vives and Richard Hyrde. The Invention of the Renaissance Woman: The Challenge of Female Independence in the Literature and Thought of Italy and England. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State UP, 1992. 157–81. [Sum.: C. Adamowicz, Moreana 115/116 (1993): 142–43.]
  24. Dust, Philip. Thomas More's Attitudes toward Women in The Epigrams. [2000] See Latin Epigrams.
  25. Cousins, A. D. Humanism, Female Education, and Myth: Erasmus, Vives, and More's To Candidus. [2004] See Latin Epigrams.

See also Margaret Roper

Public Life and Career

The Young More (1477/78–1501?)

  1. Wright, William Aldis, et al. More Family, and Date of Sir Thomas More's Birth. Notes and Queries 4th ser. Vol. 2:42,44,45 [17 and 31 Oct., 7 Nov.] (1868): 365–66, 422–23, 449. Available online at http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/cgi-bin/ilej/pbrowse.pl?item=title&id=ILEJ.1.&title=Notes+and+Queries [Transcription of John More's notes on the birth of his Children, including Thomas.]
  2. Nichols, F. M. [Date of Sir Thomas More's Birth.] Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London 2nd ser. XVI (18 March 1897): 321–27. Available online at https://archive.org/details/proceedings216sociuoft
  3. Chambers, R.W. [Date of Sir Thomas More's Birth.] Harpsfield, n. to 9/6, pp.298–303. See also R. W. Chambers, The Place of St. Thomas More in English Literature and History London: Longmans Green & Co., 1937. pp.123–124, Facsimiles between pp.118–119.
  4. Reed, Arthur William. Young More. Under God and the Law: Papers Read to The Thomas More Society of London. Ed. Richard O'Sullivan. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1949. 1–27. [Geritz F257; Wentworth 59.]
  5. O'Leary, John, R. J. Schoeck, Leslie Paul, and R. S. Stanier. Sir Thomas More's School Days. TLS 4 Dec. 1953: 781 + 18 Dec. 1953: 817 + 25 Dec. 1953: 833 + 1 Jan. 1954: 9. [Geritz F225, F226 and F293; Sullivan 3:68.]
  6. Marc'hadour, Germain. La Naissance de Thomas More. L'Univers de Thomas More: Chronologie critique de More, Érasme et leur époque, 1477–1536. De Pétrarque à Descartes 5. Paris: J. Vrin, 1963. 34–41. [Marc'hadour covers similar ground below in Thomas More's Birth: 1477 or 1478? [1977].]
  7. Baker, Howard. Thomas More at Oxford. Moreana 43/44 (1974): 6–11, 5. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana43-44pages6-12.pdf [Geritz F007; Sullivan S2:9–10.]
  8. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More's Birth: 1477 or 1478? Moreana 53 (1977): 5–10. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana53pages5-10.pdf [Geritz F171; Wentworth 240.]
  9. Billingsley, Dale B. An Iconographical Note on the Seal of St. Anthony's Hospital. Moreana 58 (1978): 39. [Geritz V002. Reply to E.E. Reynolds below.]
  10. Reynolds, E. E. St. Anthony's. Moreana 57 (1978): 5–8.
  11. Mitjans, Frank. The Date of Birth of Thomas More. Moreana 47:181/192 (Dec. 2010): 109–28. Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana181-182pages109-128.pdf
  12. Mitjans, Frank. Reviewing and Correcting the Article on the Date of Birth of Thomas More. Moreana 49:189/190 (Dec. 2012): 251–62. Available online at http://thomasmoreinstitute.org.uk/papers/the-date-of-birth-of-thomas-more/ and http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana189-190pages251-262.pdf

More's Political Career and Thought

  1. Neale, J. E. The Common's Privilege of Free Speech in Parliament. Tudor Studies Presented . . . to Albert Frederick Pollard. Ed. R. W. Seton-Watson. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1924. Rpt. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries P, 1969. 257–286. [Discusses More's speech as Speaker of the House in 1523 (as reported by Roper) on pp.267–69, 271, 274.]
  2. McNabb, Vincent. The Social Teaching of Blessed Thomas More. Ecclesiastical Review 84 (1931): 22–36. [Wentworth 614; Sullivan 2:312–313.] Focuses mainly on Book One of Utopia.]
  3. Smelser, Marshall. The Political Philosophy of Sir Thomas More As Expressed in His Theological Controversies. [1943] See Polemical Works: General Studies.
  4. Surtz, Edward. Thomas More and Communism. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 64 (1949): 549–64. Rpt. in The Praise of Pleasure: Philosophy, Education and Communism in More's Utopia. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1957. 135–150, 223–25. [Geritz J026; Wentworth 272. On communism in More's works including Utopia.]
  5. Dechert, Charles. Thomas More and Society: A Study in Renaissance Thought. Catholic University of America. Philosophical studies, v. 137. Washington, DC: Catholic U of America P, 1952. [Dissertation on Thomas More and Thomas Aquinas.]
  6. Mackie, J. D. The Earlier Tudors, 1485–1558. Vol. 7 of The Oxford History of England. Ed. Sir George Clark. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1952. 246–48, 258–66, 361–63, passim. Rpt. in part as The Planner and the Planned-For. Twentieth Century Interpretations of Utopia. Ed. William Nelson. Englewood Cliff, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1968. 109–112. [Geritz R243; Wentworth 613; Sullivan 2:260–61.]
  7. Marius, Richard C. What Kind of Man was Thomas More? Moreana 4 (1964): 115–117. [Geritz F181. On More's treatment of Wolsey's Fall.]
  8. Birchenough, Edwyn, Josephine Birchenough, and Germain Marc'hadour. More's Appointment as Chancellor and His Resignation. Moreana 12 (1966): 71–80. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana12pages71-80.pdf [Geritz F018 and F175; Wentworth 157; Sullivan S16. Includes account of More's resignation (and Audley's inauguration) transcribed from the Chancery Close Roll together with an English translation (79–80).]
  9. Doktor, Elizabeth. Thomas More's Views of Kingship. M.A. Diss, U of Saskatchewan, 1966. Online at http://ecommons.usask.ca/handle/10388/etd-07162010-124900
  10. Schulte Herbruüggen, Hubertus. More's Dates. TLS 20 Jan. 1966: 48. [Geritz F304; Wentworth 164. On the date More received the Office of Chancellorship.]
  11. Elton, Geoffrey R. Sir Thomas More and the Opposition to Henry VIII. Moreana 15/16 (1967): 285–303. Rev. vers. in Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research 41 (1968): 19–34; Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 79–91, 596–99. Rpt. in Tudor and Stuart Studies. Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government. 4 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1974–1992. 1: 155–72. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana15-16pages285-304.pdf [Geritz F070; Wentworth 152.]
  12. Elton, Geoffrey R. Thomas More: Councillor. St. Thomas More: Action and Contemplation. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester. New Haven: Yale UP (for St. John's University), 1972. 86–122. Rpt. in Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government. 4 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1974–1992. 1: 129–54. [Geritz F071; Wentworth 153.]
  13. Hastings, Margaret. Thomas More and John Fortescue. Moreana 36 (1972): 61–63. [Geritz R184. Compares Fortescue's Governance of England with More's Utopia.]
  14. Fideler, P. A. Christian Humanism and Poor Law Reform in Early Tudor England. Societas 4 (1974): 269–85. [On Erasmus, More's Utopia, Vives' De subventione pauperum, and the English Poor Law of 1536.]
  15. Elton, Geoffrey R. Reform and Renewal: England, 1509–1558. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1977. 42–47, 51–52, 75–77, 89–90, 116–17, 126–30, 185–86, 193–95, passim. [Geritz R127; Wentworth 592.]
  16. Guy, John A. Thomas More as Successor to Wolsey. Thought 52 (1977): 275–92. [Geritz F099; Wentworth 155.]
  17. Headley, John M. The New Debate on More's Political Career. Thought 52 (1977): 269–74. [Geritz F108.]
  18. Kelley, Donald R. The Conscience of the King's Good Servant. [1977] See Conscience.
  19. Mermel, Jerry. Preparations for a Politic Life: Sir Thomas More's Entry into the King's Service. Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 7 (1977): 53–66. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. I: 430–444. [Geritz F197.]
  20. Scarisbrick, John J. Thomas More: The King's Good Servant. Thought 52 (1977): 249–68. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. II: 1–20. [Geritz F282; Wentworth 163.]
  21. Woods, Robert Lawrence Jr. Politics and Precedent: Wolsey's Parliament of 1523. Huntington Library Quarterly 40:4 (1977): 297–312. [Cardinal Wolsey manipulated the 1523 Parliament through Tunstall and More to achieve his goal of avoiding war with France, using "free speech" to serve his purpose.]
  22. Fenlon, Dermott. Tommaso Moro e la tirannide. La Cultura 4 (1980): 313–344. Revs. vers. in English as Thomas More and Tyranny. Journal of Ecclesiastical History 32 (1981): 453–76. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. II: 143–166. [Geritz G023; Wentworth 250; G.M. Moreana 77 (1983): 47–48. See also Uwe Baumann, Thomas More and the Classical Tyrant in Thomas More and the Classics.]
  23. Guy, John A. The Public Career of Sir Thomas More. Brighton: The Harvester P; New Haven: Yale UP, 1980. [Geritz F097; Wentworth 154.]
    Review(s):
    1. Ward Allen, Sewanee Review 91 (1983): 143–48.
    2. Dominic Baker-Smith, History Today 31 (May 1981): 57.
    3. J. R. Lander, Renaissance Quarterly 35 (1982): 279–82.
    4. Elizabeth McCutcheon, Moreana 73 (1982): 43–45.
    5. Elizabeth McCutcheon, Biography 8.1 (1985): 83–92.
    6. J. B. Trapp, TLS 21 Aug. 1981: 954; rpt. in J. B. Trapp, Studies of Petrarch and his Influence (London: Pindar P, 2003), 495–500.
  24. Grace, Damian. The Political Theory of St. Thomas More, 1509–1520. Diss. U of New South Wales, 1981. [Geritz J011.]
  25. McConica, James K. The Patrimony of Thomas More. History and Imagination: Essays in Honour of H. R. Trevor-Roper. Ed. H. Lloyd-Jones, V. Pearl and B. Worden. London: Duckworth, 1981. 56–71. [Geritz F190; Wentworth 50. On More's ancestry, associations with the London Charterhouse, and his public career.]
  26. Tsukada, Tomiharu. Thomas More as a Political Thinker and Actor for Reform. Hitotsubashi Journal of Arts and Sciences 22 (1981): 17–30. [Geritz F331; Wentworth 290.]
  27. Baker-Smith, Dominic. Thomas More and the Court of Henry VIII. Chaucer and the Alliterative Tradition. Vol. 1/1 of The New Pelican Guide to English Literature. Ed. Boris Ford. 7 vols. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1982. 1/1: 371–83.
  28. Marc'hadour, Germain. Fuitne Thomas Morus in Aulam Pertractus? [Was Thomas More dragged into the Court?] Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Sanctandreani. Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies: St. Andrews, 24 August to 1 September 1982. Ed. I. D. McFarlane. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 38. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1986. 441–48. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/sanctaactaconvent00inteuoft [Geritz F155; Wentworth 156. English article.]
  29. Suzuki, Yoshinori. The Social Ideas of the Younger More. Moreana 83/84 (1984): 61–71. [Geritz J027; Wentworth 287.]
  30. Baumann, Uwe. Thomas More and the Classical Tyrant. [1985] See Thomas More and the Classics.
  31. Guy, John. The King's Council and Political Participation. Reassessing the Henrician Age: Humanism, Politics, and Reform 1500–1550. By Alistair Fox and John Guy. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1986. 121–47. [Geritz R177; Wentworth 443. Compares the treatment of the King's Council in the works of John Fortescue, Christopher St, German, Thomas Elyot, Thomas Starkey and More's Utopia.]
  32. Sawada, Paul Akio. Was More a Utopian or a Realpolitiker? (Thomas More Commemoration Lecture, Chelsea Old Church, London 20 July, 1986). Moreana 91/92 (1986): 21–29. [Geritz J020; Wentworth 226.]
  33. Schulte Herbrüggen, Hubertus. Thomas Morus—Symbolfigur politischer Moral? Thomas Morus—Symbolfigur politischer Moral? Bensberger Protokolle 46. Bensberg: Thomas-Morus-Akademie Bensberg, 1986. 37–56. [Sum.: Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 110 (1992): 73–74.]
  34. Suzuki, Yoshinori. Thomas More's View of Politics as a Profession. Moreana 93 (1987): 29–40. [Sum.: p. 109; Geritz J028; Wentworth 165. See also above Suzuki's Thomas More on Politics as a Profession.]
  35. Suzuki, Yoshinori. Thomas More on Politics as a Profession. Moreana 97 (1988): 125–32. [Sum.: p. 175; Geritz F324.]
  36. Suzuki, Yoshinori. Thomas More on the Statesman and His Own Choice. Keizai Gaiku [Annual Report of the Economic Society, Tokohu University] 50:3 (1989): 93–103. [Sum.: Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 114 (1993): 97. Combines Moreana 93/29–40 and 97/125–32.]
  37. Marius, Richard. Community, Consent, and Coercion. Reformation, Humanism, and Revolution. Vol. 1 of Proceedings of the Folger Institute Center for the History of British Political Thought. Ed. Gordon J. Schochet. 6 vols. Washington, DC: Folger Institute, Folger Shakespeare Library: 1990. I: 17–38. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 123/24 (1995): 147–48. Includes discussion of Utopia.]
  38. Wegemer, Gerard B. The Political Philosophy of Sir Thomas More. Saints, Sovereigns and Scholars: Studies in Honor of Frederik D. Wilhelmsen. Ed. R. A. Herrera, et al. New York: Peter Lang, 1993. 137–45. [Sum.: Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 118/119 (1994): 274.]
  39. Wegemer, Gerard B. Thomas More on Statesmanship. Washington, DC: Catholic U of America P, 1996. [Three chapters on Utopia also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. See Archibald Young 1998 Revising the Revisionists below.
    2. Romuald I. Lakowski, Renaissance Forum 3.2 (1998): 1–15.
  40. Gordon, Walter M. Maiestas in Thomas More's Political Thought. Moreana 129 (1997): 5–20. Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana129pages5-20.pdf [Sum.: p.5; Geritz G034. Includes discussion of Utopia.]
  41. Young, Archibald. Revising the Revisionists: Modern Criticism of Thomas More. Moreana 133 (1998): 65–81. [Sum.: pp.65–6. A review article of Wegemer's Thomas More on Statesmanship.]
  42. Wegemer, Gerard B. Why Would a Christian Participate in Civic Life?: The Case of Thomas More. Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture 2.4 (1999): 68–81. (DOI)
  43. Headley, John M. The Problem of Counsel Revisited: More, Castiglione and the Resignation of Office in the Sixteenth Century. Moreana 153/54 (2003): 99–119. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana153-154pages99-119.pdf [Sum.: pp.99–100.]
  44. Rockett, William. Wolsey, More, and the Unity of Christendom. Sixteenth Century Journal 35:1 (2004): 133–53. [Sum.: p.133.]
  45. Bernard, G. W. Thomas More. The King's Reformation: Henry VIII and the Remaking of the English Church. New Haven: Yale UP, 2005. 125–151.
  46. Kaufman, Peter Iver. Incorrectly Political: Augustine and Thomas More. Notre Dame, IN: U of Notre Dame P, 2007. 133–225. [Parallel treatments of Augustine and More, emphasizing the pessimism of their political thought. Kaufman explicitly compares the two thinkers in his conclusion (227–32). An Important study.]
    Review(s):
    1. Elizabeth McCutcheon, Moreana 174 (2008): 269–74.
  47. Stoner, James R., Jr. Magnanimity and Martyrdom: The Life and Death of Thomas More. Magnanimity and Statemanship. Edited by Carson Holloway. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2008. 133–43.
  48. Curtis, Cathy. More's Public Life. The Cambridge Companion to Thomas More. Ed. George Logan. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2011. 69–92. (DOI)
  49. Curtright, Travis. Sir Thomas More and his Opposition to Henry VIII in 1533. Thomas More: Why Patron of Statesmen? Edited by Travis Curtright. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015. 111–131. [Sum.: p.3. Deals with the Confutation and the Apology.]
  50. Schall, James V. S.J. The Place of Sir Thomas More in Political Philosophy: A Reflection on A Man for All Seasons. [2015] A Man for All Seasons.
  51. Smith, Stephen W. Thomas More: Patron of Leading Citizens. Thomas More: Why Patron of Statesmen? Edited by Travis Curtright. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015. 133–153. [Sum.: p.3.]
  52. Wegemer, Gerard. Thomas More on Liberty, Law, and Good Rule. Thomas More: Why Patron of Statesmen? Edited by Travis Curtright. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015. 5–16. [Sum.: p.2.]

More: Pacifism

  1. Adams, Robert P. Pacifism in the English Renaissance, 1497–1530: John Colet, Erasmus, Thomas More, and J. L. Vives. Diss. U of Chicago, 1937. [Geritz J001.]
  2. Adams, Robert P. Bold Bawdry and Open Manslaughter: The English New Humanist Attack on Medieval Romance. Huntington Library Quarterly 23 (1959): 33–48. [Geritz G002; Wentworth 279; Sullivan S2:2.]
  3. Adams, Robert P. The Better Part of Valor: More, Erasmus, Colet and Vives on Humanism, War, and Peace, 1496–1535. Seattle: U of Washington P, 1962. [Wentworth 278.]
    Review(s):
    1. Edward Surtz, Renaissance News 16 (1963): 17–21.
  4. Dust, Philip. Three Renaissance Pacifists: Essays in the Theories of Erasmus, More and Vives. American University Studies 23, Series IX History. New York: Peter Lang, 1987. [Geritz G022; Wentworth 547.]
    Review(s):
    1. John Mulryan, Cithara 27:1 (1987): 68.
    2. Clare M. Murphy, Moreana 110 (1992): 93–95.
    3. Timothy J. Wengert, Journal of Religion 71 (1991): 309.
  5. Quarta, Cosimo. Thomas More: Testimone della Pace e della Coscienza. [1993] See More: Conscience

See also War and Peace in Utopia

Thomas More and the Law (excluding More's Trial)

