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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Opera Omnia, Correspondence and Humanistic Works
Polemical and Devotional Works and Trial
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)
Part I: Fisher, Colet and the Carthusians
Part II: Early English English Renaissance (A—H)
Part III: Early English English Renaissance (J—W)
Dame Alice More and Joanna More
More's Family, Friends and Descendents: 16th Century
John Donne and Thomas More
More's Family and Descendents: 17th and 18th Centuries
More and Budé
More and Erasmus
More and Vives
More and Fisher
More and Charles V
More and Elyot
More and Cromwell
Protestant Treatments of More
Desiderius Erasmus (Allen #999, etc.)
William Roper (1496–1578)
Nicholas Harpsfield (1519–1575)
The Rastell Fragments
Ro. Ba. [Sir Robert Basset?]
Ellis Heywood's Il Moro
Fernando de Herrera (c1534–1597)
Maurice Chauncy (c.1509–1581)
John Hoddesdon (c. 1632–1659)
Domenico Regi (born 1608)
Historical Treatments of More
Other Early Biographers
William Rastell's 1557 Edition and Other Early Editions
19th Century Biographies (1800–1913)
Modern Biographies (1914–1963)
Modern Biographies (1964–Present)
Collections of Saints Lives
Essays, Sermons and Addresses
Sir Thomas More as Paterfamilias.Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 12 (1992): 87–102.
Catholicism, Kinship, and the Public Memory of Sir Thomas More.Journal of Ecclesiastical History 53 (2002): 476–509. (DOI)
Fathers and Daughters in Holbein's Sketch of Thomas More's Family. See Iconography: Family Portraits.
Sir Thomas More: His Nephews and Nieces. Literary connections: The Rastells, the Heywoods, and the Donnes.(© Martin Wood, 11th July 2008). 4p. http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/docs/More_Nephews_Nieces.pdf
The Family and Descendants of Sir Thomad More: Principal Line of Descendants through Thomas More's One Son, John.(© Martin Wood, 18th Nov. 2008). 12p. http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/docs/Descendants_John.pdf [Information derived from Wood's The Family and Descendants of St Thomas More.]
Preface to A Devout Treatise on the Pater Noster.Vives and the Renascence Education of Women. London: Edward Arnold; New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1912. 159–73. Rpt. Totowa, NJ: Rowman & Littlefield, 1971. [Sullivan 4:272. The same volume also contains Hyrde's translation of Vives' De institutione foeminae christianae. and
The School of Sir Thomas More(175–194).]
Erasmus' Paraphrase of the Pater Noster (1523) with its English Translation by Margaret Roper (1524).Moreana 7 (1964): 9–63. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana7pages9-63.pdf
A Devout Treatise Upon the Pater Noster by Desiderius Erasmus. Translated by Margaret More Roper.Moreana (1966) 9: 65–92 + 10: 91–110 + 11: 109–118. [Modernized English text of Margaret Roper's translation, together with a French translation (of the English) on facing pages.]
Correspondance entre Érasme et Margaret Roper. See Thomas More: Correspondence.
Défence et illustration des humanités feminines.By Richard Hyrde. Moreana 13 (1967): 5–24. [Richard Hyrde's Preface to Margaret Roper's translation. English text and French translation on facing pages.]
A Devout Treatise Upon the Pater Noster . . . by Desiderius Erasmus. Translated by Margaret More Roper.Erasmus of Rotterdam: A Quincentennial Symposium. Ed. R. DeMolen. New York: Twayne, 1971. 93–124, 139–40.
I Dilectos filios di Tommaso Moro: La Corrispondenza tra Erasmo e Margaret Roper. See Thomas More: Correspondence.
Margaret Roper's Translation of Erasmus is also available online through the Women Writers Project at Northeastern University, www.wwp.northeastern.edu [Subscription].
A Treatise upon the Pater Noster.The Thought and Culture of the English Renaissance: An Anthology of Tudor Prose, 1481–1555. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1956. 428–33. [An excerpt from Margaret Roper's translation of A Devout Treatise.]
The Learned Woman in Tudor England: Margaret More Roper. See Studies.
Stapleton mentions that Margaret Roper wrote in both
prose and verse (
soluta et pedestri oratione),
but does not quote any of her verse, see Tres Thomae 237;
Hallett 112 .
Thomas More and John Fisher.Notes and Queries 1st series, 4 (1851): 417. [Sullivan 2:63–64; Malcolm Sinclair, Amici Thomae Mori Gazette 32 (Autumn):26(quote the entire note?). This is the same poem that Henri Meulon later identified (on the basis of handwriting) as being Margaret Roper's.]
Un Poème Inédit de Thomas More? See Thomas More: English Poems.
A Poem by Margaret More Roper?Notes and Queries 56:4 (Dec. 2009):502–507. (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1093/notesj/gjp206) [Sum.: Online. Not the same as the poem below.]
Two Neglected Poems of Thomas More and a Poem of Margaret Roper's. See Thomas More: English Poems.
Another Poem by Margaret Roper?Moreana 53:203/204 (June 2016): 293–94.
Margaret Roper in Stapleton
(1588) (Trans. Hallett, 1928: 112–119).
Margaret Roper.The history of the worthies of England . . . London: J.G., W.L. and W.G. (for Thomas Williams), 1662. Rpt. in The Worthies of England (1662). Ed. J. Freeman. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1952. 358–59. [Gibson 305; Wing F2440 and F2441; ESTC R37357 and R6196. Margaret Roper among the
Memoirs of Margaret Roper.Memoirs of Several Ladies of Great Britain, Who Have Been Celebrated for Their Writings or Skill in the Learned Languages, Arts, and Sciences. Oxford: W. Jackson, 1752. 38–61. Available Online at http://books.google.com/books?id=GnxBAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA38 Modern Edition. Ed. Ruth Berry. Detroit MI: Wayne State UP, 1985. 85–101. [ESTC T94574. See also pp.146–152 for brief memoirs of Elizabeth Dauncy, Cecily Heron, Margaret Clement and Mary Roper Basset]
Margaret Roper.in Vol. 1 of Parley's lives of eminent Men. 2 vols. Boston: Shephard, Clark & Brown, [1840?]. [Worldcat OCLC 37047696. Includes many biographies of women.]
Margaret Roper, the devoted daughter.in Notable women: stories of their lives and characteristics: a book for young ladies. Series for young ladies No.I. London: Dean and Son, 1859–60, 1875. [Worldcat OCLC 319588346. 9 biographies.]
Margaret Roper.in The heroines of domestic life. London: Routledge, Warne & Routledge, 1861. 403p. [Worldcat OCLC . 22 biographies.]
Sir Thomas More's Daughter.in A Book of Golden Deeds. London: Blackie & Son, Ltd., n.d. . 217–225. Online at https://ia600405.us.archive.org/0/items/bookofgoldendeedyong/bookofgoldendeedyong.pdf and http://www.digital.library.upenn.edu/women/yonge/deeds/daughter.html
Margaret Roper, The Loved daughter of Sir Thomas More.in Famous girls: who have become illustrious women of our time, forming models for imitation by the young women of England. London: Virtue & Co., [1864?]. Rpt. 18th ed. London: W. Swan Sonnenschein & Allen, 1880, 1–27. Rpt. Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press . Online at https://archive.org/details/famousgirlswhoh00dartgoog. [Sullivan 1:238.]
Margaret More; Mrs. Roper; Born 1508, Died 1544.Biographies of Good Women. Edited by Charlotte M. Yonge. London: J. and C. Mozley, 1865. 33–66. Online at https://archive.org/details/BiographiesOfGoodWomen. [Sullivan 1:236–37.]
A father's solace (Margaret Roper).in Gallant women: yarns for girls. London: The National Sunday School Union, 1936. 130p. [Worldcat OCLC 78733706. 14 biographies. Juvenile.]
St. Thomas More'sAve Maria 55 (1942): 781–84. [Sullivan 1:213–14.]Meg.
Margaret Roper.Famous girls of the past. London: Epworth Press, 1966. 144p. [Worldcat OCLC 975459. 10 biographies. Juvenile.]
Margaret More-Roper.Töchter berühmter Männer: neun biographische Portraits. Ed. Luise F. Pusch. Insel Taschenbuch, 979. Frankfurt am Main: Insel, 1988. 467p. [Worldcat OCLC 19906808. 9 biographies.]
Margaret More.Contemporaries of Erasmus: A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation. Ed. P. G. Bietenholz, and T. B. Beutscher. 3 vols. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1985–87. Vol. 2: 455–56.
Margaret More Roper (1505–1544).Outrageous women of the Renaissance. New York: John Wiley, c1999. 117p. [Worldcat OCLC 39545344. 15 biographies. Juvenile.]
For Plays about Margaret Roper, see Other Plays about Thomas More.
For Bibliographies of Margaret Roper, see McCutcheon (1987:477–80) and Beilin (2009:xxxiv–xxxvi).