  1. Brabrook, E. W. On An Unrecorded Event In The Life Of Sir Thomas More. Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom 2nd ser. 12 (1882): 160–72. [Sullivan 1:116–17. On More's associations with Doctors' Commons and his diplomatic missions.]
  2. Beck, Egerton. St. Thomas More and the Law. Dublin Review 197 (1935): 53–72. [Geritz F010; Sullivan 1:64. On More's public career and his trial.]
  3. Brown, Brendan F. St. Thomas More, Lawyer. Fordham Law Review 4 (1935): 375–90. Online at http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol4/iss3/1/. Rpt. as Saint Thomas More, Lawyer. Fordham Law Review, 1935. 16 pages. [Geritz F027; Wentworth 138; Sullivan I:134.]
  4. O'Sullivan, Richard. Social Life and Theories of St. Thomas More. Dublin Review 199 (1936): 46–62. Rpt. in More's Utopia And its Critics. Ed. Ligeia Gallagher. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1964. 123–34. [Geritz R311; Wentworth 622. More's family life and legal career, especially in relation to Utopia.]
  5. Holdsworth, William. St. Germain, More, Ellesmere, and Bacon. Some Makers of the English Law. The Tagore Lectures 1937–38. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 91–110. [Geritz F120; Wentworth 142; Sullivan 2:117.]
  6. Thomas, Ivo. The Limits of Law and Legislation. The King's Good Servant: Papers read to The Thomas More Society of London. Ed. R. O'Sullivan. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1948. 60–70. [On the limits to the authority of Parliament in medieval English Common Law and on the legal revolution under Henry VIII, includes mention of Thomas More's trial.]
  7. Schoeck, Richard J. Was Sir Thomas More a Roman lawyer? Notes and Queries 194 (1949): 203. [Geritz F300. A note on T. More and Doctors Commons.]
  8. Schoeck, Richard J. Sir Thomas More and Lincoln's Inn Revels. Philological Quarterly 29 (1950): 426–29. [Geritz F291; Wentworth 150.]
  9. O'Sullivan, Richard. Sir Thomas More the Lawyer. Law Times 213 (1952): 30–31, 57–59, 103–05. Rpt. in The Spirit of the Common Law: A Representative Collection of the Papers of Richard O'Sullivan. Ed. B. A. Wortley. Tenbury Wells, Worcs.: Fowler Wright Books, 1965. 21–39. [Geritz F232; Wentworth 145.]
    Review(s):
    1. Ivo Thomas, Moreana 10 (1966): 83–84.
    2. M. T. Rooney, Catholic Lawyer 12 (1966): 88–90.
  10. Ormerod, A. H. The SS Collar. Catholic Lawyer 2 (1956): 123–30. Rpt. Catholic Lawyer 17 (1971): 292–99. [Argues that the SS Collar that More wore was originally a collar of livery for the house of Lancaster.]
  11. O'Sullivan, Richard. St. Thomas More and Lincoln's Inn. Catholic Lawyer 3 (1957): 71–80. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 161–68. 607. [Geritz F231; Wentworth 146.]
  12. Derrett, J. Duncan M. Withernam: A Legal Practical Joke of Sir Thomas More. Catholic Lawyer 7 (1961): 211–22, 242. [Sullivan 1:265–66. The joke turns on doubts about the legality under Roman Law of the practise of Reprisals. This joke has often been misunderstood by later legal commentators.]
  13. Cahn, Edmond, Daniel G. Collins, Albert H. Garretson, and John Noonan, Jr. Thomas More Among the Lawyers. New York University Law Review 38 (1963): 813–34. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 2 (1964): 115–116; Geritz F033; Wentworth 30. The transcript, edited and annotated by Collins, of a panel discussion held at the New York University School of Law to commemorate the publication of E. F. Rogers' edition of St. Thomas More: Selected Letters, (1961), see Literary Letters.]
  14. Derrett, J. Duncan M. Withernam: A Postscript. Catholic Lawyer 9 (1963): 124–27, 137. [On More's negotiations with the Hanse League 1520 and 1521; see 1961 article above.]
  15. Schoeck, Richard J. Canon Law in England on the Eve of the Reformation. Medieval Studies 25 (1963): 125–47. [Geritz F285; Wentworth 148.]
  16. Schoeck, Richard J. Sir Thomas More, Humanist and Lawyer. University of Toronto Quarterly 34 (1964): 1–14. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 569–79, 674–76. Rpt. with revisions in The Achievement of Thomas More: Aspects of his Life and Works. English Literary Studies monograph series 7. Victoria, BC: English Literary Studies, University of Victoria, 1976. 11–24, 70–73. [Geritz F292; Wentworth 151.]
    Review(s):
    1. Archibald Young, Moreana 63/1 (1979): 51–52.
  17. Schoeck, R. J. Aspects of the Inns of Court. Reports of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association 31 (1965): 37–45. [Mentions More.]
  18. Headley, John M. More Against Luther on Law and the Magistrate. [1967] See Responsio ad Lutherum.
  19. Hogrefe, Pearl. Sir Thomas More and Doctors Commons. Moreana 14 (1967): 15–21. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana14pages15-22.pdf [Geritz F118; Wentworth 141. On More's membership in this prestigious Civilian Lawyer's Club.]
  20. Butler, Brian. Thomas More and the Inns of Court. Catholic Lawyer 17 (1971): 78–87. [Wentworth 139; Geritz F029.]
  21. Schoeck, Richard J. Common Law and Canon Law in the Writings of Thomas More: The Affair of Richard Hunne. [1968] See Heresy Trials
  22. Schoeck, Richard J. Common Law and Canon Law in Their Relation to Thomas More. St. Thomas More: Action and Contemplation. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester. New Haven: Yale UP (for St. John's University), 1972. 17–55. An earlier vers. publ. as The Two Laws in Thomas More: A Preliminary Reading of the Canon and Common Laws in His Career and Writings. Catholic Lawyer 16 (1970): 277–95. [Geritz F298 and J021.]
  23. Schoeck, Richard J. The Place of Sir Thomas More in Legal History and Tradition: A Sketch with Some Observations. Moreana 51 (1976): 83–94. Rev. and expanded vers. as The Place of Sir Thomas More in Legal History and Tradition: Some Notes and Observations. American Journal ofJurisprudence 23 (1978): 212–23. [Geritz F290; Wentworth 149.]
  24. Hastings, Margaret. Sir Thomas More: Maker of English Law? Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 104–18, 601–03. [Geritz F103; Wentworth 140.]
  25. Marc'hadour, Germain. Sir Thomas More, Knight. Catholic Theological Review [Australia] 2 (1979): 3–19. [On More's knighthood and the ideals of chivalry.]
  26. More, David. Thomas More as Lawyer. Thomas More: The Rhetoric of Character. Ed. Alistair Fox and Peter Leech. Dunedin: U of Otago (A University Extension Publication), 1979. 83–99, 112–15. [Sum.: Peter Leech, pp. 12–14; Geritz F211; Wentworth 144.]
  27. Berglar, Peter. Gerechtigkeit und Barmherzigkeit in Leben und Werk de Thomas Morus [Justice and Mercy in the Life and Work of Thomas More]. Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1981. 113–27. [Sum.: Freidrich-K. Unterweg, Moreana 71/72 (1981): 100.]
    Review(s):
    1. Geert van den Steenhoven, Peter Berglar on Justice and Mercy in Life and Work of Thomas More, Moreana 78 (1983): 51–54.
  28. Maxcey, Carl E. Justice and Order: Martin Luther and Thomas More on the Death Penalty and Retribution. Moreana 79/80 (1983): 17–33. [Geritz G062; Wentworth 221. On the Death-Penalty in Luther's writings, and in the Utopia and Dialogue of Comfort.]
  29. Jack, Sybil M. The Conflict of Common Law and Canon Law in Early Sixteenth-century England: Richard Hunne revisited. See Heresy Trials.
  30. Knafla, Louis. The Influences of Continental Humanists and Jurists on English Common Law in the Renaissance. Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Bononiensis: Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies: Bologna, 26 August to 1 September 1979. Ed. Richard J. Schoeck. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 37. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1985. 60–71. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/bononactaconvent00inteuoft [Geritz J014.]
  31. Plöchl, Willibald. Thomas Morus unde die Freiheit der Kirche. Österreiches Archiv für Kirchenrecht [Vienna] 31 (1980): 65–72.
    Review(s):
    1. Yves-Claude Gélébart, Moreana 82 (1984): 81–82.
  32. Ramsey, G. D. A Saint in the City: Thomas More at Mercer's Hall, London. [1982] See Thomas More's London.
  33. Massingham, K. R. Thomas More, Laicus, Gent. Moreana 87/88 (1985): 29–35. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana87-88pages29-35.pdf [Geritz F185; Wentworth 143. On More's membership in Doctors Commons.]
  34. Kendell, Angela J. Thomas More, Richard Fox and the Manor of Temple Guyting in 1515. Moreana 91/92 (1986): 5–10. [Sum.: (F) p.10; Geritz F132.]
  35. Logan. F. D. Doctors' Commons in the Early Sixteenth Century: A Society of Many Talents. Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research 61 (1988): 151–65. [Includes mention of More as member of this exclusive Lawyers' Club.]
  36. Quenneville, Jean-Guy. Public Policy and personal Conscience: Thomas More, Judge in the King's Court of Equity and Christian Fool. Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1989. 129–38. [Geritz F253; Ralph Keen, Moreana 103 (1990): 114. On the tension between More's public career and his role as a Christian Fool.]
  37. Seipp, D. J. The Reception of Canon Law and Civil Law in the Common Law Courts before 1600. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 13 (1993): 388–420.
  38. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More, Homme de Loi. Moreana 126 (1996): 55–66. [Sum.: pp.119–20; Geritz F168.]
  39. McCauliff, C.M.A. Parliament and the Supreme Headship: Church-State Relations According to Thomas More. Catholic University Law Review 48:3 (1999): 653–84. Available online at http://scholarship.law.edu/lawreview/vol48/iss3/2
  40. Wegemer, Gerard B. The Civic Humanism of Thomas More: Why Law has Prominence over Rhetoric. The Ben Jonson Journal 7 (2000): 187–98.
  41. Smith, Steven D. Interrogating Thomas More: The Conundrums of Conscience. [2003] See Thomas More and Conscience
  42. Keane, Robert. Thomas More as a Young Lawyer. Moreana 160 (2004): 41–71. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana160pages41-71.pdf [Sum.: p.41.]
  43. Morant, Blake D. Lessons from Thomas More's Dilemma of Conscience: Reconciling the Clash between a Lawyer's Beliefs and Professional Expectations. [2004] See Thomas More and Conscience
  44. Osgood, Russell K. Law in Sir Thomas More's Utopia as Compared to His Lord Chancellorship. [2006] See Utopia: Utopian Communism, Law, Property and Prosperity
  45. Bajetta, Carlo M. Sir Thomas More's Merry Jest. [2008] See English Poems.
  46. Curtright, Travis. Humanist Lawyer, Public Career: Thomas More and Conscience. Moreana 46:176 (2009): 77–96. [Sum.: pp.77–78.]
  47. Berry, Edward. Thomas More and the Legal Imagination. Studies in Philology 106:3 (2009): 316–40. Online at http://www.stmsallentown.org/pdf/Berry-Legal_Imagination.pdf
  48. Gregg, Samuel. Faith, Reason, and Order: Thomas More and Natural Law. Thomas More: Why Patron of Statesmen? Edited by Travis Curtright. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015. 95–110. [Sum.: p.3.]

More, Law and Literature

  1. Zilko, Matthew. The Influence of Sir Thomas More's Career as a Lawyer and Judge on the Writing of Utopia. Parergon ns 17:1 (1999): 45–62.
  2. Hutson, Lorna From Penitent to Suspect: Law, Purgatory, and Renaissance Drama. The Huntington Library Quarterly 65 (2002): 295–319. [Deals mainly with Christopher St. Germain, but does mention More.]
  3. Majeske, Andrew J. Equity in English Renaissance Literature: Thomas More and Edmund Spenser. New York: Routledge, 2006. [Majeske reads More's aequitas in the light of classical concepts of equity.]
  4. Cormack, Bradin. No More to Medle of the Matter: Thomas More, Equity, and the Claims of Jurisdiction. [2007] See Utopian Communism, Law, Property and Prosperity.

More, Morality and the Law: Essays, Appreciations and Public Addresses

  1. Russell, (Lord) F., (of Killowen). A Great Lord Chancellor. The Fame of Blessed Thomas More, Being Addresses Delivered in his Honour in Chelsea, July 1929. London: Sheed & Ward, 1929. 65–79. [Wentworth 162. On More's public career: an appreciation by a British Lord Justice.]
  2. A Lawyer Canonized: Lord Chancellor More's Remarkable Career. American Bar Association Journal 21 (1935): 330.
  3. Glenn, G. St. Thomas More As Judge and Lawyer. Fordham Law Review 10 (1941): 187–95.
  4. Hogan, Edward A., Jr. St. Thomas More. Catholic Mind 49 (1951): 182–88. [Sullivan 2:112.]
  5. McDonald, Miles F. St. Thomas More: Lawyer and Politician. Catholic Lawyer 1 (1955): 121–27. [Geritz F195; Sullivan 2:308–309.]
  6. Holden, Benedict. St. Thomas More, Patron of Puritans. Catholic Lawyer 2 (1956): 50–55, 78. [Sullivan 2:114–115. Compares More's ideas on toleration with those of the Puritans in seventeenth-century New England.]
  7. McDonald, Miles F. Prayer for Lawyers. Catholic Lawyer 2 (1956): 88. [Sullivan 2:308.]
  8. Hogan, Edward A., Jr. St. Thomas More: Inspiration for Lawyers. Catholic Lawyer 3 (1957): 269–75. [Sullivan 2:112–13. A brief summary-appreciation of More's career as a Lawyer.]
  9. Brennan, William J., Jr. Thomas More: Saint and Judge. Catholic Lawyer 4 (1958): 162–66. [Sullivan 1:123.]
  10. Reynolds, E. E. Speaker More still Heard at Westminster. Moreana 1 (1963): 86–87.
  11. Murphy, Robert T. Thomas More, Abraham Lincoln and the Natural Law. Moreana 12 (1966): 53–56. [Geritz V038.]
  12. Vachon, Richard A. The Relevance of St. Thomas More. Catholic Lawyer 13 (1967): 145–48, 170.
  13. McDonald, Miles. Two Prayers to Saint Thomas More. Moreana 25 (1970): 77–78. [Two lawyer's prayers.] Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana25pages77-78.pdf
  14. Kurland, Philip K. Lawyers and the Law. Moreana 38 (1973): 86. Rpt. from Washington Post 13 May 1973. [On Thomas More and Watergate, see also p.101.]
  15. Schoeck, Richard J. A Lawyer with a Conscience (Luncheon Address to the Thomas More Society, Washington D. C., 17 May 1973). Moreana 39 (1973): 25–32. [Geritz F286; Wentworth 148. Alludes to the Watergate Affair.]
  16. Wright, John (Cardinal). Saint Thomas More, Patron of Lawyers and Model for our Changing Times. Moreana 51 (1976): 95–101. Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana51pages95-101.pdf [Geritz F350.]
  17. McCormick, T. E. The Moral Dilemma of St. Thomas More. Catholic Lawyer 23 (1977): 94–96. [More as patron saint of lawyers.]
  18. Rawlinson, Peter. Thomas More as a Public Figure. Moreana 54 (1977): 41–56. Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana54pages41-55.pdf [Geritz F256; Wentworth 161.]
  19. Cowen, Sir Zelman. Sir Thomas More—Lawyer, Scholar and Statesman. Australian Law Journal 52 (1978): 354–60. Rpt. Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. 44–54. [Sum.: (rpt.) pp.5–6. Address by Governor-General of Australia, includes quotes from Robert Bolt's play. Cowen discusses the world's continued fascination with More.]
  20. Hauerwas, Stanley, and Thomas L. Shaffer. Hope Faces Power: Thomas More and the King of England. Soundings 61 (1978): 456–79. Rpt. as Hope in the Life of Thomas More. Notre Dame Lawyer 54 (1979): 569–86. [Geritz G040 (and G066); Wentworth 205. By a theologian and a lawyer: on the seductions of power in Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons. Contains some very acute remarks on More and the Law.]
    Review(s):
    1. Patricia Metzner, Hope in the Life of Thomas More, Moreana 70 (1981): 77–79.
  21. Rawlinson, (Lord) P. (of Ewell). Public Duty and Personal Faith—the Example of Sir Thomas More. Australian Law Journal 53 (1979): 9–18. Rpt. Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. 55–70. [Sum.: (rpt.) p.6; Geritz F255; Wentworth 57. An account of More's public career by a former British Attorney-General. Incorporates material from the next item. Focuses on More as a public man and on the significance of his actions for holders on public office.]
  22. Kinsella, W. Thomas More: A Man for Our Time. Dublin: Privately printed by The St. Thomas More Society, 1982. Rpt. in Catholic Lawyer 29 (1985): 323–43.
  23. Morris, Joseph A. On the Legacy of Thomas More. Moreana 83/84 (1984): 45–46. [Geritz H012.]
  24. Bork, Robert H. Law, Morality and Thomas More. Catholic Lawyer 31 (1986): 1–6. [Geritz J005. On More, the law and civil disobedience by an American judge. Bork argues that More's refusal to take the oath was not civil disobedience but rather an appeal to a higher law.]
  25. Vrljičak, Kazimir. La Batalla Está Ganada, Master Roper: La personalidad y el carácter de Tomás Moro. Moreana 91/92 (1986): 111–12. [Sum.: Marie-Claude Rousseau, p. 112; Geritz F336.]
  26. Cuomo, Mario M. A Personal Appreciation. Interpreting Thomas More's Utopia. Ed. John C. Olin. New York: Fordham UP, 1989. 1–5. [More as both a man of action and a mystic. Governor Cuomo's decision to enter politics partly inspired by More. See also Seymour B. House, Thomas More and U.S. Politicians, Moreana 95/96 (1987): 110.]
    Review(s):
    1. Dorothy F. Donnelly, Moreana 110 (1992): 55.
    2. Clare M. Murphy, Sixteenth Century Journal 22 (1991): 883.
    3. Albert Rabil, Jr., Church History 61 (1992): 406–07.
  27. Plant, Raymond M. Thomas More and the Rule of Law. Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1989. 118–28. [Geritz F247.]
  28. Vrljičak, Kazimir. Tomás Moro—Santo para todos. St. Thomas More Gazette 4 (Nov. 1994): 17–18.
  29. Brennan, Sir Gerard. The Independence of Thomas More. Rpt.Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. 82–858. [Sum.: p.7.]
  30. Dunford, Judge J. R. Thomas More—Lawyer. Rpt.Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. 90–100. [Sum.: pp.10–11.]
  31. Goodman, A. J. St. Thomas More. Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. 24–29. [Sum.: p.3.]
  32. Ludeke, Justice J. T. Thomas More. Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. 86–89. [Sum.: p.7.]
  33. McGovern, J. J. The King's Good Servant. Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. 15–23. [Sum.: pp.2–3.]
  34. Bork, Robert. Thomas More for Our Season. First Things 94 (June/July 1999): 17–21. Online at http://catholiceducation.org/articles/history/world/wh0035.html
  35. Finnis, John. Saint Thomas More and the Crisis in Faith and Morals. The Priest 7:1 (2003): 10–15, 29–30. See also Thomas More and today's crisis in faith and morals. AD 2000 2:10 (Nov. 1989). Online at http://www.ad2000.com.au/thomas_more_and_today_s_crisis_in_faith_and_morals_november_1989
  36. Finnis, John. Faith, Morals and Thomas More. Collected Essays. Volume V: Religion and Public Reasons. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2011. 163–178. (DOI)

Thomas More: Medicine and Health Reform

  1. MacNalty, Arthur S. Thomas Vicary Lecture for 1945: The Renaissance and its Influence on English Medicine, Surgery and Public Health. London: C. Johnson, 1946. 15–16, 18, 21. (?also published as Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England 1:1 (Jul 1947): 8–30.) Online at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1940137/pdf/annrcse00001-0013.pdf. [Sullivan 2:267. Mentions More's appointment as Commissioner of Sewers.]
  2. MacNalty, Arthur S. Sir Thomas More as Public Health Reformer. Nature CLVII (1946): 732. [Sullivan 2:264–65. Revised and enlarged in article below.]
  3. MacNalty, Arthur S. Sir Thomas More as Public Health Reformer. Journal of the Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene. (now Community Health) 10 (1947): 7–23. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 119–35, 603. [Geritz F146; Wentworth 214; Sullivan 2:265–66. MacNalty discusses Utopia briefly (see Essential Articles 125–26).]
  4. MacNalty, Arthur S. Sir Thomas More as Student of Medicine and Public Health Reformer. Science, Medicine and History. Essays on the Evolution of Scientific Thought and Medical Practice Written in Honour of Charles Singer. Ed. E. Ashworth Underwood. Vol 1. London: Oxford UP, 1953. 418–36. [Geritz F147 (Wentworth 214); Sullivan 2:266–67. Incorporate much of the material from MacNalty's earlier article above.]
  5. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More and Thomas Linacre. [1967] See Thomas Linacre.
  6. Sullivan, Frank. A Ghostly Incunable of St. Thomas More. Moreana 31/32 (1971): 251–52.
  7. Helmstaedter, Gerhard. Physicians in Thomas More's Circle: The Impact of the New Learning on Medicine. Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1989. 158–64. [Geritz F113.]
  8. Helmstaedter, Gerhard. Health Equilibrium of the Utopians on Well-Being and Hygiene. Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1992. 94–100.
  9. Totaro, Rebecca. Bubonic Plague in Utopia and Old World Implications. Q/W/E/R/T/Y [Pau, France], 8 (1998): 67–85.
  10. Marc'hadour, Germain. More et ses amis face à la pestilence. Moreana 149 (2002): 61–68. [Sum.: p.61.]
  11. Bishop, Malcolm, and S. Gelbier. Ethics and Utopia: public health theory and practice in the sixteenth century. An essay comparing the Henrician Medical Act of 1540 and More's 1530 ordinances, with Thomas More's novel Utopia of 1516. British Dental Journal 195:5 (May 2003): 251–255.
  12. Totaro, Rebecca. Thomas More's Pestilence in Parenthesis. Suffering in Paradise: The Bubonic Plague in English Literature from More to Milton. Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne UP, 2005. 69–86, 201–206.

Thomas More and Music

  1. Holahan, Susan L. More's Epigrams on Henry Abyngdon. [1968] See Latin Epigrams.
  2. Carpenter, Nan C. Note on Two Epigrams of More. [1976] See Latin Epigrams.
  3. Carpenter, Nan C. Thomas More and Music: Stanyhurst's Translation of the Abyngdon Epitaph. [1977] See Latin Epigrams.
  4. Carpenter, Nan C. St. Thomas More and Music: The Epigrams. [1977] See Latin Epigrams.
  5. Carpenter, N. C. St, Thomas More and Music: Busleiden's Organ. Comparative Literature Studies 15 (1978): 17–22. [Geritz R064; Wentworth 541.]
  6. Ouvrard, Jean-Pierre. Musique à la Cour de Henry VIII. Moreana 63/1 (1979): 43–49.
  7. Carpenter, N. C. A Song for all Seasons: Sir Thomas More and Music. Comparative Literature 33 (1981): 113–36. [Geritz G013; Wentworth 540. See also Carpenter's articles in Latin Epigrams.]
    Review(s):
    1. Howard Garey, Moreana 71/72 (1981): 173–74.
  8. Malhomme, Florence. Castiglione, More et Érasme: Trois Contributions à la Pensée Musicale de la Renaissance. Moreana 125 (1996): 31–48. [Sum.: pp.123–25; Geritz G056.]
  9. Cro, Stelio. Music and Otherness in More's Utopia. [2014] See Utopia and Plato.

Theology and Eccesiology

Ecclesiology: More and the Church

  1. Meagher, R. W. B[lessed] Thomas More and the Papacy. Clergy Review 9 (1935): 392–407. [Geritz F196; Wentworth 222; Sullivan 2:314.]
  2. Baumer, F. Le Van. The Conception of Christendom in Renaissance England. Journal of the History of Ideas 6 (1945): 131–56. [on the common corps of Christendom in English Renaissance thought, including More.]
  3. Huber, Paul. Traditionsfestigkeit und Traditionskritik bei Thomas Morus [Traditionalism and anti-Traditionalism in Thomas More]. Basler Beiträge zur Geschichtswissenschaft 47. Basel: Helbing & Lichtenhahn, 1953. [Sullivan 2:133; André Godin, Moreana 89 (1988): 81.]
    Review(s):
    1. J. Hoyaux, Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance 17 (1953): 117–18.
  4. Flesseman-van Leer, E. The Controversy about Ecclesiology between Thomas More and William Tyndale. [1960] See More vs Tyndale.
  5. Hay, Denys. A Note on More and the General Council. Moreana 15/16 (1967): 249–51. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. I: 185–187. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana15-16pages249-52.pdf [Geritz F107; Wentworth 206.]
  6. Headley, John M. Thomas Murner, Thomas More, and the First Expression of More's Ecclesiology. [1967] See Responsio ad Lutherum.
  7. Marius, Richard. Thomas More's View of the Church. The Confutation of Tyndale's Answer. Ed. Louis A. Schuster, Richard C. Marius, James P. Lusardi, and Richard J. Schoeck. Vol. 8 of The Yale Edition of the Complete Works of St. Thomas More. 3 vols. New Haven: Yale UP, 1973. 3: 1271–1363.
  8. Headley, John M. On More and the Papacy. Moreana 41 (1974): 5–10. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. I: 345–350. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana41pages5-10.pdf [Geritz S042 and F110; Wentworth 208. A response to Richard Marius's Thomas More's View of the Church (in CW 8/3 above). On More's treatment of the Papacy in the Responsio and the Confutation.]
  9. Hitchcock, James. Thomas More and the Sensus Fidelium. Theological Studies 36 (March 1975): 145–54. Available online at http://www.ts.mu.edu/readers/content/pdf/36/36.1/36.1.6.pdf [Geritz S047; Wentworth 663.]
  10. Sheldrake, Philip. Authority and Consensus in Thomas More's Doctrine of the Church. Heythrop Journal 20 (1976): 146–62. [Focuses mainly on the Responsio and the Confutation. The authority of General Councils and Popes is based on consensus. More is no papalist in the strict sense.]
  11. Winkler, G. B. Der Priester bei Thomas More: Vortridentinische Entwürfe einer Amtsreform. Annarium Historia Conciliorum 8 (1976): 326–45. On More's treatment of priesthood in Utopia, the Responsio, and the Confutation.]
    Review(s):
    1. E. H. L. Baumann, Moreana 98/99 (1988): 39–40.
  12. Sheldrake, Philip. Thomas More and Authority. Month 2nd ns 10 (1977): 122–25, 134. [Sum.: Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 59/60 (1978): 91; Geritz G076; Wentworth 229. On General Councils and Papal primacy in More's theological writings (Responsio, Dialogue Concerning Heresies, and the Confutation).]
  13. Marius, Richard. Henry VIII, Thomas More, and the Bishop of Rome. Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More. Ed. Michael J. Moore. Boone, NC: Albion, 1978. 89–107. [Geritz F177; Wentworth 218. On Henry's defence of Papal authority in the Assertio and the lack therof in More's polemical works. Marius argues that More was a Conciliarist at heart.]
  14. Headley, John M. The Nos Papistae of Thomas More. Moreana 64 (1980): 89–90. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana64pages89-90.pdf [Geritz F109; Wentworth 207. Reply to Oakley's article below.]
  15. Marius, Richard C. More the Conciliarist. Moreana 64 (1980): 91–99. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. II: 100–108. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana64pages91-99.pdf [Geritz F179; Wentworth 219. Reply to Oakley's article below.]
  16. Oakley, Francis. Headley, Marius and the Matter of More's Conciliarism. Moreana 64 (1980): 82–88. With Replies by John Headley (89–90) and Richard Marius (91–99). Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. II: 109–116. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana64pages82-88.pdf [Geritz F222; Wentworth 225.]
  17. Schoeck, Richard J. The Fifth Lateran Council: Its Partial Successes and Its Larger Failures. Reform and Authority in the Medieval and Reformation Church. Ed, Guy Fitch Lytle. Washington, DC: Catholic U of America P, 1981. 99–126. [Geritz R356. Includes discussion of Utopia and the Dialogue of Comfort.]
  18. Gogan, Brian G. The Common Corps of Christendom: Ecclesiological Themes in the Writings of Sir Thomas More. Studies in the History of Christian Thought 26. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1982. [Geritz S030; Wentworth 657.]
    Review(s):
    1. André Godin, Moreana 89 (1986): 81–88.
    2. Philip Sheldrake, Moreana 82 (1984): 85–88.
    3. Thomas I. White, Renaissance Quarterly 37 (1984): 78–80.
  19. House, Seymour Baker. Thomas More and Holy Orders: More's Views of the English Clergy, Both Secular and Regular. Ph.D. Diss. U of St. Andrews, 1987. [Geritz G046.]
  20. House, Seymour Baker. Sir Thomas More as Church Patron. Journal of Ecclesiastical History 40 (1989): 208–18. [Geritz F123.]
  21. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More, Parishioner and Champion of the Universal Church. Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1989. 165–76. [Geritz F170.]
  22. Durning, Francis. St. Thomas More's Doubts about the Papacy. Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. 30–43. [Sum.: p.5. The paper discusses why More had doubts regarding the papal primacy and how he got rid of them.]
  23. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More et les Conciles Oecuméniques. Moreana 121 (1995): 33–52. [Sum.: pp. 119–20; Geritz S057. Essentially a review article of G. Alberigo's Christian Unity: The Council of Ferrara-Florence 1438/39–1989 (Leuven: 1991). Does deal briefly with More's and Fisher's references to Oecumenical Councils (35–41, 48–51).]
  24. Sawada, Paul Akio. Was Thomas More a Conciliarist. Thomas More . . . and More: Freundesgabe für / Liber Amicorum for Hubertus Schulte Herbrüggen. Edited by Christoph M. Peters and Friedrich-K. Unterweg. Franfort am Main; New York: Peter lang, 2002. 151–181. [Summ.: Gerhard Helmstaedter, Moreana 156 (2003): 112.]

More and the Church Fathers

  1. Thecla [Schmidt], Sr. Mary T. St. Augustine's Influence on St. Thomas More's English Works. Ph.D. diss. Yale U, 1943. [Geritz L023.]
  2. Schoeck, Richard J. The Use of St. John Chrysostom in Sixteenth Century Controversy: Christopher St. German and Sir Thomas More in 1533. [1961] See Apology.
  3. Oakley, Francis. More, St. German, Gerson and Pseudo-Chrysostom on Matthew xxi, 12. [1963] See Apology.
  4. Miles, Leland. Patristic Comforters in More's Dialogue of Comfort. [1965] See Dialogue of Comfort.
  5. Marius, Richard. The Pseudonymous Patristic Text in Thomas More's Confutation. [1967] See Confutation of Tyndale's Answer.
  6. Marius, Richard C. Thomas More and the Early Church Fathers. Traditio 24 (1968): 379–407. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 402–20, 651–58. [Geritz S059; Wentworth 668. On More's use of Patristic sources in the Confutation and other polemical writings.]
  7. Marc'hadour, Germain. An Old Holy Father: Gregory of Nyssa. Moreana 35 (1972): 67–70.
  8. Marc'hadour, Germain. Fathers and Doctors of the Church. [1981] See Dialogue Concerning Heresies.
  9. Bradshaw, David. St. Maximus and Thomas More. Moreana 89 (1986): 14. [Geritz L003.]
  10. Gordon, Walter M. The Answer to a Poisoned Book. [1987] See Answer to a Poisoned Book.
  11. O'Donnell, Anne M. Cicero, Gregory the Great, and Thomas More: Three Dialogues of Comfort. [1989] See Dialogue of Comfort.
  12. Marc'hadour, Germain. Saint Jérôme dans l'oeuvre et dans l'univers de Thomas More. Moreana 101/102 (1990): 93–124. [Geritz L013. On More's use of St. Jerome in his writings, and on Erasmus' biography of St. Jerome and Dürer's paintings of Jerome, etc.]
  13. Marc'hadour, Germain. Basil the Great and St. Thomas More. Moreana 111/112 (1992): 43–54. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana111-112pages43-54.pdf [Sum.: p. 198; Geritz L012. The influence of Basil's Ad adolescentes in the Renaissance and especially on More.]
  14. Bejczy. István. Bede in the Renaissance: The Case of More and Erasmus. Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 18 (1998): 89–103. [Sum.: Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 142 (2000): 87.]
  15. McCutcheon, Elizabeth. Wings and Crosses: Boethius's De Consolatione Philosophiae and More's Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation and Other Writings. See Dialogue of Comfort.

More, Saint Francis and the Franciscans

  1. Steck, Francis Borgia. Blessed Thomas More, Franciscan Tertiary. [1920] See Modern Biographies.
  2. Marc'hadour, Germain. How a Christian Lives in an Affluent Society. Franciscan Herald and Forum 42 (1964): 332–40. [Geritz F158; Wentworth 216.]
  3. Marc'hadour, Germain. Saint Thomas More (1477–1535) and Saint Francis of Assisi (1182–1226). Cithara 25 (1985): 5–18. [Geritz L014; Wentworth 67.]
  4. Baker-Smith, Dominic. Utopia and the Franciscans. More's Utopia and the Utopian Inheritance. Ed. A. D. Cousins, and Damian Grace. Lanham, NY: UP of America, 1995. 37–52. [Geritz R024.]
  5. Coogan, Robert. From the Chin Upward, Above St. Francis: More, Tyndale, and the Franciscans. Word, Church, and State: Tyndale Quincentenary Essays. Ed. John T. Day, Eric Lund, and Ann M. O'Donnell. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America P, c1998. 217–27.
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 142 (2000): 33–35.

Thomas More and the Eucharist

  1. Foley, Stephen Merriam, and Clarence H. Miller. The Shape of the Eucharistic Controversy. [1985] See Answer to a Poisoned Book.
  2. Gordon, Walter M. The Answer to a Poisoned Book. [1987] See Answer to a Poisoned Book.
  3. Byron, Brian F. From Essence to presence: A Shift in Eucharistic Expression Illustrated from The Apologetic of St. Thomas More. [1989] See A Treatise on the Passion.
  4. Marc'hadour, Germain, ed. Saint Thomas More and the Body of Christ. Angers: Moreanum, 2001. Some sections also listed separately.]
    Review(s):
    1. Charles Crawford, Moreana 147/48 (2001): 119–24.

Thomas More and the Bible

  1. Chambers, Raymond Wilson. The Continuity of English Prose. [1932] See English Language and Prose Style.
  2. Hutchinson, F. E. Sir Thomas More as a Translator of the Bible. Review of English Studies 17 (1941): 1–10. [Geritz T021; Sullivan 2:146; Notes and Queries 180 (1941): 163.]
  3. McCarthy, Mary-John. The Contribution of St. Thomas More to English Bible Translations. M.A. Diss, Fordham University, 1952. [Directed by Erwin Geissman. Cited Marc'hadour Thomas More et la Bible p.561.]
  4. Waldron, Mary-Elizabeth. The Contribution of St. Thomas More to the Translation of the Old Testament. M.A. Diss, Fordham University, 1952. [Directed by Erwin Geissman. Cited Marc'hadour Thomas More et la Bible p.561.]
  5. Cavanaugh, John R. The Interpretation and Use of Sacred Scripture in the Writings of St. Thomas More. Diss. U of Toronto, 1956. [Directed by Arthur E. Barker.]
  6. Lubac, Henri de. [Thomas More.] Exégèse médiévale: Les quatre sens de l'Écriture. 4 vols. Paris: Aubier, Éditions Montaigne, 1964. Second Part, II: 477–80.
  7. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More et la Bible: La place des livres saints dans son apologétique et sa spiritualité. Collection de Pétrarque à Descartes XX. Paris: Vrin, 1969, 2000. [Add. & Corr.: Moreana 25 (1970): 57–65 + 26 (1970): 66 + 29 (1971): 55–56 (See also Ward Allen 1970 below); Geritz L015.]
    Review(s):
    1. J. Duncan M. Derrett, Clergy Review 55 (Dec. 1970): 996–98.
    2. Pierre Mesnard, Moreana (1969) 22: 118–120 + 23: 86–91.
    3. R. S. Sylvester, Études Anglaises 23 (1970): 336–37.
  8. Marc'hadour, Germain. The Bible in the Works of St. Thomas More: A Repertory. Part I: The Old Testament. Part II: The Four Gospels. Part III: Acts, Epistles, Apocalypse. Part IV: Elements of Synthesis. Part V: Indexes, Supplements, Concordances. 2 vols. in 5 parts. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1969–1972. [Geritz L011; Wentworth 263.]
    Review(s):
    1. J. Duncan M. Derrett, Clergy Review 55 (Dec. 1970): 996–98.
    2. W. L. Godshalk, Renaissance Quarterly 26 (1973): 210–12.
    3. John P. Marmion, Moreana 26 (1970): 59–66.
  9. Allen, Ward. More, Shakespeare, and the Bible. Moreana 27/28 (1970): 24. [Sullivan S2:4.]
  10. Allen, Ward. St. Augustine, Wycliffe, More and the Bible. Moreana 30 (1971): 45–46. [Geritz J002; Sullivan S2:4.]
  11. Massaut, Jean-Pierre. L'humanisme chrétien et la Bible: le cas de Thomas More. Revue d'histoire ecclésiastique 67:1 (1972): 92–112. [Geritz L017.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 37 (1973): 78.
  12. Partridge, A. C. English Biblical Translation. The Language Library. London: Andre Deutsch, 1973. 5, 34, 37, 40–43, 45–46, 99, 103, 131, 214. [Geritz S080.]
  13. Marc'hadour, Germain. The Latin Vulgate in the Prose of Sixteenth-Century Humanists. Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Amstelodamensis: Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies, Amsterdam 19–24 August 1973. Ed. P. Tuynman, G. G. Kuiper and E. Keßler. Humanistische Bibliothek. Reihe I: Abhandlungen: Bd. 26. München: W. Fink, 1979. 682–89.
  14. Minns, Dennis P. Thomas More's Use of Scripture in The Dialogue Concerning Heresies.[1980] See Dialogue Concerning Heresies.
  15. Marc'hadour, Germain, and Thomas M. C. Lawler. Scripture in the Dialogue. [1981] See Dialogue Concerning Heresies.
  16. Allen, Ward. King James's Translators and Words on the Wing. Miscellanea Moreana: Essays for Germain Marc'hadour. Moreana 100: Volume XXVI Mélanges Marc'hadour. Ed. Clare M. Murphy, Henri Gibaud and Mario A. DiCesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 61. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1989. 27–38. [Sum.: Moreana 98/99 (1988): 153, 247. Comments (36–37) on the use of the word wrangle in the Confutation.]
  17. Simpson, James. Thomas More and Textual Trust, and The Tragic Scene of Early Modern Reading. [2007] See Polemical Works: General Studies.
  18. Miller, Clarence H. More's Biblical Exegesis in De Tristitia christi: Original Interpretations and Applications. [2008] See De Tristitia.

See also More vs. Tyndale (1528–1533).

Heresy Trials

  1. Lloyd, W. Watkiss. Shakespeare's Henry VIII. Notes and Queries 7 ser. (1889): 203–204. [Sullivan 2:242–43. On The Chancellor's (identified with More) opposition to Cranmer in Shakespeare's play even though More was dead by this point.]
  2. Lloyd, W. Watkiss, and James Gairdner. Sir Thomas More's Treatment of Heretics. Academy 39 (1891): 419, 442, 467, 491. [Sullivan 2:9–11, 243.]
  3. The Better Aspects of Intolerance. The Spectator 31 October 1896: 11–12. Online at http://archive.spectator.co.uk/article/31st-october-1896/12/the-better-aspects-of-intolerance. [Sullivan 1:78–79. Refers to William Samuel Lilly's 1896 >Quarterly Review article.]
  4. Gairdner, James. The English Church in the Sixteenth Century from the Accession of Henry VIII to the Death of Mary. Vol. 4 of A History of the English Church. Ed. by W. R. W. Stephens and William Hunt. London: MacMillan, 1903. 4: 32–39, 111–112, 124–26, 130–132, 158–61, passim. Rpt. New York: AMS Press, 1973. Read Online at http://www.archive.org/details/englishchurchin00gairgoog [Wentworth 655; Sullivan 2:3–5.]
  5. Ganss, H. G. Sir Thomas More and the Persecution of Heretics: An Historical Inquiry. American Catholic Quarterly Review 25 (1900): 531–48. [Wentworth 201; Sullivan 2:11–12. Refutes the charges of Froude (and Foxe) against More. Details sixteenth-century Catholic and Protestant attitudes towards the punishment of heretics as background.]
  6. Knox, Ronald. The Charge of Intolerance. The Fame of Blessed Thomas More, Being Addresses Delivered in his Honour in Chelsea, July 1929. London: Sheed & Ward, 1929. 33–50. [Wentworth 211; Sullivan 2:201–202. On More's attitude to the burning of heretics, and on the conclusion to the Dialogue Concerning Heresies. For other Knox references to More, see More: Essays, Sermons and Addresses.]
  7. Ogle, Arthur. Murder or Suicide? Sir Thomas More in the Dialogue. The Tragedy in the Lollard's Tower: The Case of Richard Hunne and Its Aftermath in the Reformation Parliament, 1529–1533. Oxford: Pen-in-Hand, 1949. 37–47, 88–112, 278–85, 370–73. [Geritz S079; Wentworth 710.]
  8. Lecler, Joseph. Saint Thomas More (1478–1535): The Utopia. [1955] See Utopia: Religion and Theology.
  9. Gow, Elizabeth. Thomas Bilney and His Relations with Sir Thomas More. Norfolk Archaeology 32 (1958–61): 292–310. [Geritz S035; Wentworth 658. Gow draws on Foxe, Latimer and More's Dialogue Concerning Heresies for her account of Bilney.]
  10. McAleer, John. More and His Detractors. Month n.s. 26 (July 1961): 14–23. [Geritz F188; Wentworth 117.]
  11. Marius, Richard. Thomas More and the Heretics. Diss. Yale, 1962. [Geritz S060.]
  12. Schoeck, Richard J. Common Law and Canon Law in the Writings of Thomas More: The Affair of Richard Hunne. Proceedings of the Third International Congress of Medieval Canon Law, Strasbourg, 3–6 September 1968. Ed. Stephen Kuttner. Monumenta Iuris Canonici, ser. C., subsidia 4. Vatican: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1971. 237–54. [Geritz S100; Wentworth 681.]
  13. Derrett, J. Duncan M. Appendix B: The Affairs of Richard Hunne and Friar Standish. The Apology. Vol. 9 of The Yale Edition of the Complete Works of St. Thomas More. Ed. J. B. Trapp. New Haven: Yale UP, 1979. 213–246.
  14. Trapp, J. B., ed. Appendix C: The Heresy Statutes. in The Apology. Vol. 9 of The Complete Works of St. Thomas More. Ed. J. B. Trapp. New Haven: Yale UP, 1979. 247–60.
  15. Guy, John A. Sir Thomas More and the Heretics. History Today 30:2 (1980): 11–15. [Geritz F098; Wentworth 204.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour (With a Response by John Guy), Moreana 79/80 (1983): 77–78.
  16. Davis, John F. The Trials of Thomas Bylney and the English Reformation. Historical Journal 24 (1981): 775–90. [Geritz S014; Wentworth 700. Bilney not a Lutheran or a Lollard, but an Evangelical Catholic.]
  17. Trapp, J. B. London Review of Books 5:21 17 Nov. 1983: 15–17. [A Review Article in which Trapp sides with Fox and Elton on More as a hunter of heretics.]
  18. Guy, John. Perceptions of Heresy, 1200–1550. in Reformation, Humanism, and Revolution. Vol. 1 of Proceedings of the Folger Institute Center for the History of British Political Thought. Ed. Gordon J. Schochet. 6 vols. Washington, DC: Folger Institute, Folger Shakespeare Library: 1990. I: 39–61. Rev. and expanded vers. as The Legal Context of the Controversy: The law of Heresy. The Debellation of Salem and Bizance. Vol. 10 of The Yale Edition of the Complete Works of St. Thomas More. Ed. John Guy, Ralph Keen, Clarence H. Miller, and Ruth McGugan. New Haven: Yale UP, 1987. xlvii–lxvii. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 123/34 (1995): 148.]
  19. Keen, Ralph. Thomas Morus as An Opponent of Heresy: The German Connection. Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1994. 115–21.
  20. D'Alton, Craig W. The Suppression of Lutheran Heretics in England, 1526–1529. Journal of Eccesiastical History 54:2 (2003): 228–53.
  21. Zagorin, Perez. How the idea of Toleration Came to the West. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2003. 56–58, 68–72.
  22. Pepperney, Justin R. Religious Toleration and the Case of Thomas More. in Religious Toleration in English Literature from Thomas More to John Milton. Ph.D. Diss., Ohio State U, 2009. 47–103. Online at https://etd.ohiolink.edu/!etd.send_file?accession=osu1245245934. [A Protestant interpretation.]
  23. Loewenstein, David. Heresy and Treason. Cultural Reformations: Medieval and Renaissance in Literary History. Ed. Brian Cummings and James Simpson. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2010. 264–286. [Loewenstein deals with More on pp.264–76, sides with Elton and Marius.]
  24. Rex, Richard. Thomas More and the Heretics: Statesman or Fanatic? The Cambridge Companion to Thomas More. Ed. George Logan. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2011. 93–115. (DOI)
  25. Rockett, William. Juristic Theology in More's Polemics: The Bilney Case. Moreana 51:195–196 (June 2014): 11–27. [Sum.: pp.153–54. Ignores earlier scholarship of Gow, Davis and others.]