Margaret Roper: Her Descendents.Notes and Queries 168 (1935): 191, 245–47, 284, 356. [Geritz F119; Sullivan 1:1–2 and 2:116.]
Margaret Roper's English Version of Erasmus' Precatio Dominica and the Apprenticeship Behind Early Tudor Translation.Review of English Studies 13 (1937): 257–71. Rpt. in Early Tudor Women Writers. Ed. Elaine V. Beilin. Ashgate Critical Essays on Women Writers in England, 1550–1700, Volume 1. Farnham, England: Ashgate, c2009. 3–17. 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. 250–57.
Erasmus Englished by Margaret More.Clergy Review 43 (1958): 78–91. [Geritz V024.]
English Translators of Erasmus, 1522–1557.Editing Sixteenth Century Texts: Papers Given at the Editorial Conference, October, 1965. Ed. R. J. Schoeck. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1966. 43–58. [Geritz V008.]
The Instruction of a Christian Woman: Richard Hyrde and the Thomas More Circle.Moreana 45 (1975): 5–15. [Geritz J004. On Richard Hyrde's Preface to Margaret Roper's translation of Erasmus' Precatio Dominica. See also Pamela Benson's article in More: Feminism and Education.]
Margaret Roper Charms Washington Irving.Moreana 67/68 (1980): 47–50.
Funiculus Triplex: Margaret Roper and Thomas More.Moreana 78 (1983): 93–97. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana78pages93-97.pdf [Geritz F156. On Roper's, Pole's and Stapleton's descriptions of Margaret's final meeting with her father at the Tower Wharf.]
Une Machabée Moderne: Margaret Roper, vue par le Père Pierre Le Moyne (1647).Moreana 82 (1984): 33–40. [Geritz V021. Includes facsimile of text.]
Margaret More-Roper, un modèle érasmien de virago.Acta Universitatis Lodziensis, Folia Litteraria 14 (1985): 105–28. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 95/96 (1987): 183–84.]
Margaret More Roper's Personal Expression in the Devout Treatise Upon the Pater Noster.Silent But for the Word: Tudor Women as Patrons, Translators, and Writors of Religious Works. Ed. M. P. Hannay. Kent, OH: Kent State UP, 1985. 30–42, 260–64. 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. 257–66.
Pierre Le Moyne's Encomium of Margaret Roper, Translated by John Paulet, Marquis of Winchester (1652).Moreana 90 (1986): 47–53. [Geritz V022. Includes facsimile of text.]
Learning and Virtue: Margaret More Roper.Redeeming Eve: Women Writers of the English Renaissance. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1987. 3–28, 291–95. [A crude feminist reading: attacks humanist views on the education of women, and tries to debunk Margaret Roper as More's
Un évêque et sa fille: comparés à More et à Meg.Moreana 95/96 (1987): 181–83.
The Learned Woman in Tudor England: Margaret More Roper.Women Writers of the Renaissance and Reformation. Ed. Katharina M. Wilson. Athens, GA: U of Georgia P, 1987. 449–80. Partial Rpt. (including bibliography) in Moreana 52:201–202 (2015): 269–297. [Geritz F194; Wentworth 79. A sensitive and nuanced treatment of Margaret Roper, and of her relationship with her illustrious father. Includes a bibliography (477–80), and excerpts from the Devout Treatise and letters (465–77).]
Margaret More (before October 1505–Christmas 1544).Contemporaries of Erasmus: A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation. Ed. P. G. Bietenholz, and T. B. Beutscher. 3 vols. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1985–87. Vol. 2: 455–56.
Margaret More Roper's Translation of Erasmus' Precatio Dominica.Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Guelpherbytani: Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies: Wolfenbüttel, 12 August to 16 August 1985. Ed. Stella P. Revard, Fidel Rädle, and Mario A. Di Cesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 53. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1988. 659–66. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/guelphactaconven00inteuoft Rpt. in Early Tudor Women Writers. Ed. Elaine V. Beilin. Ashgate Critical Essays on Women Writers in England, 1550–1700, Volume 1. Farnham, England: Ashgate, c2009. 19–26. 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. 266–70. Rpt. Moreana 52:201–202 (2015): 237–248. [Geritz V027.]
Cadeau d'Érasme à Margaret Roper: Deux hymnes de Prudence.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. 469–80. [Sum.: Moreana 98/99 (1988): 165, 260.]
Absolute Margaret: Margaret More Roper And See Prison LettersWell LearnedMen.
Roswitha of Gandersheim, Christine Pisan, Margaret More Roper and Teresa of Avila.A History of Women Philosophers: Medieval, Renaissance and Enlightenment Women Philosophers, A.D. 500–1600. Ed. Mary Ellen Waithe. Boston: Kluwer Academic, 1989. II: 309–17.
The New Ideal in England: Thomas More, Juan Luis Vives and Richard Hyrde. See More: Feminism and Education.
The Name and the Signature of the Author of Margaret Roper's Letter to Alice Alington.Creative Imitation: New Essays on Renaissance Literature in Honor of Thomas M. Greene. Ed. D. Quint, M. W. Ferguson, G. W. Pigman III, W. A. Rebhorn. Binghampton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 95, 1992. 239–57. Rpt. in Early Tudor Women Writers. Ed. Elaine V. Beilin. Ashgate Critical Essays on Women Writers in England, 1550–1700, Volume 1. Farnham, England: Ashgate, c2009. 27–45. [Sum.: p.3. A Foucauldian feminist analysis.]
Life and Letters: Editing the Writing of Margaret Roper.New Ways of Looking at Old Texts: Papers of the Renaissance English Text Society. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 107. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies in Conjunction with Renaissance English Text Society, 1993. 111–17. 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. 278–81.
What Narrative Climax? Margaret More Roper at the Tower Wharf?The European Legacy: Toward New Paradigms [The Official Journal of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas] 1:3 (May 1996): 988–993.
Margaret Roper's Daughterly Devotions: Unnatural Translations.Desiring Women Writing: English Renaissance Examples. Stanford, CA: Stanford UP, 1997. 91–113, 210–15.
Margaret Roper, the Humanist Political Project, and the Problem of Agency.Opening the Borders: Inclusivity in Early Modern Studies. Ed. Peter C. Herman. Newark, DE: U of Delaware P; London: Associate UP, 1999. 83–108. Rpt. in Early Tudor Women Writers. Ed. Elaine V. Beilin. Ashgate Critical Essays on Women Writers in England, 1550–1700, Volume 1. Farnham, England: Ashgate, c2009. 47–72. 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. 281–94.
Margaret Roper and Erasmus: The Relationship of Translator and Source.Women Writing and Reading 1:1 (2005): 2–7 (U of Alberta Ejournal). Online at http://www.crcstudio.org/wwr_magazine/mags/spring_05.pdf or http://www.crcstudio.org/wwr_magazine/online/spring_05/sp05_art1_roper.php 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. 294–300.
A Month with the Mores: The Meeting of Juan Luis Vives and Margaret More Roper.English Studies [Amsterdam] 88:4 (2007): 388–400.
Thomas More and Margaret More Roper: A Case for Rethinking Women's Participation in the Early Modern Public Sphere.Sixteenth Century Journal 39 (2008): 1021–1040. (DOI)
Part 1: Margaret Roper.Early Tudor Women Writers. Vol. 1 of Ashgate Critical Essays on Women Writers in England, 1550–1700. Series Editor: Mary Ellen Lamb, Farnham, England: Ashgate, c2009. xvii–xx, xxxiv–xxxvi, xliii. [Brief Introduction and Bibliography. Reprints articles by Gee, McCutcheon, Wright, and Lamb (1–72).]
Roper [More], Margaret (1505–1544).Oxford Dictionary of National Biography [May 2009] (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/24071).
See also Prison Letters, Feminism and Education Other Plays about More and Anne Manning: The Household of Sir Thomas More
Add Nausea editions.
John More'sMoreana 2 (1964): 5–36. [Geritz S008; Sullivan S2:17.]A sermon of the ... Aulter: English version by John More of Nausea's homily on the Blessed Sacrament.
The Legacy ofMoreana 14 (1967): 37–98. [Sullivan S2:17. Facsimile reproductions of Latin text and of Lambeth Palace Library copy of English.]Prester Johnby Damião à Goes and John More.
John More's Translations.Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 49 (1955): 188–89. [Geritz F117; Sullivan 2:113.]
Thomas More and John More.The Bible in the Works of St. Thomas More, 5 Vols. Nieuwkoop: B. De Graaf, 1969–72. Vol. IV: 177–188.
John (III) More.Contemporaries of Erasmus: A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation. Ed. P. G. Bietenholz, and T. B. Beutscher. 3 vols. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1985–87. Vol. 2: 454–455.
Emanuelem Lusitaniae Regem, Anno Domini. M.D. XIII. Damiao de Gois and John More through the analysis of Legatio Magni Indorum Imperatoris Presbyteri Ioannis, AD Emanuelem Lusitaniae Regem, Anno Domini. M.D. XIII.Diss. University of Manchester, 1992. [Cit.: http://www.zotero.org/suthfor/items/95245676 Not available through BL Ethos Service. A Master's unpublished? John Rylands Library (Th17043).]