Thomas More and the Reformation

  1. Seebohm, F. Sir Thomas More and the Reformation. North British Review 30 (1859) (American Edition [New York: Leonard, Scott and Co., 1859] 25): 54–73. [W. H. Hutton (The Religious Writings of Sir Thomas More) identifies Seebohm as the author. Both Hutton and Frank Sullivan Moreana, 1478–1945 give different page numbers. Uses More's correspondence and Stapleton and Roper's Lives to trace the development of More's attitude towards the Reformation: More was a reformer of the Savonarola type, as opposed to Luther who was a revolutionary.]
  2. Murray, R. H. The Political Consequences of the Reformation: Studies in Sixteenth-Century Political Thought. Boston: Little, Brown, 1926. 241–52. Rpt. New York: Russell & Russell, 1960. [Geritz R619.]
  3. Rogen, Marie Joseph. More, Fisher, and Rastell and the Dispute Concerning Purgatory with an Edition of John Frith's Disputation. Diss. Forham U, 1951. [Geritz S097.]
  4. Miles, Leland. John Colet and the Platonic Tradition. Fishers with Platonic Nets 1. LaSalle, IL: Open Court, 1961; London: George Allen & Unwin, 1962. 174–79, 185–86, 203–206, 208–209, 213–216. Online at https://archive.org/details/johncoletplatoni00mile [Geritz S070; Wentworth 672.]
  5. Fraenkel, Pierre. Johann Eck und Thomas More 1525–1526: Zugleich ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des Enchiridion locorum communium und der vortridentinischen Kontroverstheologie. Von Konstanz nach Trient. Ed. Remigius Bäumer. Paderborn: Schöningh, 1972. 481–95.
  6. McLean, Andrew M. Detestynge Thabomynacyon: William Barlow, Thomas More and the Anglican Episcopacy. Moreana 49 (1976): 67–77. [Geritz S066.]
  7. Marc'hadour, G. Un Alsacien contemporain de More: Wolfgang Köpfel, dit Capiton. Moreana 17/67–68 (1980): 123–24. [For More and Capito, see CW 7:352, 8:1171,1177; etc.]
  8. McLean, Andrew M. The Work of William Barlow Including Bishop Barlowe's Dialogue on the Lutheran Factions. The Courteney Library of Reformation Classics, 15. Appleford, Berks.: Sutton Courteney, 1981. [Geritz S067; Wentworth 667. Includes discussion of Barlow's relationship with More.]
  9. Keen, Ralph. Thomas More and Geometry. [1985] See Thomas More and the Classics.
  10. Brigden, Susan. London and the Reformation. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1989. [Many references to More.]
  11. Marius, Richard. Thomas More, Martin Luther, Hamlet and the Fear of Death in Renaissance Europe. Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1995. 25–32. Rpt. Europa: Wiege des Humanismus und der Reformation. 5 Internationales Symposion der Amici Thomas Mori 20. bis 27. Mai 1995 in Mainz. Dokumentation. Ed. Hermann Boventer and Uwe Baumann. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1997. 29–48; [Geritz G059.]
  12. Ribhegge, Wilhelm. Kontakte und Kontroversen: Martin Luther, Erasmus von Rotterdam und Thomas Morus. Europa: Wiege des Humanismus und der Reformation. 5 Internationales Symposion der Amici Thomas Mori 20. bis 27. Mai 1995 in Mainz. Dokumentation. Ed. Hermann Boventer and Uwe Baumann. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1997. 111–129.
  13. Walton, Robert C. Sir Thomas More and the Radicalism of the Years before and after the Coming of the Reformation. Europa: Wiege des Humanismus und der Reformation. 5 Internationales Symposion der Amici Thomas Mori 20. bis 27. Mai 1995 in Mainz. Dokumentation. Ed. Hermann Boventer and Uwe Baumann. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1997. 159–165.
  14. Keen, Ralph. Thomas More. The Reformation Theologians. Ed. Carter Lindberg. Oxford: Blackwell, 2002. 284–97.

More: Spirituality and Moral Character

  1. Daly, James J. Sir Thomas More: The Spiritual Writer. [1931] See Dialogue of Comfort.
  2. Fisher, Bernard. The Spirituality of St. Thomas More. Life of the Spirit 5 (1951): 515–21. [Geritz F078; Wentworth 199; Sullivan I:352–53.]
  3. Fisher, Bernard. English Spiritual Writers: St. Thomas More. Clergy Review 45 (1960): 1–10. Rpt. in English Spiritual Writers. Ed. C. Davis. London: Burns & Oates; New York: Sheed & Ward, 1961. 74–83. Also rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 513–19. [Geritz T10; Wentworth 790; Sullivan I:352. On More's prayers A Godly Meditation and A Devout Prayer, the London Charterhouse, Walter Hilton and lay spirituality.]
  4. Marc'hadour, Germain. Obedient Unto Death: A Key to St. Thomas More. Spiritual Life 7 (1961): 205–22. [Geritz F163; Wentworth 217; Sullivan 2:281–82.]
  5. Marc'hadour, Germain. St. Thomas More. Month ns 29 (1963): 69–84. Rpt. in Pre-Reformation English Spirituality. Ed. J. Walsh. London: Burns & Oates, 1965. 224–39, 285–86. [Geritz T031; Wentworth 730.]
  6. Marc'hadour, Germain. Le symbolisme de la colombe et du serpent(de Johann Froben à Raymond Joly). [1963] See Iconography.
  7. Küng, Hans. Freiheit in der Welt. Zürich (Einsiedeln): Benziger, 1964. English translation by Cecily Hastings as Freedom in the World. Theological Meditations Edited by Hans Küng 3. London: Sheed & Ward, 1965. Italian translation as La Libertà del Cristiano. Brescia: Quiriniana, 1967. [Geritz F136; Wentworth 212. A meditation on Thomas More as A Saint in the World. Not hagiographical.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 6 (1965): 95–97.
  8. Meulon, Henri. Le sense d'une vie. Moreana 7 (1965): 65–74. Rpt. with a translation by Hazel Allport. Gazette Thomas More 33/2 (Spring 2016): 6–11.
  9. Bishop, Richard J. Sir Thomas More: The Duty of a Christian. Humanities Association Bulletin (Humanities Association of Canada) 17:1 (1966): 21–32. [Geritz F020. The duties of a Christian in More's letters, the Four Last Things, and the Dialogue Concerning Comfort.]
  10. Byron, Brian. Loyalty in the Spirituality of St. Thomas More. Diss. S.T.D., Rome, 1966. Published as Loyalty in the Spirituality of St. Thomas More. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica 4. Nieuwkoop: De Graaf, 1972. [Sum.: F031; Wentworth 196.]
    Review(s):
    1. (Dissertation) Henri Gibaud, Moreana (1967) 13: 89–94, With a Reply by Byron 15/16: 247–48.
    2. (Book) Henri Gibaud, Moreana 39 (1973): 61–64.
  11. Meulon, Henri. La docilité chez Thomas More. [1966] See Prison Letters.
  12. Reynolds, E. E. The Heart of Thomas More: Readings for Every Day of the Year. [1966] See Selections from More's Works.
  13. Jacques, J. Le détachment à l'école de Thomas More. Moreana 18 (1968): 11–19. [Geritz F125.]
  14. Meulon, Henri. La dévotion chez Thomas More. Moreana 19/20 (1968): 5–10. [Geritz F199.]
  15. Stacpoole, A. J. Thomas More and the Imitatio Christi. Moreana 21 (1969): 14 [not 13]. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana21page13.pdf [On a reference to the Imitation of Christ (and Bonaventure's Life of Christ and the Scale of Perfection) in the Confutation.]
  16. Murray, Francis G. Feminine Spirituality in the More Household. [1970] See Feminism and Education.
  17. Lion, Antoine. Thomas More, utopiste et chrétien. La vie spirituelle 124, no. 580 (March 1971): 315–27.
    Review(s):
    1. Henri Gibaud, Moreana 30 (1971): 69.
  18. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More's Spirituality. St. Thomas More: Action and Contemplation. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester. New Haven: Yale UP for St. John's University, 1972. 125–59. [Geritz G058; Wentworth 284.]
  19. Haupt, Garry E. The Personal and the Impersonal in the Late Works of Sir Thomas More. [1974] See Tower Works: General Studies.
  20. Winkler, Gerhard B. Die humane Pietas des Sir Thomas More. Spiritualität in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Ed. J. Marböck. Linzer philosophisch-theologische Reihe 4. Linz: Rudolf Zinnhobler, 1974. 61–81. [On More's attempts to reconcile humanitas and pietas, reason and pleasure, and on conscience.]
    Review(s):
    1. E. H. L. Baumann, Moreana 98/99 (1988): 40–42.
  21. Morales, José. La formación espiritual e intelectual de Tomás Moro y sus contactos con la doctrina y obras de Santo Tomás de Aquino. Scripta Theologica [Universidad de Navarra] VI-2 (1974): 439–489. Online at http://dadun.unav.edu/handle/10171/12682.
  22. Morales, José. Un libro reciente sobro Tomás Moro. Scripta Theologica [Universidad de Navarra] VII-1 (1975): 259–282. Online at http://dadun.unav.edu/handle/10171/12743. [Essentially a survey of scholarship on Thomas More occasioned by Brian Byron's Loyalty in the Spirituality of St. Thomas More.]
  23. Murray, Francis G. The Holy Spirit in St. Thomas More's Confutation of Tyndale's Answer. [1977] See Confutation.
  24. O'Malley, J. W. Thomas More's Spirituality Compared. Thought 52 (1977): 319–23. [Geritz T052.]
  25. Schoeck, Richard J. On the Spiritual Life of St. Thomas More. Thought 52 (1977): 324–27. [Geritz F289; Wentworth 227.]
  26. Bradshaw, Brendan. Saint Thomas More: Moriae Encomium, 1478–1978. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review [Dublin] 67 (1978): 292–305. [Geritz F024; Wentworth 27.]
  27. Donnelly, Dorothy F. The Size of More (on His 500th Birthday). Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More. Ed. Michael J. Moore. Boone, NC: Albion, 1978. 11–26. [Geritz F067; Wentworth 40. Psychological growth and spiritual conversion in More's life.]
  28. Mackey, John. The Spirituality of Thomas More. Thomas More: The Rhetoric of Character. Ed. Alistair Fox and Peter Leech. Dunedin: U of Otago (A University Extension Publication), 1979. 37–63, 106–10. [Sum.: Peter Leech, pp. 8–11; Geritz F145; Wentworth 213.]
  29. Marc'hadour, Germain. Sir Thomas More, Knight. [1979] See More and the Law.
  30. Byron, Brian. F. Through a Needle's Eye: Thomas More the Wealthy Saint. Thomas More: Essays on the Icon. Ed. Damian Grace and Brian F. Byron. Melbourne: Dove Publications, 1980. 53–69. [Geritz F032; Wentworth 197.]
  31. Jones, Judith P. Thy Grace to Set the World at Nought: The Mystical Element in the Works of Thomas More. Studia Mystica 3:2 (1980): 61–71. [Geritz J012; Wentworth 257. On More's Christocentric devotional writing in the Life of Picus, The Four Last Things and the Tower Works.]
  32. McConica, James K. The Patrimony of Thomas More. [1981] See Law and Politics.
  33. Marc'hadour, Germain. In hac lacrimarum valle: In This Valley of Tears. Moreana 78 (1983): 83–84. [On the various uses of this phrase in More's works.]
  34. Saint-Laurent, George E. The Spirituality of St. Thomas More. Word and Spirit: A Monastic Review 7 [St Bede: a Tribute (735–1985)] [Petersham, MA: St. Bede's Publications] (1985): 108–119.
  35. Martz, Louis L. Thomas More: The Search for the Inner Man. Miscellanea Moreana: Essays for Germain Marc'hadour. Moreana 100: Volume XXVI Mélanges Marc'hadour. Ed. Clare M. Murphy, Henri Gibaud and Mario A. DiCesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 61. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1989. 397–416 + 3 plates. Rev. vers. as The Search for the Inner Man. Thomas More: The Search for the Inner Man. New Haven: Yale UP, 1990. 1–27, 103–06 + 4 plates. [Sum.: Moreana 98/99 (1988): 162–63, 257–58; Geritz F183; Wentworth 51; A. M. O'Donnell, Catholic Historical Review 77 (1991): 607–08. Defends More against the charges of Marius and Elton, and stresses the integrity of More's inner life. Martz makes some important comments on the vituperative style of More's polemical works and on his attitude towards heretics. Also comments on iconography (pp. 6–13), Martz warns against putting too much emphasis on the Frick portrait in judging More's character.]
  36. Nugent, Donald Christopher. Is the Mystery of Thomas More Mystical. Moreana 101/102 (1990): 25–35. [Sum.: p.35; Geritz J019; Wentworth 56.]
  37. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More (Saint). Dictionaire de Spiritualité. Paris: Beauchesne, 1991. Vol. 15, cols. 849–65.
  38. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More and Prayer. [1993] See Thomas More: Prayers.
  39. Vess, D. The Augustinian Mysticism of St.Thomas More. Mystics Quarterly XXII (. 21–36.
  40. Marc'hadour, Germain. Saint Thomas More et les Auteurs Spirituels. Moreana 130 (1997): 27–66. [Sum.: pp.27–28; Geritz J017.]
  41. Galibois, Roland. Thomas More et le bonheur. Memini, Travaux et documents [Montreal: Société des Études Médiévales du Québec] 6 (2002): 153–78.
    Review(s):
    1. Jean-Pierre Moreau, Moreana 160 (2004): 98–101.
  42. Gordon, Walter M. Hope's Movement towards Love in More and Aquinas. Moreana 40:153–154 (2003): 159–72. [Sum.: pp.159–60.]
  43. Bore, Isobelle. Vérité et liberté chez Sir Thomas More (1478–1535). Moreana 159 (2004): 64–74. [Sum.: p.64–65.]
  44. Cessario, Romanus. Moral Theology on Earth: Learning from two Thomases. Studies in Christian Ethics 19.3 (2006): 305–322.
  45. Blum, Wilhelm. La nuit — La lumière — Le mysticisme: l'example de Thomas More. See De Tristitia. [2009]
  46. Bore, Isobelle. Fatum, Fortuna et Providence Divine: les croyances paiennes à l'épreuve de la foi crétienne. Moreana 183/84 (2011): 163–91. [Sum.: p.163–64.]
  47. Gangale, Guiseppe. Utopia and Providence in the Humanism of Thomas More: Man is a god for man, if he knows his duty. See Utopia: Religion and Theology [2011]
  48. Phélippeau, Marie-Claire. Pour l'Amour du Ciel: La More, le Péché et l'Au-delà dans les écrite de Thomas More. Montpellier: Moreana Editions, 2012.
  49. Phélippeau, Marie-Claire. Thomas More, the Mystic? Moreana 53:199–200 (June 2015): 135–154. [Sum.: pp.135–36.]

See also Thomas More: Prayers.

More: Conscience

  1. Gottfried, Rudolf B. A Conscience Undeflowered: A Lecture on Thomas More. Lunenburg, VT: Privately Printed, 1958. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 520–38. [Geritz F091; Wentworth 43.]
  2. Lewis, C. S. Conscience and Conscious. Studies in Words. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1960. 181–213. [Important discussion on the meanings of conscience in the sixteenth century and later. Cites More as example (202–204).]
  3. Bergamaschi, Aldo. Grandeur et limites d'une conscience chrétienne: Thomas More. Études Franciscaines 17 (1968): 363–75. [Sum.: M.Cl. R. Moreana 23 (1968): 77–78.]
  4. Prévost, André. Valeur suprême de la conscience: le témoin. Thomas More et la crise de la pensée européenne. Paris: Mame, 1969. 343–54. English Trans. and rev. as Conscience the Ultimate Court of Appeal. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 563–68, 672–74. [Geritz F251; Wentworth 187.]
  5. Derrett, J. Duncan M. Juramenta in Legem: St. Thomas More's Crisis of Conscience and the Good Roman. [1973] See More's Trial: Studies.
  6. Schoeck, Richard J. A Lawyer with a Conscience. [1973] See More and the Law.
  7. Boventer, H, ed. Das Gewissen. Zum Beispiel Thomas Morus. Bensberger Protokolle 20. Bensberg: Thomas-Morus-Akademie Bensberg, 1977.
  8. Kelley, Donald R. The Conscience of the King's Good Servant. Thought 52 (1977): 293–99. [Geritz F131; Wentworth 210.]
  9. Sylvester, Richard S. Conscience and Consciousness: Thomas More. The Author in His Work: Essays on a Problem in Criticism. Ed. Louis L. Martz and A. Williams. New Haven: Yale UP, 1978. 163–74. [Sum.: J. P. Warren, Moreana 62 (1979): 146; Geritz T062; Wentworth 784. On conscience in More's works, especially in the Prison Letters. Draws on Lewis's famous essay.]
  10. Marc'hadour, Germain. Saint Thomas More and Conscience. Moreana 113 (1993): 55–64. [Sum.: p. 120; Geritz F164.]
  11. Quarta, Cosimo. Thomas More: Testimone della Pace e della Coscienza. Fiesole: Edizioni Cultura della Pace, 1993.
    Review(s):
    1. Eliza Fabrizio, Moreana 121 (1995): 81–82.
  12. Koterski, Joseph, and Steven D.Smith. Response: Failed Politician? Saintly Statesman? Faithful Conscience! Reply: Continuing Conundrums, and Interrogating Thomas More: Questions and Discussion. Thomas More Studies 1 (2006): 138–51 + 152–57+ 158–69. http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/tmstudies/Koterski_Response.pdf and http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/tmstudies/SDSmith_Reply.pdf and http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/tmstudies/Interrogating_TM_QnD.pdf Audio recording available at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/conference2005.html. [Koterski's paper was technically a response to Stephen D. Smith's 2004 paper Interrogating Thomas More above. Smith, who was present at the 2005 CTMS Conference in Dallas, then replied to Koterski's "Response".]
  13. Cummings, Brian. The Conscience of Thomas More. Representing Religious Pluralization in Early Modern Europe. Ed. by Andreas Höfele, Stephan Laqué, Enno Ruge and Gabriela Schmidt. Pluralisierung & Autorität, Band 12. Berlin: Lit Verlag, 2007. 1–14. Revised version as Conscience and the Law in Thomas More. Renaissance Studies 23:4 (2009): 463–85. [Sum.: DOI] Rpt. in The Renaissance Conscience. Ed. Harald E. Braun, and Edward Vallance. Renaissance Studies Special Issues Series Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011. 4–5, 29–51.
    Review(s):
    1. Jonathan Wright, Reformation and Renaissance Review 11:1 (2009): 131–33.
  14. Curtright, Travis. Humanist Lawyer, Public Career: Thomas More and Conscience. [2009] See More and the Law
  15. Simpson, James. Rhetoric, Conscience, and the Playful Positions of Sir Thomas More. The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Literature, 1485–1603. Ed. Mike Pincombe and Cathy Shrank. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2009. 121–136. [Includes brief discussion of Sir Thomas More.]
  16. Strohm, Paul. Conscience. Cultural Reformations: Medieval and Renaissance in Literary History. Ed. Brian Cummings and James Simpson. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2010. 206–223. [Discusses Henry VIII (including Shakespeare's play, and Sir Thomas More.]
  17. Strohm, Paul. Henry VIII and Chancellor More. Conscience: A Very Short Introduction Oxford: OUP, 2011. 17–22.
  18. Merrigan, Terrence. Conscience and selfhood: Thomas More, John Henry Newman, and the crisis of the postmodern subject. Theological Studies 73:4 (Dec 2012): 841–869.
  19. Van Malssen, Tom. The State of Philosophy and Thomas More's Utopia. [2013] See Utopia: Social and Political Philosophy.
  20. Cummings, Brian. The Reformed Conscience. Mortal Thoughts: Religion, Secularity & Identity in Shakespeare and Early Modern Culture. Oxford : OUP, 2013. 67–91.
  21. Susanne, Hélène. Conscience in the Early Renaissance: The case of Erasmus, Luther and Thomas More. Moreana 51:197–198 (Dec. 2014): 231–244. [Sum.: pp.231–32. Deals with the influence of Jean Gerson.]