Erasmus and the Canonization of Aristotle: The Letter to John More. See Thomas More: Correspondence
John More Jr. on the Blessed Sacrament.Saint Thomas More and the Body of Christ. Angers: Moreanum, 2001. 64–71.
John More e Damião de Góis: Duas formas de um mesmo Ecumenismo.Revista de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses 14 (2005): ***–***. [Sum. (Eng): http://www2.fcsh.unl.pt/ceap/textos/sumariorevista14.doc]
More and Netherhall.[1918–19] See More's Houses.
Poor Lady More.America 50 (1934): 397–98. Rpt. in The Snob and the Saint. Ed. Sister Frances Theresa. Boston: Mosher, 1937. 29–31. [Sullivan 2:305 and 1:368.]
Two Little-Known Pictures by Holbein in England. See Iconography.
Supplique de Dame Alice More au Chancelier Audley (1538?).Moreana 4 (1964): 69–75. [Geritz F165.]
More's Attainder and Dame Alice's Predicament. See More's Imprisonment and Trial.
Lady Alice the Unknown.Moreana 59 (1978): 9–12. [Geritz F012; Sullivan S2:12–13.]
Dame Alice More and Xanthippe: Sisters to Mistress Quickly?Moreana 64 (1980): 59–64. [Geritz F041; Wentworth 104.]
The Making of a Shrew: The Legendary History of Alice More.Rendezvous 15 (1980): 25–37. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 74 (1982): 56; Geritz F339; Wentworth 93.]
Lady Alice: Out from the Shadows,Moreana 83/84 (1984): 83–86. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana83-84pages83-86.pdf
The Restive Wife in Erasmus' Colloquy: Mistress More or Lady Mountjoy?Moreana 79/80 (1983): 5–14. [Geritz F340.]
More's Remarriage: Or, Dame Alice Vindicated.Indiana Social Studies Quarterly 37:2 (1984): 47–56. [Geritz F089; Wentworth 73.]
Jane Colt.Contemporaries of Erasmus: A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation. Ed. P. G. Bietenholz, and T. B. Beutscher. 3 vols. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1985–87. Vols. 2: 451–52 + 1: 333.
The Harpy in More's Household: Was it Lady Alice?Moreana 87/88 (1985): 5–13. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana87-88pages5-13.pdf [Geritz F338; Wentworth 92.]
Crime and Carnival at Chelsea: Widow Edith and Thomas More's Household. See Walter Smith.
La digamie de Thomas More, Érasme et Catarino Politi.Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance 52 (1990): 323–32. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 113 (1993): 66. On More's second marriage and the differing attitudes on Erasmus and Catharinus.]
Poor Lady More.Renaissance Papers, 1991. Eds. George Walton Williams, and Barbara J. Baines. Raleigh, NC: Published by the Southeastern Renaissance Conferencee, 1992. 31–41. [Geritz F023.]
More's First Wife . . . Jane? or Joan?Moreana 109 (1992): 3–22. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana109pages3-22.pdf [Sum.: p. 22; Geritz F161. The name of More's first wife called Ioanna in More's Latin Epitaph, was translated as Joan, but later as Jane from the 17th Century onwards. Includes mention of Jane Shore (pp. 9–10).]
Inventing the Wicked Women of Tudor England: Alice More, Anne Boleyn, and Anne Stanhope.Quidditas: Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 20 (1999): 11–30, esp. 12–17. Online at http://humanities.byu.edu/rmmra/pdfs/20.pdf
More [née Harpur; other married name Middleton], Alice, Lady More (b. in or after 1474, d. in or before 1551),.Oxford Dictionary of National Biography  (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/46912).
Bassett [née Roper], Mary (d. 1572).Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. [Jan. 2008] (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/45808)
Some Notes about Mary Clar(c)ke Bassett and her Translation of Eusebius.Moreana 177/78 (2009): 147–80. [Sum.: pp.147–48.]
Basset, Mary Roper Clarke.The Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature. Edited by Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr. and Alan Stewart. Oxford: Blackwell, 2012. (DOI)
Thomas More's "englishe tongue": Mary Roper Clarke Basset.Early Modern Englishwomen as Translators of Religious and Political Literature, 1500–1641 Diss. Boston College; Proquest, 2008: 227–247.
Signs of Parental Power: Margaret Roper and Mary Tudor.40–75 and
Katherine Parr and Mary Tudor.76–120. and Chapter 5 (see Google Books See also her Faithful Translators: Authorship, Gender, and Religion in Early Modern England. Northwestern UP, 2013.
See also De Tristitia. English Translations: Mary Basset.
Sir Thomas More's Ancestry.TLS 12 Sep. 1952: 604. [Geritz F104; Sullivan 2:92–93.]
The Ancestry of Sir Thomas More.The Guildhall Miscellany 2:1 (1961). Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 92–103, 599–601. [Geritz F102; Wentworth 238.]
Sir Thomas More's quartering . . . and a new  See On More's Name, Coat of Arms, etc.old grant.
The Coat of Arms of Sir John More and His Descendents. See On More's Name, Coat of Arms, etc.
The Death-Year of Thomas More's Mother. See Latin Epigrams: Studies.
The Patrimony of Thomas More. See Law and Politics.
The Family of Sir Thomas More.The Bijou, or Annual of literature and the arts. [Creator: Samuel Taylor Coleridge.] London: William Pickering, 1829. 193–223. Online at https://archive.org/details/bijouorannualofl1829cole. [Sullivan 1:341. Only volume pulbished? Brief biographies of the figures in the Nostell Priory Portrait.]
Sir Thomas More and North Mimms. See More's Houses.
Sir Thomas More's Family.TLS 27 Mar. 1930: 274, 298. [Two letters
To the Editoron the marriage of two of More's daughters (Elizabeth and Cecily).]
Note on Mr. Thomas Moare, Owner of the Emmanuel Harpsfield.The life and death of Sr Thomas Moore, Knight, sometymes Lord high Chancellor of England. by Nicholas Harpsfield. Ed. Elsie Vaughan Hitchcock. Early English Texts Society 186. London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford UP, 1932. 294–96.
Yorkshire Notes: St. Thomas More's Family Circle and Yorkshire.Recusant History 6 (1961/62): 238–44. [Sullivan I:35–36. On Thomas Paynell, the Creswell family, and Edward More, third son of John More and Ann Cresacre.]
The Second and Third Generation: Some MS Letters of the More Circle.Wisconsin Studies in Literature 4 (1967): 119–28. [Geritz F021.]
Thomas More and Thomas Linacre.Moreana 13 (1967): 63–67. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana13pages63-68.pdf [Geritz F166; Wentworth 83.]
Which Thomas More?: A Retractation.Moreana 13 (1967): 79–82. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana13pages79-82.pdf [On a namesake of More who was J.P. in Hampshire.]
More's Genealogy.TLS 18 June 1970: 662. [Geritz F305.]
The Contribution of the More Family to the Counter-Reformation.Venerabile 25 (1969–71): 113–23. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 27/28 (1970): 91.]
Thomas More and the Wentworths.Moreana 34 (1972): 57–60. [Geritz F334.]
The More-Norfolk Connection. See A Man For All Seasons.
The More Family and Yorkshire.Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 26–48, 586–89. [Geritz F006; Wentworth 235; Sullivan S2:7–8.]
Thomas More and the Daunce Family.Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More. Ed. Michael J. Moore. Boone, NC: Albion, 1978. 1–10. [Geritz F036; Wentworth 71.]
Thomas More and Thomas Darcy.Moreana 71/72 (1981): 15–27. [Geritz F351; Wentworth 97.]
Henry Patenson—Sir Thomas More's Fool.Moreana 101/102 (1990): 75–86. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana101-102pages75-86.pdf [Sum.: p.86; Geritz F100; Wentworth 74.]
See also John Rastell, Thomas Linacre, William Roper, etc.
The Heredity and Childhood of John Donne.Notes and Queries ns 6 (1959): 257–62, 348–53. [On Donne's relationships with the More, Rastell and Heywood families.]
The Family of John Donne, 1588–91.Notes and Queries ns 7 (1960): 380–86.
A Note on John Donne.Moreana 37 (1973): 41–43. [On a lost portrait of More and on Donne's recusant background.]
Dr. Donne in the Court of Kings: A Glimpse from Marginalia.Journal of English and Germanic Philology 69 (1970): 599–612. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 51 (1976): 62–63; Geritz I047. On Donne's annotations to More's 1563 Lucubrationes.]
Donne and the Ancient Catholic Nobility.English Literary Renaissance 19:3 (1989): 305–323. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 129 (1997): 78.]
Thomas More and John Donne.Moreana 115/116 (1993): 168. [On a lost 17th bust of Thomas More in the possession of John Donne, Jr., and on Donne's reference to More in Biathanatos.]
Sir Thomas More and his Family, 1477–1535.John Donne and the Ancient Catholic Nobility. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1995. 19–53. [Geritz F081. Chapter One (19–35) deals with the More, Rastell and Heywood Families; Chapter Two (36–53) with Ellis and Jasper Heywood.]
John Donne, Thomas More e Roma.Rivista di Letterature Moderne e Comparate [Florence] 48:3 (1995): 235–62.
John Donne and Thomas More: An Elizabethan Catholic Legacy.Moreana 163 (2005): 93–104. [Sum.: pp.93–94.]
The Trinders of Holwell, Oxon.: A Link with Peter Heylyn and Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries 152 (1927): 128–31, 191. [Sullivan 1:132.]
The Family of St. Thomas More In Essex, 1581–1640.Essex Recusant 1 (1959): 62–72, 95–103 + 2 (1960): 44–45, 76–85, 118–23 + 5 (1963): 59–57 + 6 (1964): 96–68. [Geritz F309.]
The Death of Thomas More, Secular Priest Great-Grandson of St. Thomas More.Recusant History 7 (1963): 23–32. [Geritz F308.]
Richard Smith, Richelieu and the French Marriage, etc.Essex Recusants, 7 (1964): 148–210. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 3 (1964): 103–104; Sullivan S2:4. Deals with role of More's great grandson Rev. Thomas More, d.1625, in the marriage negotiations for the alliance of Charles I and Henrietta Maria.]
The Descendants of Saint Thomas More.Essex Recusants, 6 (1964): 1–12. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 3 (1964): 112–13 + 4: 121.]
The More Family in Hertfordshire.Essex Recusant 6 (1964): 112–17. [Geritz F212.]
The English Secular Priest Thomas More and the 1625 French Marriage.Moreana 3 (1964): 103–104.
Thomas More IV, Secular Priest 1565–1625.Essex Recusant 7 (1965): 105–14.
A Grandniece of Thomas More: Catharine Bentley, ca 1565–ca 1625.Moreana 29 (1971): 13–15. [Geritz F142. On grants of money by the Spanish Court to Catherine Bentley, her husband and son.]
The Descendants of St. Thomas More.London Recusant 3 (1973) 82–98.
Cresacre and Thomas More During the English Revolution, 1640–1660.Moreana 42 (1974): 39–42. [Geritz F085. On the sequestration (and eventual discharge) of the property of Cresacre More, and his son Thomas More.]
Catharine Bentley, Great Grand-daughter of St. Thomas More, and Her Catholic Connections in Sussex.Moreana 43/44 (1974): 41–45. [Geritz F189. Identifies Catherine Bentley as daughter of Thomas Roper, son of William and Margaret Roper, and niece of Viscount Montague.]
The Descendents of St. Thomas More In Essex.Essex Recusant 19:2 (1977): 110–14. [Sum.: James Perrin Warren, Moreana 58 (1978): 83.]
Haeres . . . Thomae More Cancellarii: Fr Thomas More 1722–95.Recusant History 24:1 (1998): 76–88.
Thomas More dans l'histoire de Bruges. See More's Travels.
La correspondance de Guillaume Budé et Thomas More. See Literary Letters.
Budé of Paris and More of London.Moreana 19/20 (1968): 157–64. [Geritz F153; Wentworth 81.]
The Ironic and the Prophetic: Towards Reading More's Utopia as a Multidisciplinary Work. See Utopia: Prefatory Letters and Parerga.
Profils d'Humanistes: Budé, Érasme, More d'après leur correspondance (1500–1530).Travaux de linguistique et de littérature [Strasbourg] 21:2 (1983): 105–19.
Guillaume Budé lecteur de l'Utopie. See Utopia: Prefatory Letters and Parerga.
Erasmus in England.England und die Antike. Ed. F. Saxl. Vorträge der Bibliothek Warburg (Leipzig, 1932) IX (1930–31), 64–82. [Wentworth 490.]
Satire and the Satiric Spirit in the Works of Desiderius Erasmus and St. Thomas More.M. A. Diss. U of Toronto, 1948. [Directed by Arthur E. Barker.]
Thomas More and the Friendship of Erasmus, 1499–1517: A Study in Northern Humanism.Diss. U of Michigan, 1952. [Geritz L026.]
Erasmus and More: Some Contrasting Theological Opinions.Renaissance News 13 (1960): 298–300. [Geritz F243. Contrasts some of More's views on relics, celibacy, biblical translation, stated in his polemical works, with Erasmus' views.]
L'Humour d'Érasme et l'humour de Thomas More. See More: Humour and Wit.
Thomas More, Erasmus and Julius II: A Case of Advocacy.Moreana 24 (1969): 81–99. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana24pages81-99.pdf [Geritz F313; Wentworth 89. On the Julius Exclusus and More.]
The Place of Erasmus Today.Erasmus of Rotterdam: A Quincentennial Symposium. Ed. R. L. DeMolen. New York: Twayne, 1971. 77–92, 138–39. A rev. and abbr. version of this paper published in Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 4th ser. 8 (1970): 287–98. [Compares More unfavorably to Erasmus on pp. 83–90.]
Thomas More's Influence on Erasmus' Epigram Against Julius II.Moreana 65/66 (1980): 99–106. Rpt. in Three Renaissance Pacifists: Essays in the Theories of Erasmus, More, and Vives. American University Studies, Series 9. History 23. New York: Peter Lang, 1987. 123–134. [Geritz N018; Wentworth 305 (and 457).]
Erasmus and More in the Age of Shakespeare.Erasmus in English 12 (1983): 2–10. [Geritz G044.]
Superstitio, Religio et Impietas.Moreana 83/84 (1984): 151–56. [Geritz R074.]
Erasmus and More: Dialogues with Reality.Kenyon Review ns 8 (1986): 34–48. Rpt. in Figures in a Renaissance Context. Ed. Claude J. Summers and Ted-Larry Pebworth. Ann Arbor, MI: U of Michigan P, 1989. 7–27. [Geritz L020. On More's and Erasmus's Translations of Lucian, Utopia. and a Dialogue of Comfort.]
Telling More from Erasmus: An Essai in Renaissance Humanism.Moreana 91/92 (1986): 11–19. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana91-92pages11-19.pdf [Geritz F294; Wentworth 69.]
Legend and Reality: The Friendship Between More and Erasmus. See Correspondence.
Erasmus und England: Erasmus und Morus.Erasmus und Europa. Ed. August Buck. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1988. 91–110. [Geritz F302.]
La digamie de Thomas More, Érasme et Catarino Politi. See More: Dame Alice More and Joanna More.
The Trouble with English Humanism: More, Tyndale and Darling Erasmus. See MoveVsTyndale
Erasmus and More: Exploring Vocations.A Companion to Thomas More. Ed. A. D. Cousins, and Damian Grace. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2009. 145–64. [Sum.: p.15.]
Erasmus and More: A Friendship Revisited.Recusant History 30:1 (2010): 7–25.
Extraordinary Friends.Humanism and Style: Essays on Erasmus and More. Intro. by Jerry Harp. Bethlehem: Lehigh UP, . 111–117, 139. [First presented as an after dinner talk in Dallas on 5th Nov. 2005, but not available on the www.thomasmorestudies.org website.]
See also More's Latin Letters: Studies, In Defence of Humanism and Poetry Utopia: More and Erasmus, and Feminism and Education, Early Biographers: Desiderius Erasmus
The School of Sir Thomas More(175–194).]
A Friend of Sir Thomas More.The Nineteenth Century and After. 83 (1918): ?540–52.
Vives and his Visits to England.Monumenta Humanistica Lovaniensia. Texts and Studies about the Louvain Humanists in the first half of the XVIth century: Erasmus — Vives — Dorpius — Clenardus — Goes — Moringus. Humanistica Lovanienia 4. Louvain: Librairie Universitere Ch. Uystpruyst, publisher, 1934. 1–60. [The whole volume makes many references to More. Available through JSTOR.]
Vivès socialiste et l'Utopie de More.Moreana 31/32 (1971): 263–79. [Geritz R176.]
Vives, More and Erasmus.Juan Luis Vives. Arbeitsgespräch in der Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel vom 6. bis. 8. November 1980. Ed. A. Buck. Wolfenbütteler Abhandlungen zur Renaissanceforschung 3. Hamburg: Dr. Ernst Hauswedell & Co., 1981. 164–76.
More and Vives: Christian Radical Thought and the Renaissance.Spain: Church-State Relations. Eds. Lawrence Biondi, and Mercedes M. Robles. Chicago: Loyola U of Chicago P, 1983. 17–36. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 103 (1990): 32; Geritz F115; Wentworth 75.]
A Month with the Mores: The Meeting of Juan Luis Vives and Margaret More Roper. See Margaret Roper.
More's Friendship with Fisher.Moreana 15/16 (1967): 115–33. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. R. S. Sylvester and G. Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 169–79, 607–11. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana15-16pages115-33.pdf [Geritz F321; Wentworth 90.]