Miscellaneous Background

On More's Name, Coat of Arms, etc.

  1. Schoeck, Richard J. More, Erasmus, and the Devil. Notes and Queries 196 (1951): 313. [Geritz F287.]
  2. Schoeck, Richard J. More, the Devil, and Cardinal Morton: A Note on 16th-Century Name Devices. Notes and Queries ns 1 (1954): 193–94. [Geritz K015. On puns and Morton's name-device, and on More's coat of arms.]
  3. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More: Les arcanes d'un nom. Moreana 2 (1964): 55–70 + 3 (1964): 71–80 + 5 (1965): 73–88. Trans. and rev. by the author as A Name For All Seasons. Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 539–62, 667–72. [Geritz F162; Wentworth 239.]
  4. Cole, A. C. Sir Thomas More's quartering ... and a new old grant. The Coat of Arms ns 1 (1975) 126–31.
  5. St. Thomas More's Coat of Arms. Catholic Lawyer (inside back cover of every issue). rpt. in Moreana 53 (1977): 14.
  6. Reynolds, E. E. The Coat of Arms of Sir John More and His Descendents. Moreana 53 (1977): 11–14. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana53pages11-13.pdf

More's Signatures, Seals and Official Documents

  1. Meulon, Henri, and Jean-Pierre Lassalle. Une intaille antique. Moreana 10 (1966): 5–10 + 18 (1968): 49.
  2. Trapp, J. B. A Double Mise au Point. Moreana 11 (1966): 50–51.
  3. Reynolds, E. E., and Germain Marc'hadour. Another Signature. Moreana 12 (1966): 84–86. [The signatures of Wolsey and More on a letter of attorney (1527) to Baron Bergavenny.]
  4. Trapp, J. B. Dame Christian Colet and Thomas More. Moreana 15/16 (1967): 103–13. [Transcriptions of two legal documents concerning Colet's mother, signed by Thomas More and Thomas Lupset. Reproduces More's and Lupset's signatures.]
  5. English, Mark. Lost Autographs of John Skelton, David Lyndsay, and Thomas More? Notes and Queries ns 50 (2003): 385.

Thomas More's Travels

  1. Derrett, J. Duncan M. Withernam: A Postscript. [1963] See Thomas More and the Law.
  2. Rogers, E. F. Margaret of Austria's Gifts to Tunstal, More and Hacket After the Ladies' Peace. Moreana 12 (1966): 57–60. [Brussels, 24 September 1529; see Rogers/Herbrüggen #169B–#169F, #170, #171, #172, #172A.]
  3. Meulon, Henri. Thomas More à la Paix des Dames (1529). Moreana 15/16 (1967): 225–40 + 17 (1967): 5–14. [Geritz F204.]
  4. Meulon, Henri, intro. Un Sermon entendu par More: l'Oraison de la paix de Robert Ceneau à Cambrai (1529). Moreana 25 (1970): 31–40. [Geritz F203. Facsimile reproduction.]
  5. Marc'hadour, Germain. Tournai-Doorbijk comme la vit Thomas More. Moreana 46 (1975): 97–101. [On More's visit to Tournai in 1515.]
  6. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More dans l'histoire de Bruges. Moreana 97 (1988): 105–110. [Sum.: p. 176; Geritz F167. On Mary More (1732–1807), and More's missions to Bruges in 1515, 1520 and 1521]
  7. Wegemer, Gerard. Appendices: 1. Thomas More's Travels, 2. More's Travels Near London, and 3. Thomas More's London. Thomas More: A Portrait of Courage. Princeton: Scepter Publishers, 1995. 228–233 + endpapers. Rpt. in Wegemer, Gerard B., and Stephen W. Smith, eds. Appendix. Maps: The Life and Travels of Thomas More. A Thomas More Source Book. Washington, DC: Catholic U of America P, 2004. 366–371.

See also Utopia: More's Utopian Embassy of 1515.

Thomas More's London

  1. Wilby, Noel Macdonald. Footsteps of Blessed Thomas More in London. London: Catholic Truth Society, . [Worldcat OCLC 18260169. Guides the reader through London on a pilgrimage tour of sites and structures associated with the life of Thomas More.]
  2. O'Connell, J. R. Saint Thomas More as Citizen. Dublin Review 197 (1935): 37–52. [Geritz F224; Wentworth 159. On More's connections with London both before and after his entry into Royal Service.]
  3. Derrett, J. Duncan M. Thomas More and the Legislation of the Corporation of London. [1963] See More's Imprisonment and Trial.
  4. Birchenough, Edwyn, and Josephine Birchenough. Pilgrimage to More's Eltham. Moreana 4 (1964): 49–50. [Geritz F019; Sullivan S16.]
  5. Goulder, L., and D. Frasnay. Thomas More's London. Catholic Lawyer 13 (1967): 8–20. Rpt.from The Critic [Thomas More Association, Chicago] Vol. 3? Dec. 1965–Jan. 1966. [Geritz F092. Includes photographs.]
  6. [Reynolds, E. E., and D. O'Sullivan.] Thomas More's London. Ed. Germain Marc'hadour. Angers: Éditions Moreana, 1972. [A brief thirty-two page guide to geographical sites in London likely to be of interest to More scholars.]
  7. Ramsey, G. D. A Saint in the City: Thomas More at Mercer's Hall, London. English Historical Review 97 (1982): 269–88. [Geritz F254; Wentworth 160. On More's connections with the Mercers Guild; also deals with More's ancestry.]
    Review(s):
    1. David Bradshaw, Moreana 79/80 (1983): 103–04.
  8. Brigden, Susan. London and the Reformation. [1989] See Polemical Works: General Studies.
  9. Manley, Lawrence. The City and Humanism. Literature and culture in early modern London. [1995] See Utopia: Cities.
  10. Jones, Sarah Rees. Thomas More's Utopia and Medieval London. [2001] See Utopia: Cities.
  11. Christiansen, C. Paul. The Riverside Gardens of Thomas More's London. New Haven: Yale UP, 2005.
  12. Lochman, Dan. Between Country and City: John Colet, Thomas More, and Early Modern Perceptions of London. Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London (LiteraryL) 4:1 (Mar. 2006): Para. 1–28. http://www.literarylondon.org/london-journal/march2006/lochman.html
  13. Wegemer, Gerry, ed. Thomas More's England. A Guidebook. Dallas: Center for Thomas More Studies, 2008. Available at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/docs/TM%20Guide%20book-web%202008.pdf See also http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/map.html
  14. Arnold, Jonathan A. Profit and Piety: Thomas More, John Colet, and the London Mercery. Reformation & Renaissance Review: Journal of the Society for Reformation Studies 12:2/3 (Aug. 2010): 127–153. (DOI) Talk given at Gresham College, 9 June 2009 available online at http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/john-colet-and-sir-thomas-more-part-two
  15. Carpinelli, Francis. Thomas More, London's East Side and the 2012 Summer Olympics. Moreana 185/86 (2011): 184–210. French version selected and translated by Hubert Baudet as À l'Est de Londres. Amici Thomae Mori Gazette 24 (Autumn 2011): 21–25. [Sum.: pp.185–86. Includes some colour photos.]
  16. Phélippeau, Marie-Claire. Sur les pas de Thomas More. Amici Thomae Mori Gazette 24 (Autumn 2011): 26–30. [Includes some colour photos.]
  17. Barron, Caroline A. The Making of a London Citizen. The Cambridge Companion to Thomas More. Ed. George Logan. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2011. 3–21. (DOI)

More's Houses: Bucklersberry, Chelsea and More's Manors

  1. Gairdner, James, and Anonymous. Sir Thomas More's House at Chelsea. Notes and Queries Ser. 2, II (1986):324, 455. [Sullivan 2:9.]
  2. Hall, Mrs. S. C. Pilgrimage to the Home of Sir Thomas More. Harper's New Monthly Magazine No. III. . Vol. I. 289–296. Online at http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/newmore.pdf
  3. Davies, R. The Greatest House at Chelsey. London: John Lane, 1913.
    Review(s):
    1. TLS 5 Dec. 1913: 584.
  4. Allen, P. S. More and Netherhall. TLS 26 Dec. 1918: 654 + 3 Jan. 1919: 10. [Sullivan I:13. On More's first marriage to Jane (Joanna) Colt and on Netherhall, the house of his father-in-law, John Colt, in Essex.]
  5. Blunt, Reginald. The Glory of Chelsea. The Fame of Blessed Thomas More, Being Addresses Delivered in his Honour in Chelsea, July 1929. London: Sheed & Ward, 1929. 93–103. [Sullivan 1:87. On More as a gentleman-farmer, relates a passage in Utopia to Chelsea.]
  6. Sisson, C. Sir Thomas More and North Mimms. Review of English Studies 5 (1929): 54–55. [On property owned by the More family in Hertfortshire at Mymms.]
  7. O'Sullivan, Richard. The Old Church of Chelsea. Catholic Lawyer 2 (1956): 320–23, 349. [On More's parish church in Chelsea, and on the burial sites of More's head and body, and of Margaret and William Roper.]
  8. St. Thomas More's Tree. Catholic Lawyer 2 (1956): 15–21. [On a surviving Mulberry tree from More's garden and on the convent that occupies part of the original site of More's great house at Chelsea.]
  9. Reynolds, E. E. More's Manors and Other Notes. Moreana 12 (1966): 81–86.
  10. Reynolds, E. E. Relict of Sir John. Moreana 19/20 (1968): 24–26. [On the Gobions estate that belonged to Lady Alice Clerke, More's step-Mother.]
  11. Reynolds, E. E. The Mores and Hatfield. Moreana 23 (1969): 31–33. [Geritz F263.]
  12. Reynolds, E. E. A Right Fair House. Moreana 47/48 (1975): 5–10. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana47-48pages5-14.pdf
  13. Cowie, L. W. More's House in Chelsea. History Today 26:2 (1976): 118–24. [Geritz F044.]
  14. Reynolds, E. E. Butclose. Moreana 59/60 (1978): 5–8. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana59-60pages5-8.pdf
  15. Shanahan, Daniel. Thomas More's House in Chelsea. Essex Recusant 20:2 (1978): 76–82. [Sum.: G. M. Moreana 75/76 (1982): 66.]
  16. House, Seymour B. Sir Thomas More as Church Patron. [1989] See Ecclesiology: More and the Church.
  17. Thomson, Leighton. The Rebuilding of Chelsea Old Church. London: n.p., 1992. On the restoration of More's own parish Church (now Anglican), largely destroyed by bombing in 1941, and on More as Our Most Illustrious Parishioner.]
    Review(s):
    1. Clare M. Murphy, Moreana 113 (1993): 87.

More's Head, Burial and Relics

  1. O'Sullivan, Richard. The Old Church of Chelsea. [1956] See More's Houses.
  2. Albin, Hugh O. Canterbury: More's Head and a More Window. Moreana 37 (1973): 51–52. [Geritz I003; Sullivan S2:3.]
  3. Hackenbroch, Yvonne. Two Relics of Sir Thomas More. The Connoisseur Jan. 1977: 43–48. [Sum.: Moreana 57 (1978): 118. Picture of Cross reproduced in Germain Marc'hadour, Praying with Saint Thomas More (Angers: Éditions Moreana, 1998), p.56.]
  4. Albin, Hugh O. Opening of the Roper Vault in St Dunstan's Canterbury and Thoughts on the Burial of William and Margaret Roper. Moreana 63/2 (1979): 29–35. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana63pages28-35.pdf and http://www.apostles.com/thomasmorehead.html [Argues that More's head is buried with Margaret and William Roper in Canterbury.]
  5. Schulte Herbrüggen, Hubertus. Das Haupt der Thomas Morus in der St. Dunstan-Kirche zu Canterbury. Forschungberichte des Landes NordrheinWestfalen, No. 3083. Fachgruppe Geisteswissenschaften. Opladen: Westdeutcher Verlag, 1982. [Geritz F303.]
    Review(s):
    1. J. B. Trapp, Moreana 75/76 (1982): 59–61.
  6. Albin, Hugh O., and Hubertus Schulte Herbrüggen. Thomas More's Head Revisited. Moreana 78 (1983): 47–49.
  7. Hulse, Clark. Dead Man's Treasure: the Cult of Thomas More. [1994] See Iconography.
  8. Saint Thomas More - St Dunstan's Church, Canterbury. [1997] London: John Penten Productions, 1997. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3h0sQRqVWtk [A documentary following the opening of the Roper Family Vault in St Dunstan's Church, Canterbury. The video was released in 1997.]

Reception and Influence

General Studies

  1. Prescott, Anne Lake. Afterlives. The Cambridge Companion to Thomas More. Ed. George Logan. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2011. 265–87. (DOI) [Mainly on More's later reputation and on Utopia and Richard III.]

Moreana in the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries

  1. Donno, Elizabeth Story. Duo Thomae: A More Allusion. Moreana 7 (1965): 102–103. [Geritz I028. On a late 16th century allusion to Thomas More and Thomas Elyot.]
  2. Hoeniger, F. David. Three Amusing References to More in Peter Heylyn. Moreana 11 (1966): 39–42. [Geritz I051.]
  3. Dust, Philip. A Reference to More in Philemon Holland's Translation of Suetonius's Vitae Caesarum. [1971] See Latin Epigrams.
  4. Hornsby, Samuel. More's Utopia and Oliver Goldsmith's Auburn. Moreana 31/32 (1971): 197–98. [On Utopia and Oliver Goldsmith's The Deserted Village.]
  5. Garavaglia, Gian-Paolo. I Livellatori e l'Utopia. Moreana 31/32 (1971): 191–96. [Sum.: (Fr.) p.196; Geritz I044. On the Utopian aims of the English Levellers (1640–1660).]
  6. Lion, Antoine. The King of Utopia: une référence politique à More en 1647. Moreana 30 (1971): 67–68. [on Gibson 715 and the Levellers.]
  7. Marc'hadour, Germain. Early Stuart Additions to Gibson (and to the O.E.D.). Moreana 36 (1972): 91–92. [On utopical and aperies in the works of Sir John Haywarde.]
  8. Sorlien, R. P. Thomas More Anecdotes in an Elizabethan Diary. Moreana 34 (1972): 81–82. [Geritz I102. One is original, the other retold from Roper or Harpsfield?]
  9. Williams, Franklin B., Jr. Joe Miller on Thomas More. Moreana 38 (1973): 59–61. [Geritz H023.]
  10. Logan, John Frederick. Gilbert Burnet and his Whiggish Utopia. [1975] See Studies of the English Translations.
  11. Gury, Jacques. Thomas More in Thomson's Seasons. Moreana 50 (1976): 97–100. [Geritz I048.]
  12. Konecsni, Johnemery. Sir Humfrey Gilbert, Utopia, and America. Moreana 51 (1976): 124–25. [Geritz I056.]
  13. Gury, Jacques. Boswell, Paoli, et l'Utopie. Moreana 53 (1977): 39.
  14. Prescott, Anne Lake. Thomas Nash (1588–1648) and Thomas More. Moreana 59/60 (1978): 35–41. [Geritz I089.]
  15. Wooden, Warren W. An Unnoticed Sixteenth Century Reference to More's Utopia. Moreana 59/60 (1978): 91. [Geritz I124. On a reference to Utopia in John Foxe's A Sermon of Christ Crucified.]
  16. Tamura, Hideo. Utopia in Seventeenth-Century England. Moreana 64 (1980): 37–49. [Geritz I109; Wentworth 425.]
  17. Condren, Conal. The Image of Utopia in the Political Writings of George Lawson (1657): A Note on the Manipulation of Authority. Moreana 69 (1981): 101–105. [Geritz I023.]
  18. McCutcheon, Elizabeth. A Mid-Tudor Owner of More's Utopia: Sir William More. Moreana 70 (1981): 32–35. [Geritz I070.]
  19. McCutcheon, Elizabeth. Sir Dudley Digges and More's Utopia. Moreana 69 (1981): 79–80. [Geritz I072.]
  20. Panofsky, Richard J. An Unknown Sixteenth Century Reference to More's Utopia. Moreana 75/76 (1982): 38. [Geritz I084. A reference to Eutopia in a poem by Hugh Play (1571).]
  21. McCutcheon, Elizabeth. Sir Thomas Egerton. Lord Ellesmere on More's Utopia. Moreana 79/80 (1983): 15–16. [Geritz I074.]
  22. Sander-Regier, Raymond. A 1751 Citation from Utopia. Moreana 87/88 (1985): 68. [Geritz I096.]
  23. Gury, Jacques. The Image of Thomas More in the Enlightenment. XVII–XVIII [(Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles] no. 24 (June 1987): 53–61. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 95/96 (1987): 115 + 110 (1992): 71.]
  24. Gabrieli, Vittorio, and Giorgio Melchiori, eds. Appendix E: Harington. Sir Thomas More. A Play by Anthony Munday and Others. Revised by Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, Thomas Heywood and William Shakespeare. The Revels Plays. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1990. 252. [A short excerpt from the Metamorphosis of Ajax.]
  25. McCutcheon, Elizabeth. More's Utopia as Commonplaced in Edward Pudsey's Booke (Circa 1600). See Utopia: Studies of the Translations.
  26. Bradshaw, J. R., and Germain Marc'hadour. Thomas More in Two Almanacs of Oxford. [1992] See Iconography.

See also Utopia in the 16th and 17th Centuries, and Reprints, Translations, and Adaptations of More's Epigrams in the 16th and 17th Centuries.

Moreana in the 19th and 20th Centuries

  1. Acton, J.E.E.D. Lectures on Modern History. London: Macmillan, 1906, etc. 105, 141–42. Online at https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Lectures_on_Modern_History. [Sullivan S2:1.]
  2. Schoeck, R. J. Lord Acton's Views of Saint Thomas More. Moreana 12 (1966): 47–52. Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana12pages47-52.pdf [Geritz I098.]
  3. Birchenough, Josephine. A Morean Story. Moreana 17 (1968): 30. [Sullivan S2:16. Second half of 18th Century.]
  4. Morris, Eileen. Apologye and Apologia. Moreana 17 (1968): 31–32. [On parallels between More and Newman. See also Reynolds and Winkworth below.]
  5. Peebles, Bernard M. Thomas More in the Clavis Calendaria. Moreana 18 (1968): 7–10.
  6. Ainger, Canon Alfred. Sir Thomas More's Utopia. Moreana 23 (1969): 71–76. [Geritz R007; Sullivan S2:2. A 19th Century humorist's view of Utopia.]
  7. Pérez Martín, Maria Jesús. Jane Austen y la Utopía de Tomás Moro. Filologia Moderna [Madrid] 33–34 (1969): 115–120. [Although Austen never mentions More's Utopia, Martí points out certain parallels between More and Austen (under the influence of Samuel Johnson) as writers. See also Austen's sympathetic treatment of Richard III and criticisms of Henry VIII in her juvenile History of England.]
  8. Noakes, Aubrey. Lord Curzon on the Utopia: The Background Story of a Literary Find—Lord Curzon's Arnold Prize Essay of 1884 on Sir Thomas More. Moreana 31/32 (1971): 221–50. [Summ.: Geritz I083. An excerpt from the 242 page 1884 prize winning Arnold essay (on pp.227–50) of the 25 year old George Nathaniel Curzon, future Viceroy of India in 1895–1905.]
  9. Reynolds, E. E. Three Views of Utopia. Moreana 31/32 (1971): 209–14. [Geritz R337. Reynolds examines the views of Frederick Seebohm (1833–1912) (The Oxford Reformers), John Richard Green (1837–1883) (A Short History of England), and Sir Sidney Lee (1859–1926) (D.N.B.)]
  10. Wilde, Oscar. [From The Soul of Man under Socialism (1891).] Moreana 31/32 (1971): 214.
  11. Reynolds, E.E. From The Letters and Diaries of John Henry Newman. Moreana 47/48 (1975): 13. [On a reference to More in one of Newman's Letters in 1859. See also Morris and Winkworth.]
  12. Moser, Fernando de Mello. Had Byron Read Utopia? Moreana 49 (1976): 49–50. [Geritz I081.]
  13. Malhomme, Jocelyne. Disraeli on More's Utopia (1845). Moreana 62 (1979): 147–48.
  14. Winkworth, Margaret. More, Fisher, Newman and Truth. Moreana 63/2 (1979):63–65. [On a reference to More and Fisher by Newman in a letter of 1888. See also Morris and Reynolds above.]
  15. Doyle, Charles Clay. J. V. Cunningham and More's Cuckolded Astrologer. Moreana 75/76 (1982): 35–37. [Geritz I032. Moe's Influence on Cunningham's 1971 Poetry collection?]
  16. Strange, Roderick. Thomas More and John Henry Newman: A Study in Holiness. Clergy Review 70:11 (Nov. 1985): 387–94.
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 90 (1986): 45–46.
  17. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More dans un Almanac de 1812. Moreana 111/112 (1992): 41–42. [Sum.: p. 184.]
  18. Wyland, Russell M. Thomas More's Reputation in Nineteenth-Century England. Moreana 127/28 (1996): 37–56. [Sum.: pp.37–38; Geritz H025.]