Sur John Fisher et Thomas More.Revue d'histoire ecclésiastique 70 (1975): 49–59.
Fisher, More and the problem of tradition.Clio Unbound: Perception of the social and cultural past in Renaissance England. Duke Monographs in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 2. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1979. 150–57.
Education for Civil Courage: The Examples of Thomas More and John Fisher.Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1984/85. 133–36.
English Historians' Treatments of Sir Thomas More and Bishop John Fisher in the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries.M.A. Diss. Memorial U of Newfoundland, 1999. Online at http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk1/tape9/PQDD_0016/MQ54910.pdf.
The Two-Edged Sword as an Image of Civil Power for Fisher and More.Moreana 45: 175 (2008): 67–86. [Sum.: pp.67–68.]
Keeping the Conversation Going: Fisher & More and Henry VIII's Intellectual Tyranny. Moreana 49: 189/90 (2012): 127–39. [Sum.: pp.127–28.]
See also Modern Biographies.
Lettre de Charles-Quint à Thomas More. See Individual Letters.
Thomas More and Charles V. Part I/II [III]: Serenissimo Castellae principe Carolo.Moreana 50:191–192 (June 2013): 67–110. [Sum.: pp.67–68. Covers the period from 1515 to 1526.]
Thomas More and Charles V. Part II/III: A good servant of the Queen.Moreana 50:193–194 (Dec 2013): 187–228. [Sum.: pp.187–88. Covers the period from 1527 to 1532.]
Thomas More and Charles V. Part III/III: Such a worthy councellour.Moreana 52:199–200 (June 2015): 191–235. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana199-200pages191-235.pdf. [Sum.: pp.191–92. Covers the period from 1533 to 1535, with an appendix (pp.225–32) on Charles V's words to Thomas Elyot.]
Sir Thomas More.Sir Thomas Elyot and Renaissance Humanism. Lincoln, NE: U of Nebraska P, 1964. 89–139. [Geritz G055; Wentworth 80. On Elyot's friendship with More.]
Usque ad aras: Thomas Elyot's Friendship with Thomas More.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. 531–35. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/sanctaactaconvent00inteuoft [Geritz F348.]
Studies in Philology 90 (1993): 46–57. [Geritz R020. On The Book Named the Governor and More's Utopia.]To Divulgate or Set Forth: Humanism and Heresy in Sir Thomas Elyot's The Book Named The Governor.
Übersetzungstheorie und Übersetzungspraxis im englischen Frühhumanismus: Sir Thomas More und Sir Thomas Elyot.Kulturwandel im Spiegel des Sprachwandels: Achtes Partnerschaftskolloquium der Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia der Università degli Studi di Napoli, und der philosophischen Fakultat der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf vom 21.–24.10.1991. Ed. Karl-Egon Lönne. Kultur und Erkenntnis Bd. 12. Tübingen: Franke, 1995. 107–137.
More's and Elyot's Political Perspectives and their Classical Antecedents.Moreana 153/54 (2003): 121–42. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana153-154pages121-142.pdf [Sum.: pp. 121–22.]
See also Early Biographers: William Roper, and Thomas Elyot.
More, Coverdale and Cromwell.Moreana 10 (1966): 77–79.
Henry Howard on Cromwell to More (an Augmentation).Moreana 42 (1974): 43–44. [Geritz F312.]
Was Thomas Cromwell a Morean?Moreana 75/76 (1982): 5–24. [Geritz F270; Wentworth 68.]
Thomas More and Thomas Cromwell.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: 95–110. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 123/24 (1995): 148–49.]
This section deals mainly with works written after More's death.
Thomas More's Utopia and Protestant Polemics.Renaissance News 17 (1964): 197–201. [Geritz R324; Wentworth 399. On hostile references or allusions to Utopia in the writings of Tyndale, John Frith, William Roy and John Foxe.]
A Protestant Presentation of More in 1581.Moreana 13 (1967): 59–62. [Geritz F016; Sullivan S2:16. Based almost entirely on Paulus Jovius.]
Hugh Latimer (c.1492–1555) and Thomas More.Moreana 18 (1968): 29–48. [Geritz F159; Wentworth 82. Includes some discussion of Latimer's dealings with More while he was still alive.]
Hooker and the Utopians.English Studies 51 (1970): 37–39. [Geritz I004; Sullivan S2:3; Moreana 2 (1964): 111–12.]
Richard Hooker's Use of Thomas More.Moreana 35 (1972): 5–16. [Geritz I104; Wentworth 122.]
Éloge de Thomas More par Richard Dinot.Moreana 42 (1974): 17–20.
A Thomas More Reference in Calvin's Isaiah Commentary.Moreana 45 (1975): 37–38. [cf. Geritz N012. Dated 1551, comparing More to Shebna. For C. C[otton]'s 1609 English translation, see Boswell #102, following Hogan.]
Thomas More as an Anti-Catholic Weapon in Protestant Polemics.Moreana 70 (1980): 45–48. [Geritz I087. On the polemical use of More's death by George Joye, John Foxe, John Bale and others.]
Thomas More in Hostile Hands: The English Image of More in Protestant Literature of the Renaissance.Moreana 75/76 (1982): 77–87. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana75-76pages77-87.pdf [Geritz H024; Wentworth 132.]
John Bale on Thomas More.Moreana 90 (1986): 77–78.
John Foxe, Poets, and Sir Thomas More. See The Book of Sir Thomas More: General Studies.
The Changing Portrayal of Sir Thomas More's Life.Quidditas 32 (2011): 272–290. Online at http://humanities.byu.edu/rmmra/pdfs/32.pdf [Deals mainly with John Foxe's treatment of More and on the use of Foxe in some modern biographies.]
Latin Lives,(2009) 34–35.]
The Saga and the Myth of Sir Thomas More. See General Critical Studies of More's Works.
Die Biographien Sir Thomas Mores,und
Über die verschiedenen Bearbeitungen des More-Stoffes.Die englische Biographik de Tudor-Zeit. Hamburg: Friederichsen, de Gruyter & Co., 1930. 58–77, 138–40. [Some sections also listed separately.]
Sir Thomas More and the English Lay Recusants.Men and Events: Historical Essays. New York: Harper, 1957. Rpt. New York: Octagon Books, 1976. 91–97.
The Image of Thomas More in England, 1535–1635.La Fortuna dell'Utopia di Thomas More nel dibattito politico europeo del '500. Atti della 2° Giornata Luigi Firpo (2 marzo 1995). Quaderni (Fondazione Luigi Firpo. Centro di studi sul pensiero politico), 2. Firenze: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 1996. 5–23.
Die englische Biographik der frühen Stuartzeit (1603–1640).Anglia 81 (1963): 129–41. [Geritz F307.]
The Catholic Martyrs under Henry.Tudor Books of Saints and Martyrs. Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1963. 96–131. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 2 (1964): 113–114; Geritz H022; Wentworth 130.]
The Recusant Reputation of Thomas More.Reports of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association 30 (June 1964): 47–61. Available online at http://www.cchahistory.ca/journal/CCHA1963/McConica.pdf Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 136–49, 603–04. Revised version rpt. as
Appendix II: The Recusant Traditions of Thomas More.English Humanists and Reformation Politics. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1965. 286–94. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 3 (1964): 113–14; Geritz H009 and H010; Wentworth 118.]
Thomas More and the More Traditions.Diss. Columbia U, 1966. [Geritz F096; Abs.: Moreana 3 (1964): 95–97.]
St. Thomas More and the Would-be Suicide.Downside Review 88 (1970): 372–77. [Geritz F060. Deals with a couple of incidents from early More biographies and apocrypha.]
The Development of Sixteenth-Century English Biography in the Tradition of Erasmus and Thomas More.Diss. Stanford U, 1970. [Geritz F148; DAI 1971, 31: 6016A-17A.]
Thomas More and the More Tradition: Utopia and Early More Biography.Moreana 31/32 (1971): 199–208. [Geritz F095; Wentworth 110; Sullivan S2:60.]
The Anecdotal Tradition of Thomas More: A Note.Moreana 35 (1972): 55–56. [Geritz F002; Sullivan S2:5.]
Utopia and Early More Biography: Another View.Moreana 33 (1972): 23–29. [Geritz F005; Wentworth 99; Sullivan S2:5. A reply to James J. Greene's article.]
The Tradition of Early More Biography.Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 3–25, 583–86. [Geritz F004; Wentworth 98; Sullivan S2:5.]
A Profile of the Grammar of Three Sixteenth-Century Lives of Sir Thomas More and of an UnrelatedEngland and the Continental Renaissance: Essays in Honour of J. B. Trapp. Ed. E. Chaney and P. Mack. Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell P, 1990. 109–24. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 117 (1994): 116. Burchfield uses three lives of St. Thomas More: Roper (1558), Harpsfield (1559), Ro. Ba. (1599), and a work of Anthony Gilby's (1585) to illustrate distinctive features of C. S. Lewis'drabProse Work by Anthony Gilby.
Neo-Latin Resources for Biography: A Preliminary View.Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Torontonensis. Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies: Toronto, 8 August to 13 August 1988. Ed. Alexander Dalzell, Charles Fantazzi, Richard J. Schoeck. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 86. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1991. 100–110. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/toronactaconvent00inteuoft [Geritz F288. Includes discussion of Erasmus.]
Latin Lives of Thomas More.A Companion to Thomas More. Ed. A. D. Cousins, and Damian Grace. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2009. 21–38. [Sum.: p.12. On descriptions of More in Pace, Vives, Erasmus's Letters, the Expositio fidelis, Stapleton and a Latin Life by T.E. Bridgett (1890's).]
See also General Editions and Translations of Erasmus's Correspondence.
Epistola Des. Erasmi Rot. ad Vldricum Hutterum de Thomae Mori . . . uita.Thomae Mori Lucubrationes. Basle: Episcopius, 1563, pp.497–510. [Gibson 74 + Smith 1981:35–36 + 1988:139; Allen #999.]
Desid. Erasmus Roterodamus Ulrico Hutteno.Thomae Mori Angliae quondam Cancellarii, Opera Omnia. Frankfort and Leipzig: Christian Gensch, 1689. 342–345. Available online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/OmniaOpera/Epistolae.pdf [See Gibson 77. Reprints 1563 edition?]
A character of More.(twice) The Life of Erasmus. 2 vols. London: J. Whiston and B. White, 1758–1760. Vol. 2: 359–69. Online at http://books.google.ca/books?id=NbQ_AAAAcAAJ&pg=PA359 Rpt. 3 vols. London: Printed by Richard Taylor for John White, 1808. Vol. 3: 62–71. Online at http://books.google.com/books?id=JukpAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA62 Rpt. Kessinger, 2009. [ESTC T146995. Erasmus's letters to Hutten and Budé about More (XIX–XX).]
Character of Sir Thomas More by Erasmus.North American Review 8, no.22 (1818): 181–91. Online at https://www.jstor.org/stable/25121411. [Sullivan 1:191–92.]
Erasmus to Ulrich von Hutten.Epistles of Erasmus. 3 vols. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1901–1918. Rpt. New York: Russell and Russell, 1962. 3: 387–401. Rpt. in Utopia: A New Translation, Backgrounds, Criticism. Ed. Robert M. Adams. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1975. 127–33. Rpt. 2nd rev. ed. 1992. 125–33. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/docs/Erasmus%20to%20Ulrich%20von%20Hutten.pdf
Life of Sir Thomas More by Erasmus.Sir Thomas More: Selections from His English Works and from the Lives by Erasmus and Roper. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1924. 1–9. [English translation by P. S. Allen.]
Letter of Erasmus to Von Hutton.The Utopia of Sir Thomas More. Toronto and New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1947. 185–204. [Translation.]
Une Lettre d'Érasme sur Thomas More.L'Utopie II (1960): 1–3. [Sullivan 2:280–81.]
Thomas More vu par Érasme.Saint Thomas More: Lettre à Dorp—La Supplication des Ames. Namur: Le Soleil Levant, 1962. 3–35. [Sullivan 2:283.]
Letter of Erasmus to Ulrich von Hutten.The Essential Thomas More. New York: Mentor, 1967. 286–94. [English Translation.]
Description of Thomas More by Erasmus.Saint Thomas More: Selected Writings. Intro. Joseph W. Koterski, S.J. New York: Vintage Books, 2003. 244–248. [Excerpt.]
Erasmus on Thomas More, 1519,and
Erasmus of Rotterdam to His Friend, Guillaume Budé.A Thomas More Source Book. Washington, DC: Catholic U of America P, 2004. 3–13, 221–226. [Allen 999 and 1233. Based on CWE 7 and 8.]
a man for all seasons,quoted in Moreana 59/60 (1978): 135.]
Tomás Moro en las epístolas de Erasmo. See Literary Letters.
The Epistle Dedicatory.Praisers of Folly: Erasmus, Rabelais, Shakespeare. Harvard Studies in Comparative Literature 25. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1963. 6, 24, 26, 27–34, 43, 103–104, 144. [Geritz J013.
Présence de Thomas More. See Iconography.
Erasmus' View of More.Moreana 5 (1965): 5–16. [Geritz F015; Wentworth 100; Sullivan S2:16.]
Le feminisme de Thomas More et d'Erasme. See Feminism and Education.
Le portrait de Thomas More par Érasme.Hommages à Marie Delcourt. Ed. Roland Crahay, Marcelle Derwa, and Robert Joly. Collections Latomus, 114. Bruxelles: Latomus, 1970. 307–16.
Erasmus and Biography.University of Toronto Quarterly 42 (1971): 185–201. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 42 (1974): 73–74. Sees Erasmus' biography of More as Suetonian in inspiration.]
Erasmus tenax philomôrosMoreana 39 (1973): 100. [On Allen 2997 (Feb 1535) and Erasmus' caution in dealing with More's and Fisher's imprisonment.]
Omnium horarum homo: A Man for All Seasons.Moreana 50 (1976): 13–14. [Sum. Geritz F242. On the origins of the phrase in Ennius (as quoted by Aulus Gellius).]
Thomas More, Erasmus and Ulrich von Hutten: Some Reflections.Moreana 67/68 (1980): 17–30. [Geritz F134; Wentworth 115.]
Éloge d'un sage-fou: Thomas More.Moreana 63/1 (1979): 11–13 + 67/68 (1980): 174. [On French translations of More as a
Man for All Seasons.See also Moreana 111/12 (1992): 60–65.]
Omnium horarum homo:Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 1 (1981): 141–147. [On the origins of this name and various English translations. For more translations (in English, French, Dutch and German), see also G.M. Moreana 111/12 (1992): 58–65.]A Man For All Seasons.
La démission de More selon Érasme (d'après Allen X, lettres 2735, 2750 et 2780). See Thomas More: Correspondence.
The Portrait of More in Erasmus' Last Letters, 1532–1536.Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 6 (1986): 125–139. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 97 (1988): 168.]
Erasmus: First and Best Biographer of Thomas More.Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 7 (1987): 1–30. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 97 (1988): 169.]
Folly Plus: Moria and More.Journal of Religious History 15 (1989): 436–47. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 108 (1991): 122.]
Erasmus and his English Friends.Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 12 (1992): 18–44. [Pp. 39–44 deal with Erasmus's letter on More and the Quinten Massys diptych.]
Thomas More (1477–1535) and Ulrich von Hutten (1488–1523).Europa: Wiege des Humanismus und der Reformation. 5 Internationales Symposion der
Amici Thomas Mori20. bis 27. Mai 1995 in Mainz. Dokumentation. Ed. Hermann Boventer and Uwe Baumann. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1997. 87–95.
OnThomas More Studies 1 (2006):26–29. http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/tmstudies/Miller_on_mfas.pdf Audio recording available at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/conference2005.html.A man for all seasons.
Erasmus as biographer of Thomas More and his family.Erasmus and the Renaissance republic of letters: proceedings of a conference to mark the centenary of the publication of the first volume of Erasmi epistolae by P.S. Allen, Corpus Christie College, Oxford, 5–7 September 2006. Edited by Stephen Ryle; foreword by Lisa Jardine. Disputatio, 24. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2014. 85–103.
See also Utopia: More and Erasmus, and More and Erasmus.
Henrician Historiography and the Voice of the People: The Cases of More and Hall. See More's Richard III: Historiography and General Literary Studies.
See also Edward Hall.
Eight Additional MSS from Beal I/2: 348 and CW 1: cxviii–cxix.
MSS Copies and Adaptations
The Life of Sir Thomas More.The
Utopiaand the History of Edward V. With Roper's Life. The Scott Library. London: Simmons, 1882–3; etc.; London: W. Scott, 1890. 3–61. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/theutopiaandtheh00moreuoft [Sullivan I:5.]
The Lyfe of Sir Thomas More Knighte.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. Introduction and bibliography A. C. Guthkelch. Bohn's Popular Library. London: G. Bell and sons, 1910. 1914. 201–271. [Hitchcock xxvii–xxviii.]
Roper's Life of More.The Utopia of Sir Thomas More. Toronto and New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1947. 207–80. [Modern spelling version.]
The Life of Sir Thomas More.Two Tudor Lives. The Life and Death of Cardinal Wolsey, by George Cavendish and The Life of Sir Thomas More, by William Roper. New Haven: Yale UP, 1962. 195–254. [Geritz F328. Modernized spelling editions of Roper's and Cavendish's Lives.]
Life by William Roper.Lives of Saint Thomas More. By William Roper and Nicholas Harpsfield. London: Dent (Everyman's Library), 1963. 1–50. Available online at http://www.archive.org/details/livesofsaintthom000169mbp [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 1 (1963): 90–91; Geritz F268. A modernized spelling version based on the EETS edition.]