More and America

  1. Doyle, Charles Clay. Echoes of More in American Folk Humor. Moreana 51 (1976): 145–47. [Geritz I029.]
  2. Emerson, Ralph Waldo. [From The Early Lectures.] Moreana 51 (1976): 25, 156. [Two references to More in Emerson's Early Lectures. For other pre-20th C American references to More in this issue, see pp. 22, 43, 80, 94, 101, 127. See also Zapatka below.]
  3. McNamara, Robert F. Who was William Joseph Walter? Moreana 51 (1976): 128–31.
  4. Marc'hadour, Germain. A Man for All States: New-World Notes of an Old-World Pilgrim. Moreana 51 (1976): 53–66. [Geritz H007.]
  5. Zapatka, Francis E. Hermann Melville and Utopia. Moreana 51 (1976): 153. [A brief note.]
  6. Teunissen, John J. and Hinz, Evelyn J. Roger Williams, Thomas More and the Naragansett Utopia. Early American Literature 2 (1976–77): 281–95. [Geritz I113; Wentworth 426.]

More, Germany and Scandinavia

  1. Konecsni, Johnemery. A Kantian Reference to Thomas More. Moreana 38 (1973): 55–57. [Geritz I055.]
  2. Kratz, Odile Rudolf Schneider: Die Dunkle Nacht (La Nuit Obscure). Moreana 45 (1975): 61–73 + 63/1 (1979): 59. [On the section Der traum des Heiligen (On the dream of the saint) in Schneider's dialogue? (1943) written during the Nazi era, see also Marc'hadour 1990 below.]
  3. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More in Friedrich von Hügel. Moreana 87/88 (1985): 90.
  4. Forster, Leonard. Zu Heines Wo? Modern Language Notes 101 (1986): 695–96. [See also Marc'hadour 1990 below.]
  5. Marc'hadour, Germain. Educateur, Journaliste, Martyr: Titus Brandsma (1881–1942). Moreana 97 (1988): 81–86. [Sum.: p. 175; Geritz I067.]
  6. Petersen, Erik. Sir Thomas More Beheaded. A Literary Miscellany Presented to Eric Jacobsen. Ed. Graham D. Caie, and Holger Nørgaard. Publications of the Department of English [University of Copenhagen] 16 Copenhagen: Publications of the Department of English, University of Copenhagen. 1988. 202–223. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 126 (1998): 74–76.]
  7. Marc'hadour, Germain. Echos de Thomas More chez Heinrich Heine. Moreana 103 (1990): 75–76. [Response to Forster above.]
  8. Marc'hadour, Germain. Le Thomas More de Reinhold Schneider. Moreana 103 (1990): 73–74. [Response to Krarz above.]
  9. Marc'hadour, Germain. Hitler's Victim Moltke (d. 1945) throws Light on Henry's Victim More. Moreana 111/112 (1992): 111–14. [Sum.: p. 184.]
  10. Sawada, Paul Akio. Ernst Troeltsch and Thomas More. Europa: Wiege des Humanismus und der Reformation. 5. Internationales Symposion der Amici Thomae More, 20. bis 27. Mai 1995 in Mainz. Ed. H. Boventer and U. Baumann. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1997. 363–75.

More and the Low Countries

  1. Wilby, Noel Macdonald. St. Thomas More and the refugees in Flanders. Dublin Review 199(): 315–329. [Worldcat OCLC 43248180.]
  2. Jacques, J. La Quinzaine Thomas More de Bruxelles. Moreana 1 (1963): 5–8. [On a exhibition in honour of Thomas More in Brussels in 1962.]
  3. Dermauw, Gerard. Retrospective sur Bruges et Thomas More. Moreana 36 (1972): 103–104. [Geritz R088.]
  4. Jacques, J. Rousbroec—Thomas More—Gezelle. Moreana 34 (1972): 17–22.
  5. Marc'hadour, Germain. La Bruges où vecut Thomas More. Moreana 41 (1974): 69.
  6. Brouwer, Piet. Thomas More dans le paysage social des Pays-Bas. Moreana 97 (1988): 101–104. [Geritz H001.]
  7. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More dans l'histoire de Bruges. [1988] See More's Travels.
  8. Leslau, Jack. The More Circle: The Antwerp/Mechelen/Louvain Connection. Europa: Wiege des Humanismus und der Reformation. 5 Internationales Symposion der Amici Thomas Mori 20. bis 27. Mai 1995 in Mainz. Dokumentation. Ed. Hermann Boventer and Uwe Baumann. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1997. 167–74.

More and France

  1. Delcourt, Joseph. Saint Thomas More and France. Traditio 5 (1947): 285–310. [Geritz F053; Wentworth 39; Sullivan 1:259. On More's contacts with France during his lifetime, and on his later reputation among the French.]
  2. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More dans les lettres françaises du 18e siècle. Moreana 11 (1966): 64–68.
  3. Davis, Natalie Zemon. René Choppin on More's Utopia. Moreana 19/20 (1968): 91–96. [On Choppin's account of Utopia in his De Privilegiis Rusticorum Libri Tres (1574). See also Germain Marc'hadour, Thomas More et René Choppin below.]
  4. Telle, Emile V. Thomas More, Theotimus et l'ivresse. Moreana 21 (1969): 15–17.
  5. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More et René Choppin. Moreana 26 (1970): 55–58. [Some additions to Davis's article above.]
  6. Schneider, Mical H. Thomas More as Viewed by Two French Jurists. Moreana 27 (1970): 107–10.
  7. Telle, Emile V. Étienne Dolet et Thomas More. Moreana 36 (1972): 33–38.
  8. Butler, Johanna, M. More in Sixteenth-Century France. Moreana 42 (1974): 21–22. [Geritz H002. On Maurice Scève.]
  9. Gury, Jacques. L'Utopie tous azimuts. Moreana 43/44 (1974): 65–66. [Geritz R175. Reviews some recent studies.]
  10. Lloyd-Jones. Kenneth. Thomas More and Maurice Scève's Délie. Moreana 42 (1974): 23–32. [Geritz I059. Sets Scève's reference to More's execution in the context of the themes and tensions of Délie.]
  11. Marc'hadour, Germain. Chateaubriand et Thomas More. Moreana 46 (1975): 103–105.]
  12. Gury, Jacques. Thomas More traduit par Thomas Rousseau ou une Utopie pour le Club des Jacobins. [1976] See Utopia: Studies of the Translations.
  13. Roussel, Jean. L'Emploi du Mot Utopia Chez George Sand. Moreana 58 (1978): 13–17. [Geritz I093.]
  14. Roussel, Jean. Rousseau, l'Utopie et Thomas More. Moreana 59/60 (1978): 47–53. [Geritz I094.]
  15. Gury, Jacques. Thomas More et l'Utopie vu par les sujets de Louis XV. Moreana 62 (1979): 51–62.
  16. Gury, Jacques. Thomas More en France à la fin du XVIIIe siècle. Moreana 70 (1981): 53–54. [Geritz R174. On references to Utopia in the Encyclopédie méthodique (1788) and its 1791 supplement.]
  17. Gury, Jacques. Thomas More en France de Voltaire à Hugo. Moreana 95/96 (1987): 119–l24. [Geritz H006.]
  18. Gury, Jacques. Nouvelles Lectures de l'Utopie. Moreana 95/96 (1987): 125–30. [Geritz R172. Reviews some recent studies]
  19. Smith, Christopher. Thomas More in the Works of Urbain Chevreau. Moreana 95/96 (1987): 89–92. [Geritz I101.]
  20. Minerva, Nadia. D'une définition à l'autre: surs quelques préfaciers français d'Utopia de Thomas More. [1992] See Utopia: Studies of the Translations.
  21. Marc'hadour, Germain. Désiré Nisard [1806–1888], lecteur d'Érasme et de More. Ed. J. Céard. Langage et Vérité: Études offerts à Jean-Claude Margolin. Geneva: Droz, 1993. 75–97.
  22. Biot, Brigitte. Berthélemy Aneau, Lecteur de l'Utopie. [1995] See Utopia: Studies of the Translations.

More and Italy

  1. Rebora, Piero. San Tommaso Moro e l'Italia. Civiltà italiana e civiltà inglese, studi e ricerche . . . Florence: Felice le Monnier, 1936. 49–82.
  2. Firpo, Luigi. Tommaso Moro e la sua fortuna in Italia. Occidente: rivista di studi politici 8 (1952): 225–41.
  3. Scaltriti, G. Tommaso Moro e Girolamo Savonarola, testimoni e profeti. Gli Americani di Tommaso Moro. Renovatio: rivista di teologia e cultura [Genoa] 3:1 (1968): 79–104. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 17 (1968): 84.]
  4. Wheeler, Thomas. An Italian Account of Thomas More's Trial and Execution. [1970] See More's Trial: Documents.
  5. Wheeler, Thomas. Thomas More in Italy: 1535–1700. Moreana 27/28 (1970): 15–23. [Geritz H021; Wentworth 129.]
  6. Corrigan, Beatrice. Sir Thomas More: Personage and Symbol on the Italian Stage. [1977] See Other Plays about More.
  7. Gabrieli, Vittorio. L'elemento italiano nella vita e nell'opera di Thomas More. La cultura 17:3/4 (1979): 235–70. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 69 (1981): 201.]
  8. Trapp, J. B. Supplementa Iconographica Moreana: Portraits of Thomas More in Italy and in Spain. [1979] See Iconography.
  9. Bertagnoni, Marialisa. Ironia e pietas: Alcune coincidenze fra Utopia e I Promessi Sposi. Miscellanea Moreana: Essays for Germain Marc'hadour. Moreana 100: Volume XXVI Mélanges Marc'hadour. Ed. Clare M. Murphy, Henri Gibaud and Mario A. Di Cesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 61. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1989. 235–43. [Sum.: pp. 242–43; Moreana 98/99 (1988): 159, 253–54; Geritz I011. On some parallels between More and Manzoni.]

See also Life of Pico

More and Portugal

  1. Moser, Fernando de Mello. More's Early Reputation in Portugal. Moreeana 57 (1978): 25–30. [Geritz H013; Wentworth 120.]
  2. Pina Martins, José V. de. L'Utopie de Thomas More au Portugal (au 16e et au début du 17e siècle). Moreana 69 (1981): 137–56. [Geritz H007. Includes brief discussion of Portuguese sources for Utopia (137–38).]

More and Spain

  1. López Estrada, Francisco. Santo Tomás Moro en España y en la América hispana. Moreana 5 (1965): 27–40. [Sum.: G.M. (Fr) p.40; Geritz I061.]
  2. López Estrada, Francisco. Quevedo y la Utopía de Tomás Moro. Homenaje a don Manuel Giménez Fernández. Seville: Universidad de Sevilla, 1967. 155–96. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 17 (1968): 68–69.]
  3. López Estrada, Francisco. Tomás Moro y el Brocense (1523–1601). Moreana 15/16 (1967): 395–400. [Sum.: G.M. (Fr) p.400.]
  4. Bataillon, Marcel. L'ostension prénuptiale utopienne et L'antique habit des Espagnes. Moreana 35 (1972): 57–58. [Geritz I008.]
  5. Konecsni, Johnemery. Inigo Loyola in More's London. Moreana 47/48 (1975): 52. [Loyola visited London three times between 1528 and 1531, but there is no evidence he met More.]
  6. Trapp, J. B. Supplementa Iconographica Moreana: Portraits of Thomas More in Italy and in Spain. [1979] See Iconography.
  7. Zavala, Silvio. Tomás Moro y los libros. Un eco de Sevilla, 1638. Diálogos [Review of El Colegio de México] 89 (1979): 39–40. Rpt. in Recuerdo de Vasco de Quiroga. Mexico: Editorial Porrúa, 2nd ed. 1987. 211–14.
  8. López Estrada, Francisco. Tomás Moro y España, sus relaciones hasta el siglo XVIII. Madrid: Editorial de la Universidad Complutense, 1980. [Geritz I063.]
    Review(s):
    1. Charles Lemarié, Moreana 69 (1981): 157–58 + 71/72 (1981): 169–71. Rpt. in Silvio Zavala, Recuerdo de Vasco de Quiroga, (Mexico: Editorial Porrúa, 2nd ed. 1987), 271–75.
  9. López Estrada, Francisco. Un centenario humanístico: Tomás Moro (1478–1978). Seis lecciones sobre la España de los Siglos de Oro. Homenaje al Marcel Bataillon. Seville-Bordeaux: Universidad, 1981. 11–38.
  10. Searle, William. More and Cervantes: The Utopian Isle of Barataria. American Notes and Queries 19 (1981): 141–44. [Geritz I100. See also Gabrieli's article.]
  11. López Estrada, Francisco. Tomás Moro en un Libro de Fray Alonso de la Torre, cartujo sevillano [Thomas More in a Book by Alonso de la Torre, a Seville Carthusian]. Miscellanea Moreana: Essays for Germain Marc'hadour. Moreana 100: Volume XXVI Mélanges Marc'hadour. Ed. Clare M. Murphy, Henri Gibaud and Mario A. DiCesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 61. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1989. 517–31. [Sum.: pp. 530–531; Moreana 98/99 (1988): 166–67, 261; Geritz I062.]
  12. Gabrieli, Vittorio. From Italy: Some Tentative Notes on More and Cervantes. Moreana 126 (1996): 83–87. [Geritz I042; Postscript: G.M. p.87. See also Searle above.]
  13. López Estrada, Francisco. Tomás Moro y Sevilla. Sevilla y la literatura: homenaje al profesor Francisco López Estrada en su 80 cumpleaños. Ed. Francisco López Estrada, Rogelio Reyes Cano, and Klaus Wagner. Serie Literatura, 46. Seville: Universidad de Sevilla, 2001. 161–73. [Partly deals with Herrera's life of More.]

See also Utopia, Spain, New Spain and America

More and Eastern Europe

  1. Ossinovsky, Igor N. Thomas More in Moscow. Moreana 19/20 (1968): 131–33.
  2. Gabrieli, Vittorio. Dream and Reality, and Utopia in Siberia. Moreana 23 (1969): 56 + 26 (1970): 80. [On a reference to Utopia in Solzenitsyn's The First Circle.]
  3. Ossinovsky, Igor N. Thomas More's Utopia in Russia. Eng. trans. by I. V. Victorov. Moreana 22 (1969): 33–38. [Geritz H014; Wentworth 398.]
  4. Marc'hadour, Germain (and Igor N. Ossinovsky) Morerasmiana en U.R.S.S. Moreana 37 (1973): 71–72 + 33 (1972): 50.
  5. Schoeck, R. J. A Note on Copernicus and Thomas More. Moreana 38 (1973): 58.
  6. Marc'hadour, Germain, and Ward Allen. Thomas More dans le Goulag, and More and Solzhenitzyn on Detachment. Moreana 47/48 (1975): 38 + 75/76 (1982): 45–46. [On a reference to More in Solzhenitsyn's Gulag Archipelago. see also Vittorio Gabrieli below for a similar reference in The First Circle. See Moreana 54 (1977): 117, for a reference to Utopia in Solzhenitzen's collection of essays From Under the Rubble. For another writer's reference to Thomas More in the Gulag, see Moreana 71/72 (1981): 174.]
  7. Tazbir, Janusz. Thomas More en La Pologne. Moreana 52 (1976): 25–38.
  8. Tazbir, Janusz. Thomas More in Poland. Trans. by Jan Aleksandrowicz. Acta Poloniae Historica 33 (1976): 5–21.
  9. Ossinovsky, Igor N. Thomas More in Dostoievski's Idiot. Moreana 67/68 (1980): 16.
  10. Szendrey, Thomas. St. Thomas More and East Central Europe: The Impact of his Christian Humanism. Text of a Lecture presented at the Gannon U. Thomas More Festival, Erie PA, 8 Feb., 1979. Pittsburgh: Duquesne UP, 1981, 1985. [Sum.: Moreana 95/96 (1987): 88; Geritz I108.]
  11. Znidarsic, Lilijana. Thomas More in Slovenia. Moreana 95/96 (1987): 83–88. [Geritz A056.]
  12. Tamura, Hideo. Perestroika and Thomas More in the USSR: A Checklist. [1992] See Thomas More Bibliographies.
  13. Tokarczyk, Roman A. The Reception of More's Utopia in Poland. Moreana 118/119 (1994): 169–200. [Sum.: pp. 298–99; Geritz H020. Includes bibliography in Polish. Some problems with the printing of Polish accented letters, especially the "dark l" (ł) in the Moreana article.]
  14. Znidarsic, Lilijana. Thomas More: A Christian Humanist in Independent Slovenia. Moreana 122 (1995): 57–61. [Geritz H026.]
  15. Szostek, Andrzej. Święty Tomasz Morus: Prawo władzy a prawo sumienia [St. Thomas More: the Rights of Power and the Rights of Conscience]. Ethos [Lublin] 57/58 (2002): 243–51, 277–84;, 288–91. [Sum.: Michel Taillé, Moreana 156 (2003): 104–108. Szostek outlines a moral-political profile of St. Thomas More. Includes an Appendix of quotations and John Paul II's Motu proprio of 31 October 2000 on Thomas More. See also http://www.ethos.lublin.pl.]
  16. Mazour-Matusevitch, Yelena. Thomas More's Utopia, Gilbert Burnet, and Peter the Great. [2015] Utopia in the 16th to 18th Centuries.

See also Moreana in Individual Libraries

More, Asia and Australasia

  1. Sawada, Akio. Thomas More in Japan. [1978] See Reference Works.
  2. Breunig, Jerome E. Thomas More in Korea. Moreana 64 (1980): 50–58. [On parallels between Thomas More and the Catholic Korean statesman John Chang Myun.]
  3. Byron, Brian, Some Events Held in Australia to Mark More's Centenary. Moreana 64 (1980): 110–11.
  4. Marc'hadour, Germain. South-Westward Ho!: More's Secretary on a Pacific Cruise. Moreana 64 (1980): 116–147. [On Marc'hadour's visit to Australia, New Zealand, and Japan to celebrate More's Quincentenary.]
  5. O'Neill, Mary. St, Thomas More—Quincentenary Celebrations in Dunedin, New Zealand, and Sir Thomas More Replayed. See Sir Thomas More: Performance History and Theatricality.
  6. Sawada, Akio. Thomas More in Japan. Moreana 64 (1980): 3–27. [Geritz A033.]
  7. O'Neill, Mary. Thomas More in the Pacific. See A Man for All Seasons: Film and Stage Reviews.
  8. McCutcheon, Elizabeth. Thomas More and the Utopia: Notes from Beijing. Moreana 77 (1983): 23–28. [Geritz R272.]
  9. McCutcheon, Elizabeth. The Utopia and Taiwan: An Addendum. Moreana 77 (1983): 29–30. [Geritz R275.]
  10. Hosington, Brenda, and Elizabeth McCutcheon. Thomas More and the Utopia: Notes from Chengdu. Moreana 83/84 (1984): 39–43. [Geritz R199.]
  11. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More et Shakespeare à Melbourne: Juillet 1992, and Morean Relics from Australia. Moreana 111/112 (1992): 33–38 + 39–40. [A report on Marc'hadour's 2nd visit to Australia.]