The Lyfe of Sir Thomas Moore, knighte.By William Roper. Tudor Prose, 1513–1570. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books (Doubleday), 1969. 81–136, 474–84. [Old spelling edition, based on Hitchcock.]
William Roper: The Life of Sir Thomas More.(Internet Modern History Sourcebook, Aug. 1998). http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/16croper-more.html (Internet Modern History Sourcebook, Aug. 1998). [Modern Spelling rpt. of 1910 Harvard Classics Edition.]
The mirrour of vertue in worldly greatnes; or the life of Syr T. More.By William Roper. (Renascence Editions, Jan. 2002). http://www.luminarium.org/renascence-editions/roper1.html and in PDF format at https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/xmlui/handle/1794/835 [Old spelling transcription from Paris, 1626, edition (STC 21316).]
Letters of Sir Thomas More to and from Margaret Roper.]
The Life of Sir Thomas More c.1566 By William Roper.(© Center for Thomas More Studies [Dallas], 2003). 62p. http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/docs/Roper.pdf [A
Study Outlineis found on pp.60–62. A revised version of this edition was published in A Thomas More Source Book (2004).]
The Life of Sir Thomas More (1557) by William Roper.Saint Thomas More: Selected Writings. Intro. Joseph W. Koterski, S.J. New York: Vintage Books, 2003. 179–243.
Roper's Life of Sir Thomas More, Knight, c.1556,and
Appendix. Roper's Life: A Study Outline.A Thomas More Source Book. Washington, DC: Catholic U of America P, 2004. 16–65, 372–74.
Print on Demand, Ebook and Etext editions of Roper's Life of unknown or uncertain provenance have been omitted from this bibliography.
From the Life of Sir Thomas More by William Roper, His Son-in-Law.Sir Thomas More: Selections from His English Works and from the Lives by Erasmus and Roper. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1924. 10–34.
William Roper: Saintly chancellor: the life of Sir Thomas More.A treasury of biography. New York: Howell, Soskin, c1941. 504p. [Worldcat OCLC . 24 biographies.]
William Roper: The Life of Sir Thomas More.The Middle Ages through the Eighteenth Century. Vol. 1 of The Oxford Anthology of English Literature. Ed. J. Hollander and F. Kermode. 2 vols. London: Oxford UP, 1973. 575–78.
The Death of St. Thomas More.Prayers of St. Thomas More with A Treatise on the Holy Eucharist. London: Catholic Truth Society, 1979. 1–5. [Geritz C016.]
William Roper: From The Life of Sir Thomas More (1556, pub. 1626).Voices of the English Reformation: A Sourcebook. Philadelphia, Pa. : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2004. 260–67.
Lives and Deaths: Thomas More (c.1477–1535).Early Modern Catholicism: An Anthology of Primary Sources. Oxford: OUP, 2007. 121–130. [Selections from Roper's Life.]
Appendix 1. Document 20: Roper's Account.Thomas More's Trial by Jury: A Procedural and Legal Review with a Collection of Documents. See More's Imprisonment and Trial.
Le Martyre de Thomas More. Extrait du récit de son gendre Roper.Les Martyrs: Recueil de pièces authentiques sur les martyrs depuis les origines du christianisme jusqu'au XX° siècle. Vol. VII: La Réforme. Traduites et publiées par H. Leclercq. 15 Vols. Paris: Oudin, 1907. 7:85–111. Online at http://www.abbaye-saint-benoit.ch/martyrs/martyrs0007.htm. [Sullivan 2:216–217. Partial translation of Roper's Life starting with the affair of the Nun of Kent.]
La vie de Thomas More par William Roper.Thomas More: Écrits de Prison. Précédes de la vie de Thomas More par William Roper. Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 1953, rpt. 1981. 15–78.
Sir Thomas More and Sir Thomas Elyot.TLS 17 July 1930: 592. [Letter. See H. W. Donner,
The Emperor and Sir Thomas Elyot.]
Roper und Harpsfield.Die englische Biographik de Tudor-Zeit. Hamburg: Friederichsen, de Gruyter & Co., 1930. 58–70.
The Emperor and Sir Thomas Elyot.Review of English Studies ns 2 (1951): 55–59. [Geritz F068; Wentworth 108; Sullivan 1:286. On a parallel between Roper's Life of More and Elyot's On the Knowledge which maketh a Wise Man.]
Introduction.Two Tudor Lives. The Life and Death of Cardinal Wolsey, by George Cavendish and The Life of Sir Thomas More, by William Roper. New Haven: Yale UP, 1962. vii–21. [Wentworth 124.]
Tille valle, Tylle valle.Moreana 3 (1964): 102. [A brief note.]
William Roper's Life of More: The Working Methods of a Tudor Biographer.Moreana 23 (1969): 59–65. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana23pages59-65.pdf [Geritz F149; Wentworth 119. On Roper's Use of More's last letters (Rogers 197–216).]
Roper's Life of More.Moreana 36 (1972): 47–59. Rpt. with revisions in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 189–97, 614–15. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana36pages47-59.pdf [Geritz F326; Wentworth 127.]
Moreana 30 (1971): 41–42.The Field is Won: A Footnote to More's Paean from William Dunbar.
Structural Patterning in William Roper's Life of More.Moreana 64 (1980): 100–06. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana64pages100-106.pdf [Geritz F349; Wentworth 131.]
Patterned Lives: Social Roles and the Self in Early English Biography.Diss. U of California-Los Angeles, 1984. [Geritz F001.]
Roper: Deliberated Design and Designer.Biographical Truth: The Representation of Historical Persons in Tudor-Stuart Writing. New Haven: Yale UP, 1984. 40–51, 210–2.
The Encomium Moriae of William Roper.English Literary History 55 (1988): 287–307. Rpt. as
Remembering Thomas More: The Encomium Moriae of William Roper.Trials of Authorship: Anterior Forms and Poetic Reconstruction from Wyatt to Shakespeare. Berkeley: U of California P, 1990. 79–100. [Geritz F045; Wentworth 106. Crude Psychohistorical debunking: suggests incestuous relationships between More and Margaret Roper.]
Reflections on Writing the Biography of a Saint. See Modern Biographers.
Manipulating Reputations: Sir Thomas More, Sir Thomas Elyot, and the Conclusion of William Roper's Lyfe of Sir Thomas Moore, Knighte.The Rhetorics of Life-Writing in Early Modern Europe: Forms of Biography from Cassanda Fidele to Louis XIV. Eds. Thomas F. Mayer, and D. R. Woolf. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1995. 133–61. [Geritz F042.]
Writing Contexts in William Roper's Life of Thomas More.Writing the lives of writers. Eds. Warwick Gould, and Thomas F. Staley. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's, 1998. 79–89.
Harpsfield, Life of More.R. W. Chambers' Essay on
The Continuity of English Prosewas also published separately, see English Language, Literature and Prose Style. Chambers also provided extensive historical notes on pp.297–370 (cf. Sullivan 1:183).]
Life by Nicholas Harpsfield.Lives of Saint Thomas More. By William Roper and Nicholas Harpsfield. London: Dent (Everyman's Library), 1963. 51–175. Available online at http://www.archive.org/details/livesofsaintthom000169mbp [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 1 (1963): 90–91; Geritz F268. A modernized spelling version based on the EETS edition.]
Harpsfield's Life of Sir Thomas More.Harpsfield's Narrative of the Divorce. London: Philobiblion Society, 1877. 1–23. Online at Google Books [From Life of Sir Thomas More and Harpsfield's Discourse of Marriage: An Answer to a Dialogue in English called the Glass of Truth. Sullivan I:4. Corresponding to Hitchcock, Harpsfield, 40/24–50/24 and 213/21–27.]
Sir Thomas More.Portraits in Prose: A Collection of Characters. London: George Routledge & Sons, 1946. 5–8. [Two brief extracts from Harpsfield's Life of More.]
Nicholas Harpsfield: St. Thomas More.The Portable Renaissance Reader. New York: Viking P, 1953. 492–500. [An excerpt in modernized spelling from Hitchcock's edition.]
Life of Sir Thomas More.The Thought and Culture of the English Renaissance: An Anthology of Tudor Prose, 1481–1555. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1956. 550–59. [Harpsfield's account of More's Indictment from Hitchcock's edition with spelling modernized.]
Thomas More Discharges His Conscience.The Reformation in England to the Accession of Elizabeth I: Documents in Modern History. London: Edward Arnold, 1967. 70–72. [Brief extract from Hitchcock's edition of Harpsfield's Life.]
From The Life and death of Sr Thomas Moore, knight, sometymes Lord high Chancellor of England.By Nicholas Harpsfield. Sources of Four Plays Ascribed to Shakespeare: The Reign of King Edward III, Sir Thomas More, The History of Cardenio, The Two Noble Kinsmen. Columbia, MO: U of Missouri P, 1989. 236–49. [Extract from Hitchcock's edition.]
Appendix B: Harpsfield.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. 242–44. [Two short excerpts from Hitchcock's edition.]
Roper und Harpsfield. See Biographers: William Roper.