Reference Works

Bibliographies

N. B. Bibliographies of Individual Works by Thomas More are generally listed under the Work in question.

  1. Guthkelch, A. Bibliography. The Utopia of Sir Thomas More. Ralph Robinson's translation, with Roper's life and some of his letters . . . to which is added the Latin text of Utopia, reprinted from the first edition. Ed. George Sampson. Bohn's Popular Library. London: G. Bell and sons, 1910. 1914. 425–442.
  2. Delcourt, Joseph. Appendice II: Bibliographie des oeuvres anglaises de More. Essai sur la langue de Sir Thomas More d'après ses oeuvres anglaises. Montpellier: Roumégous et Dehan, 1913. Rpt. Paris: H. Didier, 1914. 362–401. 1914 Online at http://www.archive.org/details/essaisurlalangue00delcuoft [Discusses 1) the autograph letters (362–66); 2) other non-autograph manuscripts, including the Corpus Christi MS (366–77); and 3) early printed editions of More's works, including the English Poems (377–401).]
  3. Delcourt, Marie. Recherches sur Thomas More: la tradition continentale et la tradition anglaise. Humanisme et Renaissance 3 (1936): 22–42. [Geritz A006; Sullivan 1:260–61.]
  4. Engam, Miriam Rae. Sir Thomas More in the Twentieth Century. Madison: U of Madison Library, 1938. Typescript. [Sullivan 1:315. 200 items.]
  5. Klingele, Bertille. A Bibliographical Study of St. Thomas More. M.A. Diss. De Paul U, Chicago, 1945. [Sullivan 2:197–98.]
  6. Sullivan, Frank, and Majie Padberg Sullivan. Moreana, 1478–1945. A preliminary checklist of material by and about Saint Thomas More. Kansas City, MO: Rockhurst College, 1946. [Geritz A044; Wentworth 7. Rev.: see Larkin below.]
  7. Larkin, James F. The Status of Scholarship on St. Thomas More. American Ecclesiastical Review 117 (1947): 33–42. [Sum. Geritz A022; Sullivan (1965) 2:210. A review of the Sullivans' Checklist (1945); lists numerous items omitted by the Sullivans.]
  8. Sullivan, Frank. Syr Thomas More: A First Bibliographical Notebook Wherein betretyd divers maters compondyd & divisid by Frank Sullivan. Los Angeles: Loyola UP, 1953. [Geritz A043; Wentworth 6.]
  9. Marc'hadour, Germain. Thomas More aux États Unis. Études Anglaises 9 (1956): 315–22. [Geritz A025; Sullivan 2:283.]
  10. Emden, A. B. A Biographical Register to the University of Oxford. Vol. 2. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1958. 1305–08. [Geritz F073.]
  11. Gibson, R. W. St. Thomas More: A Preliminary Bibliography of His Works and of Moreana to the Year 1750. [1961] See R. W. Gibson Constance Smith and Updatings.
  12. Sullivan, Frank, and Majie Padberg Sullivan. Moreana: Materials for the Study of Saint Thomas More. 5 vols. Los Angeles: Loyola UP, Vols. 1–4: 1964–1968, + Index to Moreana 1971. [Geritz A045, A046; Wentworth 8. Index compiled by Marie Padberg Sullivan. Cited as Sullivan I–IV. See also Majie Padberg Sullivan's 1977 and 1985 Supplements below.]
    Review(s):
    1. (Vol. I: A–F, 1964) James Feeley, Moreana 5 (1965): 99–106.
    2. Marshall Smelser, Review of Politics 27 (1965): 550.
    3. (Vol. II: G–M, 1965) Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 9 (1966): 107–08.
    4. (Vols. I–II) Redmond A. Burke, Moreana 10 (1966): 81–82.
    5. (Vol. III: N–R, 1966) Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 13 (1967): 86–88.
    6. (Vol. IV: S–Z, 1968) Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 23 (1969): 103–05
    7. (Index 1971) Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 30 (1971): 71–73.
    8. Walter Gordon, Frank Sullivan, Moreana 47/48 (1975): 29–32.
    9. Marie Padberg Sullivan, (Frank Sullivan, 1912–1975,) Moreana 51 (1976): 5–7.
    10. E. E. Reynolds, (Turning the Pages,) Moreana 51 (1976): 13–22.
    11. Germain Marc'hadour, A Tribute to Majie Padberg Sullivan (1911–1991), Moreana 114 (1993): 64–74. (Includes a review of all the volumes.)
  13. MacDonald, William. Saint Thomas More and the Historians. American Benedictine Review 21 (1970): 425–40. [Geritz A024.]
  14. McConica, James K. Sir Thomas More, 1478–1535. The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. Edited by George Watson. Volume 1: 600–1660. 5 vols. Cambridge: CUP, 1974. Cols. 1792–1809, 1841–42. [Geritz A027; Wentworth 3. Geritz also lists earlier editions.]
  15. Zajac, Hal. Thomas More in The Catholic Lawyer. Moreana 51 (1976): 81–82. [Geritz A054.]
  16. Smith, Constance. More's Works in American Editions: A Summary. Moreana 51 (1976): 44–46. [Geritz A037.]
  17. Marmion, John P. Thomas More in Modern Studies. Clergy Review 62 (1977): 384–87. [Geritz A026.]
  18. Sullivan, Majie Padberg. Moreana: Materials for the Study of Saint Thomas More: Supplement and Chronology to 1800. Los Angeles: Loyola UP, 1977. [Geritz A047; Wentworth 8. Arranged alphabetically. Deals mainly with items before 1900. The Chronology gives a list of Moreana arranged by date to 1800. Cited as Sullivan S1.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 67/68 (1980): 134–36.
  19. Sawada, Akio. Appendix: A Preliminary Bibliography 1861–1978. Thomas More in Japan. Renaissance Monographs 8 Tokyo: The Renaissance Institute, Sophia University, 1978. 86–127. [Geritz A034; Wentworth 4. See also Thomas More in Japan (1980) in Thomas More, Asia and Australasia.]
  20. Jones, Judith P. Recent Studies in More. English Literary Renaissance 9 (1979): 442–58. [Sum. Geritz A019; Wentworth 2. Covers Moreana mainly from 1945 to 1976.]
    Review(s):
    1. Patricia Delendick, Moreana 70 (1981): 99–100.
  21. Beal, Peter, ed. Sir Thomas More. Index of English Literary Manuscripts. Vol. I: 1450–1625. 5 vols. London: Mansell; New York: R. R. Bowker, 1980. 1/2: 347–54. [Cited as Beal.]
  22. Bertagnoni, Marialisa. Lettera da Vicenza. Moreana 71/72 (1981): 131–53 + 93 (1987): 5–28 + 104 (1990): 74–86. [Geritz A001–A003. Bibliographical survey of More Studies in Italy. See also Guiseppe Gangale.]
  23. Kapótsy Béla. Recent Hungarian Writings about Saint Thomas More. Moreana 75/76 (1982): 39–43. [Geritz A020. See also A Dialogue of Comfort and Today's Hungarians.]
  24. Kohl, Benjamin G. Humanism in Great Britain. Renaissance Humanism, 1300–1550: A Bibliography of Materials in English. New York: Garland, 1985. 241–80. [Many citations for More.]
  25. Sullivan, Majie Padberg. Moreana: Materials for the Study of St. Thomas More: Supplement II. Los Angeles: Loyola UP, 1985. [Geritz A048; Wentworth 8. Arranged alphabetically. Deals mainly with bibliographical items published since the '60's, including many articles in the journal Moreana. Cited as Sullivan S2.]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 98/99 (1985): 133–38.
  26. Brouwer, Piet W. Les Pays-Bas Utopiens. See Utopia: Dutch Translations.
  27. Heilen, Hans. Moreana Materials in Dutch. Moreana 97 (1988): 97–100. [Geritz A016. See also Brouwer.]
  28. Geritz, Albert J. Recent Studies in More (1977–1990). English Literary Renaissance 22 (1992): 112–40. [Geritz A013. Continues earlier bibliography by Judith P. Jones in ELR.]
  29. Tamura, Hideo. Perestroika and Thomas More in the USSR: A Checklist. Moreana 110 (1992): 9–18. [Sum.: p. 18; Geritz A049. On recent Russian interpretations of More which go beyond the traditional Marxist view of More as a Utopian socialist to take into account the background of Renaissance Humanism. Includes bibliography in Russian. See also More and Eastern Europe]
  30. Lakowski, Romuald I. Appendix: Thomas More Bibliography. Sir Thomas More and the Art of Dialogue. Diss. U of British Columbia, 1993. 275–411. Online at https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/2084 An somewhat revised version of the Utopia section was published online in 1995 in Vol. 1:2 of the ejournal Early Modern Literary Studies and the remainder was published as an Electronic Offprint in 1996–97 in interactive EMLS. These bibliographies in turn provided the basis for The International Thomas More Bibliography (i.e. this bibliography).]
    Review(s):
    1. Germain Marc'hahour, Internet and Dialogue, Thomas More Gazette 7 (1997):32.
  31. Boswell, Jackson C. Sir Thomas More in the English Renaissance: An Annotated Catalogue. Intro. Anne Lake Prescott. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 83 Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1994. [Geritz A004. A compilation of all the references to Sir Thomas More in books listed in the STC Catalogue, covering the period 1500–1640. Cited as "Boswell".]
    Review(s):
    1. Elizabeth McCutcheon, Renaissance Quarterly 49:3 (1996): 636–638.
    2. Anne M. O'Donnell, Moreana 123/124 (1995): 155–157.
  32. Wentworth, Michael D. The Essential Thomas More: An Annotated Bibliography of Major Modern Studies. New York: G. K. Hall & Co.; London: Prentice Hall International, 1995. [Geritz A051. Wentworth's bibliography lists over 800 items, including some from the early 20th Century. All of the items listed in Wentworth's bibliography are included in this bibliography. Cited as Wentworth.]
    Review(s):
    1. Elizabeth McCutcheon, Utopian Studies 11:2 (2000): 198–202.
  33. López Estrada, Francisco. Publications Récentes Sur Thomas More et l'Utopie en Espagne et en Amérique Espagnole. Moreana 126 (1996): 41–50. [Sum.: p.118; Geritz A023.]
  34. Geritz, Albert J. Thomas More: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism, 1935–1997. Bibliographies and Indexes in World Literature, Number 54. Westport, CT: Greenwood P, 1998. [An excellent resource but numerous errors in Index and some doublets. See also Recent Studies in More (1990–2003) for more current bibliography. Geritz's bibliography lists about 1,650 items starting from 1935, divided into 22 sections (A–V) with independent numbering. Almost all of the items listed in Geritz's bibliography are included in this bibliography. Cited as Geritz.]
    Review(s):
    1. Elizabeth McCutcheon, Utopian Studies 11:2 (2000): 198–202.
  35. Boswell, Jackson C. References to Thomas More: 1641–1700. Moreana 151/52 (2002): 5–64 (With an Appendix by Germain Marc'hadour 65–68) + 155 (2003): 5–47 + 160 (2004): 4–39 + 161 (2005): 31–68. [Two more parts were planned (cf. 161:31, n.2) but never published.]
  36. Geritz, Albert J. Recent Studies in More (1990–2003). English Literary Renaissance 35 (2005): 123–55. [Continues Geritz's earlier bibliography in ELR above. Cited as Geritz 2003.]
  37. Gangale, Guiseppe. Thomas More: Bibliofilia moreana. http://www.santommasomoro.com/Libraria/Libraria.htm [Bibliography of editions and articles on Thomas More in Italian.]

R. W. Gibson, Constance Smith, and "Additions"

  1. Gibson, R. W. St. Thomas More: A Preliminary Bibliography of His Works and of Moreana to the Year 1750, Compiled by R. W. Gibson, With a Bibliography of Utopiana by R. W. Gibson and J. Max Patrick. New Haven: Yale UP, 1961. [Geritz A014; Wentworth 1. Cited as Gibson.]
    Review(s):
    1. Eugene F. Rice, Jr., Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte 54 (1963): 276–77.
  2. Smith, Constance. An Updating of R. W. Gibson's St. Thomas More: A Preliminary Bibliography. Sixteenth Century Bibliography 20. St. Louis: Center for Reformation Research, 1981. [Geritz A039.]
    Review(s):
    1. K. J. Wilson, Moreana 77 (1983): 97–99.
  3. Smith, Constance, and Ralph Keen. Updating an updating. Moreana 97 (1988): 137–40. [Geritz A021.]

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  1. Doyle, A. I. Addendum to R. W. Gibson's Preliminary Bibliography. Moreana 4 (1964): 111. [On John Cosin.]
  2. Gibson, R. W. More Ana for Moreana. Moreana 10 (1966): 10–12.
  3. Williams, Franklin B., Jr. Some More Allusions. Moreana 27/28 (1970): 83–86 + 29 (1971): 82. [Geritz A052. Adds 20 references to Gibson from 1525 to 1646.]
  4. Schoeck, Richard. An Allusion to the Utopia in Richard Smith's Buckler, and Another Smith on Utopia. Moreana 30 (1971): 58.
  5. Smith, Constance. Additional Locations for Thomas More's Utopia. [1971] See Utopia: Locations of Early Editions.
  6. Doyle, Charles Clay. Moreana of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Moreana 34 (1972): 47–55. [Geritz A011. 57 additions to Gibson.]
  7. Doyle, Charles Clay. Moreana of Tudor Times. Moreana 38 (1973): 13–20. [Sum. Geritz A012. 26 additions to Gibson.]
  8. Doyle, Charles Clay. Moreana, 1604–1660. Moreana 41 (1974): 11–18. [Summ: Geritz A010.]
  9. Doyle, Charles Clay. Moreana of the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries. Moreana 45 (1975): 53–60. [Geritz A009. Includes references to numerous translations from More's epigrams by John Donne the Younger.]
  10. Smith, Constance. Thomas More in America: A Census of Locations According to Gibson's Preliminary Bibliography. Moreana 51 (1976): 47–52. [Geritz A038.]
  11. Smith, Malcolm C. Reflections on the Fortuna of Thomas More. Moreana 65 (1980): 23–31. [Geritz A040. Adds 21 references to Gibson.]
  12. Kennedy, Richard F. Additional References to Thomas More in Renaissance England. Moreana 82 (1984): 19–23. [Geritz I054.]
  13. Prescott, Anne Lake. Renaissance References to Thomas More. Moreana 70 (1984): 5–24. [Geritz A030. Lists 79 references to More from 1555 to 1658.]
  14. Rude, Donald W. References to More in John Jones (1579). Moreana 83/84 (1984): 33–37. [Sum.: p.117; Geritz H015.]
  15. Rude, Donald W. Two Unreported References to Sir Thomas More. Moreana 91/92 (1986): 83–84. [Geritz I095.]
  16. Rude, Donald W. Some Unreported Seventeenth Century References to Sir Thomas More and Utopia. Moreana 101/102 (1990): 150–52. [Geritz H016.]
  17. Rude, Donald W. Some Unreported Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century References to Sir Thomas More. Moreana 101/102 (1990): 147–49. [Geritz H017.]

Moreana in Individual Libraries

  1. The Alfred Cock Memorial. Catalogue of Books, Portraits, &c., of the [sic = or] Relating to Sir Thomas More, collected by the late Alfred Cock, Q. C. Purchased and presented to the Corporation of the City of London as a gift to the Guildhall Library. [Guildhall Library, London]: Printed by Direction of the Library Committee, 1903. Full View at https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000670710. Rpt. Nabu P, 2010. [Sullivan 1:207.]
  2. Dauglish, A. F. Alfred Cock: His More Collection. Notes and Queries 168 (1935): 341. [Geritz D004; Sullivan 1:243. Donated to the Guildhall Library in London.]
  3. Kirchberger, C. Bodleian Manuscripts Relating to the Spiritual Life, 1500–1750. Bodleian Library Record 3 (1950/51): 155–64, esp., 161–62. [Sullivan 2:197. On three Bodleian manuscripts containing works of More.]
  4. A Handlist of Printed Books in Guildhall Library by or relating to Sir Thomas More. The Guildhall Miscellany 4: 11 (Oct. 1971): 44–60 + 1 plate.
  5. Hunter, David G. Thomas More in Washington, D. C. Moreana 51 (1976): 74–76. [Geritz A018.]
  6. McNamee, M. B. St. Thomas More at St. Louis University. Moreana 51 (1976): 23–25. [Geritz A028.]
  7. Spikes, Judith Doolin. The Thomas More Collection, College of New Rochelle. Moreana 51 (1976): 77–78. [Geritz A041.]
  8. Zajac, Hal. Moreana at the St. John's University Law Library. Moreana 51 (1976): 79–80. [Geritz A053.]

Exhibitions

  1. Appendix I: Catalogue of Relics, Portraits, Prints, Books, Documents, and Other Memorials of Sir Thomas More: As Shown at the Exhibition Held at the Beaufort Street Shrine, Chelsea 9th–13th July, 1929. The Fame of Blessed Thomas More, Being Addresses Delivered in his Honour in Chelsea, July 1929. London: Sheed & Ward, 1929. 117–29. [The catalogue of an exhibition held in 1929 at the convent built on part of the site of More's great house at Chelsea.]
  2. St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher. Bodleian Library Record 8 (1935/37): 66–72. [A list of works displayed at Oxford during an exhibition to celebrate the canonization of Sir Thomas More and Bishop John Fisher.]
    Review(s):
    1. TLS 23 May 1935: 336.
  3. Martins, J. V. de Pina, intro. Le centenaire de la naissance de Thomas More (1477–1535): l'Utopie: catalogue de l'exposition bibliographique au Centre culturel portugais. (Paris 24.XI–9.XII.1977). Paris: Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian, Centre culturel portugais, 1977. [Sum.: Marie-Claude Rousseau, Moreana 59/60 (1978): 90.]
  4. Roberts, K. The Thomas More Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. Burlington Magazine 120 (1978): 39–40 + 1 plate.
  5. Schulte Herbrüggen, Hubertus, and J. B. Trapp. The King's Good Servant: Sir Thomas More, 1477/1478–1535. London, The Boydell Press; Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1977. [Add. & Corr.: J. B. Trapp and Hubertus Schulte-Herbrüggen, (The King's Good Servant) Moreana 61 (1979): 43–50; Geritz A035 (and A050); Wentworth 5. Catalogue of the exhibition held at the National Portrait Gallery, 25 November 1977 to 12 March 1978 to commemorate the quincentenary of More's birth. Includes some reproductions.]
  6. Sir Thomas More, 1478–1535: An Exhibition. Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library 61 (1978/79): 3–7. [Report of an exhibition at the John Rylands Library.]

See also Iconography and Painting

Journals, Yearbooks and Websites

  1. Center for Thomas More Studies University of Dallas, Texas. Director: Gerard Wegemer. Website: http://www.thomasmorestudies.org [The Center for Thomas More Studies has sponsored an annual conference on Thomas More since 2005, and offers an extensive selection of texts and secondary articles in its online Library: http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/library.html]
  2. Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook Founding Editor: Richard L. DeMolen. Oxon Hill, MD: Erasmus of Rotterdam Society, 1981–2006; New Milford: Brill Academic Journals, 2007–Present. Index (incomplete before 2007) Online at http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/brill/eras
    Review(s):
    1. (One 1981) J.K. Sowards, Moreana 75/76 (1982): 63–66.
    2. (Two 1982) Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 83/84 (1984): 173–74.
    3. (Three 1983) Henri Gibaud, Moreana 83/84 (1984): 175–76.
    4. (Four 1984) Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 90 (1986): 61–63.
    5. (Six 1986) Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 97 (1988): 168–69.
    6. (Seven 1987) Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 97 (1988): 169–70.
    7. (Eight 1988) Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 101/102 (1990): 201–202.
    8. (Eighteen 1998) Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 142 (2000): 86–89.
  3. Moreana: Revue internationale bilingue sur l'univers de Thomas More. Founding editor Germain Marc'hadour. nos. 1–163 published by Angers: Éditions Moreana, 1963–2005. nos. 165–Present published by Peronne: Édition Moreana, 2006–. Website: http://www.amici-thomae-mori.com [NB. Cited by issue number, not volume number. no. 63/I = Gazette Thomas More, no. 1 (Fr.); no. 63/II = Thomas More Gazette, no. 1 (Eng.); Moreana 100 = Miscellanea Moreana: Essays for Germain Marc'hadour (Moreana 100). Ed. C. M. Murphy, H. Gibaud and M. A. Di Cesare. Binghamton, NY: MRTS 61, 1989. no.81 (1984) = Index 1963–1983; no.120 (1994) = Index 1984–1993; no. 162 (2005) = Index 1994–2003.]
  4. Thomas More Gazette/Gazette Thomas More. No. 1–No. 10. Angers: Moreana, 1979–1988. [Title applied to certain bilingual double issues of Moreana. From 1990 used for title of Annual Newsletter.]
  5. Thomas Morus Jahrbuch. Ed. Hermann Boventer. Düsseldorf: Triltsch Verlag, 1980–1999.
    Review(s):
    1. 1981 Conference Freidrich-K. Unterweg, Moreana 71/72 (1981): 99–100.
    2. (1982) Ingeborg Martin-Krumm, Moreana 87/88 (1985): 151–152.
    3. (1983–84) Katharina M. Wilson, Moreana 87/88 (1985): 38.
    4. (1984/1985) Rudolf Leinemann, Moreana 89 (1986): 107–108.
    5. (1985–86) André Bogaert, Moreana 98/99 (1988): 239–42.
    6. (1988) Martha Veithen, Moreana 101/102 (1990): 161–68.
    7. (1989) Francis Golffing, Utopian Studies 2.1&2 (1991): 173–74.
    8. Ralph Keen, Moreana 103 (1990): 113–14.
    9. (1990) Nicola Seling, Moreana 109 (1992): 103–107.
    10. (1992) Paul Akio Sawada, Moreana 117 (1994): 135–37.
    11. (1993) Martha Veithen, Moreana 121 (1995): 107–13.
    12. (1995) Larry W. Caldwell, Utopian Studies 9.2 (1998):173–74.
    13. (1996) Larry W. Caldwell, Utopian Studies 9.2 (1998):173–74.
    14. 1997/98) Stewart W. Riley, Utopian Studies 11:2 (2000): 229–31.
  6. Utopian Studies: Journal of the Society for Utopian Studies. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1987–Present. Index Online at http://www.utoronto.ca/utopia/journal/journalindex.html

Modern Biographers, Scholars and Editors

More Scholarship

  1. Delcourt, Joseph. St. Thomas More: Some New Aspects. Catholic World 148 (1939): 446–54. [Geritz F051; Sullivan 1:259.]
  2. Larkin, James F. The Status of Scholarship on St. Thomas More. [1947] See Bibliographies.
  3. Cepress, Sr. Mary Celestine. The Place of Thomas More in Twentieth Century Humanism. Catholic Library World XIX (1947): 182–84. [Sullivan I:179–80.]
  4. Schoeck, Richard J. Towards Understanding St. Thomas More: A Survey of Recent More Studies in America. Month ns 11 (1954): 42ff. Rpt. in Catholic Lawyer 2 (1956): 61–67.
  5. Watkins, David R. The St. Thomas More Project. Yale University Library Gazette 36 (1961): 162–68. [Geritz D013.]
  6. Schulte Herbrüggen, Hubertus. Das St. Thomas More Project der Yale University. Archiv 200 (1963): 194–96. [Geritz D011.]
  7. Sylvester, Richard S. (and Clarence Miller). Annual Newsletter: St. Thomas More Project Yale University. Moreana (1964–76, 80, 81, 83) 4: 18–22, 8: 43–50, 12: 66–70, 17: 27–29, 21: 99–101, 25: 49–52, 29: 63–65, 33: 47–50, 37: 45–50, 41: 83–87, 43/44: 87–91, 51: 41–43, 67/68: 63–65, 71/72: 127, 77/135–36. 1965 Newsletter available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana8pages43-50.pdf [Year by year reports on the progress of the More Project at Yale until Sylvester's death. Continued on an irregular basis by Clarence Miller.]
  8. Schoeck, Richard J. The Yale Edition of St. Thomas More. Editing Sixteenth Century Texts: Papers Given at the Editorial Conference, October, 1965. Ed. Richard J. Schoeck. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1966. 7–10.
  9. Reynolds, E. E. St. Thomas More: Recent Studies. Clergy Review 52 (1967): 712–15.
  10. Sylvester, Richard S. Editing Thomas More. British Studies Monitor 3:2 (1973): 4–17. Rev. vers. in Moreana 51 (1976): 26–37. [Geritz D012. A history of the Yale Edition from 1958–1973/76.]
  11. Reynolds, E. E. Flashbacks over Fourscore Years. Moreana 41 (1974): 61–64.
  12. The Quincentenary of the Birth of Sir Thomas More. Australian Law Journal 52 (1978): 352–53.
  13. Reynolds, E. E. Hagiographers. Moreana 57 (1978): 9–12. [Geritz F261. On G.R. Elton's Criticisms of R,W. Chamber's biography.]
  14. Shenker, Israel. Thomas More: 2 Million Words. New York Times Review of Books 25 June 1978: 3, 40–41. [On Moreana and on the Yale edition.]
  15. Sylvester, Richard S. Editing Thomas More: The Past and the Future. Moreana 58 (1978): 5–12. Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana58pages3-12.pdf
  16. Marius, Richard. Looking Back. Miscellanea Moreana: Essays for Germain Marc'hadour. Moreana 100: Volume XXVI Mélanges Marc'hadour. Ed. Clare M. Murphy, Henri Gibaud and Mario A. DiCesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 61. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1989. 555–62.
  17. Marius, Richard. Reflections on Writing the Biography of a Saint. The Portrayal of Life Stages in English Literature, 1500–1800: Infancy, Youth, Marriage, Aging, Death, Martyrdom. Essays in Honor of Warren Wooden. Ed. J. Watson, and P. McM. Pittman. Studies in British History 10. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellon P, 1989. 175–202. [Sum.: Albert J. Geritz, Moreana 109 (1992): 88. On More's persona in his writings, Roper's Life of More, and on the task of the modern biographer.]
  18. Schoeck, Richard J. Moreans from Chambers to Marc'hadour: Some Recollections and Reflections. Miscellanea Moreana: Essays for Germain Marc'hadour. Moreana 100: Volume XXVI Mélanges Marc'hadour. Ed. Clare M. Murphy, Henri Gibaud and Mario A. DiCesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 61. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1989. 539–46. [Sum.: Moreana 98/99 (1988): 167, 262; Geritz V046.]
  19. Kaufman, Peter Iver. Infallibly More: Moreana, 1963 to 1989. Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 11 (1991): 156–72. [Occasioned by the publication of Miscellanea Moreana. Not a review article but a review of More scholarship.]
  20. Miller, Clarence H., Elizabeth McCutcheon, and George M. Logan. On the Development of Thomas More Studies. Thomas More Studies 1 (2006): 125–30 + 131–32 + 133–37. http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/tmstudies/MillerBibliography.pdf and http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/tmstudies/McCutcheon_More_Scholarship.pdf and http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/tmstudies/Logan_Development_of_TM_Studies.pdf Audio recording available at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/conference2005.html.
  21. Lakowski, Romuald I. Digital Thomas More. Moreana 52:199–200 (June 2015): 273–85. [Sum.: pp.273–74.]

Modern More Scholars, Biographers, and Editors

For Obituaries in Moreana (1984–2003), see the sections In Memorium in the Index Volumes: 120:48 + 162:22.

  1. Ryder, Cyril. The life of Thomas Edward Bridgett: Priest of the most Holy Redeemer. (London: Burns and Oates, 1906. Available online at https://archive.org/details/lifeofbridgett00rydeuoft
  2. Dauglish, A. F. Alfred Cock: His More Collection. [1935] See Moreana in Individual Libraries.
  3. Sisson, Charles Jasper. Raymond Wilson Chambers, 1874–1942. Proceedings of the British Academy 30 (1944): 427–39. [See also H. W. Husbands' bibliography of Chambers in More Scholars: Bibliographies.]
  4. Stamm, R. Die Morus-Biographie von R. W. Chambers und ihre Auswirkung. Theologische Zeitschrift 7 (1951): 103–14. [Geritz A042.]
  5. Turner, Michael. Qui est Leslie Paul? Moreana 11 (1966): 21–25.
  6. Marc'hadour,Germain. Qui est Daniel Sargent? Moreana 8 (1965): 5–8.
  7. Allyn, E. Dr. Elizabeth Frances Rogers as Teacher. Moreana 15/16 (1967): 10–14.
  8. Reynolds, E. E. More's first modern biographer: T.E. Bridgett, C.SS.R. Moreana 15/16 (1967): 15–26.
  9. Rogers, E. F. Vita. Moreana 15/16 (1967): 5–9.
  10. Wright, L. B. A Note on R. W. Chambers. Moreana 15/16 (1967): 27–28.
  11. Reynolds, E.E. Sir James Mackintosh and Sir Thomas More. Moreana 34 (1972): 5–16. [Geritz I091.]
  12. McNamara, Robert F. Who was Theodore Maynard? Moreana 39 (1973): 5–13. [Geritz V031.]
  13. McNamara, Robert F. Who was William Joseph Walter? See More and America
  14. Marc'hadour, Germain. E. E. Reynolds: A Sampling of His Books. Moreana 71/72 (1981): 63–87. [Geritz V023.]
  15. Marc'hadour, Germain. Un sillage lumineux: Edward Louis Surtz (1909–1973). Moreana 77 (1983): 121–34. [Geritz R250.]
  16. Marc'hadour, Germain. Un Jubilé: le Thomas More de Daniel Sargent, Moreana 79/80 (1983): 215–16.
  17. Chabot, Caroline, and Germain Marc'hadour. Raymond Wilson Chambers (1874–1942). Moreana (1987) 93: 69–82 + 94: 83–96 + 105 (1991): 61–80. [Sum.: (Fr) 93: 110–11 + 94: 96 + 105: 80. Includes some letters of Tolkien and Lewis to Chambers.]
  18. Burrow, J. A. The Sinking Island and the Dying Author: R. W. Chambers Fifty Years On. Essays in Criticism 40 (1990): 1–23.
  19. Pajardi, Piero. In Comunione con Marialisa Bertagnoni nel ricordo di Tommaso Moro. Moreana 104 (1990): 53–59. [Geritz V040.]
  20. Miller, Clarence H. and M. Plant. Constance Smith: In Memoriam. Moreana 109 (1992): 115–116. [Includes brief bibliography.]
  21. Hosington, Brenda. In Memoriam: Arthur Barker. Moreana 111/112 (1992): 195–96.
  22. Plant, Monica. In Memoriam: Thea Bowman. Moreana 113 (1993): 115–117.
  23. Marc'hadour, Germain. A Tribute to Majie Padberg Sullivan, 1911–1991. Moreana 114 (1993): 59–78. [Sum.: p. 128.]
  24. Marc'hadour, Germain. W. E. Campbell and Thomas More. Downside Review 112 (1994): 62–67. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 118/119 (1994): 275.]
  25. Marc'hadour, Germain. Peter Milward, S.J.: A Salute on his 70th Birthday. St. Thomas More Gazette 4 (Nov. 1994): 25–26. [P. 26 also includes a tribute to Hideo Tamura.]
  26. Marc'hadour,Germain. Sir Thomas More (1934) by Christopher Hollis (1903–1977), Moreana 123/24 (1995): 117–26.
  27. Marc'hadour, Germain. Our Life with Thomas More. Thomas More . . . and More: Freundesgabe für / Liber Amicorum for Hubertus Schulte Herbrüggen. Edited by Christoph M. Peters and Friedrich-K. Unterweg. Franfort am Main; New York: Peter Lang, 2002. 60–70. [Sum.: Gerhard Helmstaedter, Moreana 156 (2003): 111. A Tribute to Schulte Herbrüggen, see also Unterweg below.]
  28. Unterweg, Friedrich-K. Hubertus Schulte Herbüggen. Vier Jahrsehnte Thomas-Morus-Forschung—und mehr [Four Decades of Thomas More Research—and More]. Thomas More . . . and More: Freundesgabe für / Liber Amicorum for Hubertus Schulte Herbrüggen. Edited by Christoph M. Peters and Friedrich-K. Unterweg. Franfort am Main; New York: Peter lang, 2002. 151–181. [Sum.: pp.423–24.]
    Review(s):
    1. Gerhard Helmstaedter, Moreana 156 (2003): 110–11.
  29. Everett, Dorothy; rev. John D. Haigh. Raymond Wilson Chambers (1874–1942). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Online. (DOI)
  30. Pollard, A.F.; rev. Rosemary Mitchell. Thomas Edward Bridgett (1829–1899). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Online. (DOI)
  31. Ackland, Michael. Modern Biographies of Sir Thomas More. A Companion to Thomas More. Ed. A. D. Cousins, and Damian Grace. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2009. 39–52. [Sum.: p.12. Discusses the "Biographies" of Chambers, Greenblatt, Marius, Martz, Ackroyd, and Guy.]
  32. In memoriam Paul Akio Sawada. Moreana 53:199–200 (June 2015): 7–9.
  33. Words from Amici. Liber Amicorum: A Collection of Essays by Elizabeth McCutcheon (Moreana Special Issue) Moreana Moreana 52:201–202 (2015): i–xxxiv.

More Scholars: Bibliographies

  1. Baker-Smith, Dominic. Dominic Baker-Smith: A Bibliography. Challenging Humanism: Essays in Honor of Dominic Baker-Smith. Ed. Ton Hoenselaars, and Arthur F. Kinney. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, 2005. 311–17.
  2. Barker, Arthur Edward. A Selected List of the Publications and Lectures of Arthur Edward Barker. By J. Couchman. Familiar Colloquy: Essays Presented to Arthur Edward Barker. Ed. P. Brückmann. Ottawa: Oberon P, 1978. 227–30.
  3. Bradner, Leicester. Bibliography of Leicester Bradner. The Drama of the Renaissance: Essays for Leicester Bradner. Ed. E. M. Blistein. Providence, RI: Brown UP, 1970. 197–99.
  4. Chambers, R. W. A Bibliography of the Works of R. W. Chambers. By H. W. Husbands Proceedings of the British Academy 30 (1944): 440–45. [See also Sisson's article in More Scholars, Biographers, and Editors.]
  5. Elton, G. R. Bibliography of the writings of G. R. Elton, 1946–1981. Tudor Rule and Revolution: Essays for G. R. Elton from his American Friends. Ed. Delloyd J. Guth, and John W. McKenna. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1982. 393–407.
  6. López Estrada, Francisco. Bibliografía. Sevilla y la literatura: homenaje al profesor Francisco López Estrada en su 80 cumpleaños. Ed. Francisco López Estrada, Rogelio Reyes Cano, and Klaus Wagner. Serie Literatura, 46. Seville: Universidad de Sevilla, 2001. 57–97. [For articles on More and Utopian Literature, see also pp.171–73.]
  7. Marc'hadour, Germain. Germain Marc'hadour: Cursus et Ouvrages. http://www.amici-thomae-mori.com [About 140 publications are listed, but the list is not by any means exhaustive. In the French section of http://www.amici-thomae-mori.com. Click on Univers de Thomas More.]
  8. Marc'hadour, Germain. Les livres et les heures de Germain Marc'hadour: Bio-bibliographie. By Marie-Claude Rousseau. Miscellanea Moreana: Essays for Germain Marc'hadour. Moreana 100: Volume XXVI Mélanges Marc'hadour. Ed. Clare M. Murphy, Henri Gibaud and Mario A. DiCesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 61. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1989. 3–8.
  9. Elizabeth McCutcheon's Bibliography. By Romuald I. Lakowski. Liber Amicorum: A Collection of Essays by Elizabeth McCutcheon (Moreana Special Issue) Moreana Moreana 52:201–202 (2015): 401–411.
  10. Miller, Clarence. Bibliography of Clarence Miller. Moreana 135/36 (1998): 245–250.
  11. Margaret Mann Phillips: A Bibliography. By Virginia W. Callahan. Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 1 (1981): 4–7. [See also pp.1–4 for a brief account of Phillips.]
  12. Rice, Eugene F., Jr. Bibliography of the Works of Eugene F. Rice, Jr., 1950–1989. By L. Rice, Renaissance Society and Culture: Essays in Honor of Eugene F. Rice, Jr. New York: Italica P, 1991. xxi–xxiv.
  13. Schulte Herbrüggen, Hubertus. Hubertus Schulte Herbrüggen. Schriftenverzeichnis / List of Publications. Thomas More . . . and More: Freundesgabe für / Liber Amicorum for Hubertus Schulte Herbrüggen. Edited by Christoph M. Peters and Friedrich-K. Unterweg. Franfort am Main; New York: Peter lang, 2002. 433–40.
  14. Surtz, Edward. Edward Surtz: BioBibliography. Moreana 31/32 (1971): 7–11.
  15. Sylvester, Richard S. Bibliography for Richard S. Sylvester. By Constance Smith, and J. P. Warren. Moreana 62 (1979): 27–30.
  16. Thompson, Craig R. Publications of Craig R. Thompson on Sixteenth-Century Subjects. Essays on the Works of Erasmus. Ed. R. L. DeMolen. New Haven: Yale UP, 1978. 267–69.
  17. Trapp, J. B. A List of the Publications of J. B. Trapp, with a Selection of Reviews. By J. Perkins. England and the Continental Renaissance: Essays in Honour of J. B. Trapp. Ed. E. Chaney and P. Mack. Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell Press, 1990. 295–301.

Reports on Conference Papers

  1. Murray, Francis. The Spirituality of Thomas More. Report on the Conference held by the Amici Thomae Mori at The Cenacle Retreat and Conference Centre, Burnham, Bucks., 26–28 June 1970. Moreana 27/28 (1970): 89–91.
  2. Murray, Francis. Thomas More: The Theologian. Report on the Second Annual Conference of the Amici Thomae Mori at the Cenacle and Conference Centre, Burnham, Bucks., 2–4 July 1971. Moreana 33 (1972): 33–35.
  3. Wooden, Warren W. A Thomas More Retrospective: Villanova 29 September 1979. Moreana 67/68 (1980): 77–79.
  4. Murphy, Clare M. Thomas More at Villanova 1980. Moreana 73 (1982): 77–79.
  5. Geritz, Albert J., Andrew Mclean (1979), R. M. Plant (1986–88), and Dale B. Billingsley (1992). Thomas More and his Circle: International Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan. (1979, 1981, 1983–87, 1990–92, 1994–96, 1998–2002, 2004). Moreana (1980–2004) 67/68: 73–75, 71/72: 97–98, 79/80: 109–10, 83/84: 77–78, 87/88: 39–40, 94: 35–38, 101/102: 153–60, 105: 85–87, 111/112: 133–35, 137–38, 121: 29–31, 122: 63–65, 126: 51–53, 134: 35–36, 138: 33–37, 142: 45–48, 145: 27–30, 147/48: 41–45, 160: 106–109.
  6. Foley, Michael. A Saint on Trial: Analyzing the Condemnation of Sir Thomas More. Moreana 46: 176 (2009): 25–29. Slightly different version available online at First Things Web Exclusive: 12-4-08. http://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2008/12/a-saint-on-trial-analyzing-the [Report on the fourth annual conference of the Center for Thomas More Studies, University of Dallas, 7–9 November 2008: Thomas More on Trial. See also Gerard Wegemer, Introduction, pp.23–24.]

Surveys of Criticism

  1. Tucker, Martin, ed. The Beginnings to the Seventeenth Century. Vol. 1 of Moulton's Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors: Through the Beginning of the Twentieth Century. 4 vols. New York: Frederick Ungar, rev. ed. 1966. 1: 91–98.
  2. Tucker, Martin, ed. The Critical Temper: A Survey of Modern Criticism on English and American Literature from the Beginnings to the Twentieth Century. 4 vols. New York: Frederick Ungar, vols. 1–3: 1969, vol.4: 1979. 1: 215–34 + 4: 96–102.
  3. Person, James E., Jr., ed. Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800. Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1989. Vol. 10: 353–456. [Part of a multivolume series.]
    Review(s):
    1. Elizabeth McCutcheon, Moreana 101/102 (1990): 209–11.

Unclassified Dissertations on More

  1. Phillips, Elias H. Humanitas in Tudor Literature. Diss. U of Pennsylvania, 1949. [Geritz G071.]
  2. Toups, Noel Joseph. Sir Thomas More, Humanist and Hero: A Man for Ages. Diss. Louisiana State U and Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1980. [Sum.: DA (42) 717A-18A; Geritz I114.]
  3. Gentrup, William Frederick. Political Applications of Classical Friendship in Renaissance Literature. Diss. Arizona State U, 1987. [Geritz G031.]
  4. Diamond, Jeff Barja. Politics and Play-Acting in the European Renaissance. Diss. McGill U (Montreal), 1992. [Geritz G018.]
  5. Burns, John Lanier. Justice in Thomas More. Diss. U of Texas-Dallas, 1993. [Geritz G010.]
  6. Dolan, Patrick Anthony, Jr. Execution and the Body in the Works of Thomas More. Diss. U of Iowa, 1994. [Geritz G019.]
  7. Gleckman, Jason. Sixteenth-Century Parody. Diss. U of Wisconsin-Madison, 1994. {Geritz G032.]
  8. Barnett, Mary Jane. The Hermeneutics of Proteus: Linguistic Praxis and Sixteenth-Century Humanism. Diss. U of Maryland-College Park, 1995. [Geritz G004.]