Harpsfield's Life of Thomas More.Downside Review 50 (1932): 437–48.
Nicholas Harpsfield andAlms for Oblivion: Books, Men and Biography. Milwaukee: Bruce, 1946. 39–49. [Geritz H003; Wentworth 103.]Sir Thomas More.
Nicholas Harpsfield, Thomas More, and William Roper's Lapse into Heresy.Notes and Queries ns 23 (1976): 225–26. [Geritz S001; Wentworth 697; Sullivan S2:5. On Harpsfield's treatment of Roper's lapse into heresy, and on certain parallels with the Dialogue Concerning Heresies.]
Recusant Poems in a More Circle Manuscript.Moreana 73 (1982): 21–23.
Harpsfield, Nicholas (1519–1575).Oxford Dictionary of National Biography  (http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ref:odnb/12369) [Includes Bibliography.]
See Fisher: Early Accounts of Fisher's Life.
N. B. There is no modern critical edition of Stapleton's Latin text available. See Facsimile of 1689 edition below.
Tres Thomae seu res gestae S. Thomae Apostoli. S. Thomae Archiepiscopi Cantuariensis & martyris. Thomae Mori Angliae quondam cancellarii.Thomae Stapletoni Angli, Sacrae Theologiae Doctoris, Et Professoris Regii, Dvaci Primo; Deinde Lovanii Opera quae extant omnia: nonnulla auctius et emendatius, quaedam jam antea Anglice scripta, nunc primum studio & diligentia doctorum virorum Anglorum Latine reddita, in Quattuor Tomos distributa, Quorum Elenchum Pagina decimanona indicabit. (Portrait in ornamental engr. border). [Vita Stapletoni per Henricum Hollandum ... conscripta]. 4 vols. Lutetiae Parisiorum: Sumptibus Roberti Fovet, Nicolai Buon, Sebastiani Cramoisy, 1620. Vol. 4: 931–1065. Available online [Subscription Service] through the Digital Library of the Catholic Reformation. See also Worldcat OCLC . [Gibson 123 + Smith 1981:46; Allison I:1129; Shaaber S298; Worldcat OCLC 838648809. Gibson:
]varia epigrammatato M., pp. 1059–1065.
Vita et obitus Thomae Mori, e Thomae Stapletoni tribus thomis Duaci anno MDLXXXIX. excusis.in Thomae Mori . . . Opera omnia. Frankfort and Leipzig: C. Gensch, 1689. Preface: (3)–75. Facsimile Rpt. (Unveränderter Nachdruck.) Frankfurt: Minerva, 1964. Available online at http://reader.digitale-sammlungen.de/resolve/display/bsb10065273.html [See Gibson 77 + Smith 1981:37; and Geritz F316. Stapleton's Life of Thomas More is included as a Preface to the 1689 edition of More's Latin Opera omnia. See also General Editions of Thomas More's Works.]
very freeadaptation (Moreana 17 (1968): 65.]
Legarraga in fact owes more to Brémond than to Stapleton(Moreana 17 (1968): 65.]
See also Walter Nigg in Modern Biographies
Appendix C: Stapleton.Sir Thomas More. A Play by Anthony Munday and Others. Revised by Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, Thomas Heywood and William Shakespeare. Ed. Vittorio Gabrieli and Giorgio Melchiori. The Revels Plays. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1990. 245–48. [Two short excerpts.]
From Vita et Illustre Martyrium Thomas Mori, Angliae Quondam Supremi Cancellarii.By Thomas Stapleton. Sources of Four Plays Ascribed to Shakespeare: The Reign of King Edward III, Sir Thomas More, The History of Cardenio, The Two Noble Kinsmen. Columbia, MO: U of Missouri P, 1989. 217–24. [Extract from Hallett's translation.]
Stapleton.Die englische Biographik de Tudor-Zeit. Hamburg: Friederichsen, de Gruyter & Co., 1930. 70–74.
Thomas Stapleton's Vita Mori: A Critical Analysis and History.Diss. Catholic U of America, Washington DC, 1952. [Sullivan I:180.]
Thomas Stapleton and More's Letter to Bugenhagen.[1968–70] See Letter to Bugenhagen.
Editor's Postscript: Miscellanea about Stapleton.Moreana 26 (1970): 14–16.
On Stapleton's Second Thomas.Moreana 27/28 (1970) 137–39.
Tres Thomae.Proceedings of the PMR Conference 10 (1985): 23–40.
Thomas Stapleton's Use of More's English Works (1557) in his Vita Thomae Mori (1588).Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Torontonensis. Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies: Toronto, 8 August to 13 August 1988. Ed. Alexander Dalzell, Charles Fantazzi, Richard J. Schoeck. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 86. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1991. 83–90. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/toronactaconvent00inteuoft [Geritz F173.]
Polemic as Piety: Thomas Stapleton's Tres Thomae and Catholic Controversy in the 1580s.Journal of Eccesiastical History 60:1 (2009): 74–94. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0022046907002485)
Sir Thomas More; now first published, from a Manuscript in the Lambeth Library, the Author unknown.By Ro. Ba. in Ecclesiastical Biography, or, Lives of Eminent Men Connected with the History og Religion in England: From the Commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution. 6 vols. London: Francis & John Rivington, 1810. 2: 53–232. 1810 Online at http://www.archive.org/details/ecclesiasticalbi02word [First printed edition of Ro. Ba.'s biography. Omits the Preface.]
From The Lyfe of Syr Thomas More, Sometymes Lord Chancellor of England.By Ro: Ba:. Sources of Four Plays Ascribed to Shakespeare: The Reign of King Edward III, Sir Thomas More, The History of Cardenio, The Two Noble Kinsmen. Columbia, MO: U of Missouri P, 1989. 225–36. [Extract from Hitchcock's edition.]
Ro. Ba.Die englische Biographik de Tudor-Zeit. Hamburg: Friederichsen, de Gruyter & Co., 1930. 74–7k.
The Author of Ro: Ba:'s Life of St. Thomas More.Los Angeles Tidings 10 Dec. 1948: 15. [Geritz F317.]
A Short Account of Sir Robert Basset of Umberleigh and Heanton Court near Barnstople in Devon (1573/4–1641).The Life of Syr Thomas More, Sometymes Lord Chancellour of England. By Ro: Ba:. Ed. E. V. Hitchcock and Philip E. Hallett. Early English Text Society 222. London: Oxford UP, 1950. 301–10.
Easell vs. Eisell: A Lexicographical Lapse.Moreana 39 (1973): 37–38. [On an omission from the O.E.D.: Ro. Ba.'s use of
easell, echoed in R. W. Chambers and Robert Bolt?]
A.D. 1599: The Last Tudor Biography of More.Moreana 139/40 (1999): 757–76.
Wales and The Life of Syr Thomas More by Ro. Ba.Notes and Queries ns 50 (2003): 17–18.
Sir Robert Basset and The Life of Syr Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 51 (2004): 263.
Seven Manuscripts, See Beal I/2: 348.
The discourse of the life and death of Cardinall Woolsey: England, [ca. 1640].Yale University, MS Vault Shelves/Cavendish [Worldcat OCLC 702148055:
Autograph manuscript copy in an unidentified hand. Bound with an autograph manuscript copy in an unidentified hand of chapters 9 through 12 of Cresacre More's The Life and Death of Sir Thomas More.]
An Edition of Cresacre More's Life of Sir Thomas More.Diss. Yale U, 1972. [Geritz F003.]
From Thomas More to Cresacre More.The Life of Syr Thomas More, Sometymes Lord Chancellour of England. By Ro: Ba:. Ed. E. V. Hitchcock and Philip E. Hallett. Early English Text Society 222. London: Oxford UP, 1950. 311–14.
Cresacre and Thomas More During the English Revolution, 1640–1660. See More's Family and Descendents: 17th and 18th Centuries.
For Ellis Heywood's Italian dialogue in honour of Thomas More Il Moro (1556), see Ellis Heywood.
A work partly based on Stapleton's life of MoreARCR I:831); it focuses
almost exclusively on [More's] loyalty to Katherine of Aragon and on his trial and execution,William Sheils, Journal of Ecclesiastical History 60 (2009): 80,n.23.]
Autenticaedition. Gibson 102 + Smith 1981:42 + Smith 1988:139; ARCR I:832; USTC 5027850 (IB B75470), see http://ustc.ac.uk/index.php/record/5027850 (which fails to distinguish between the two editions of 1617 or the reprint of 1747). A re-issue of 1592. No Portrait (unlike
Apōocrifaedition. Gibson 101 + Smith 1981:41 + Smith 1988:139; ARCR I:833; USTC 5027850 (IB B75470), see http://ustc.ac.uk/index.php/record/5027850 (which fails to distinguish between the two editions of 1617 or the reprint of 1747). A re-issue of 1592 and 1617, Autentica editions. Portrait by Anton Wierx (unsigned).]
Pernandezin Error for
Sucesores de Rivadeneyra, 1893. [A reprint of 1747?]
Estudio y edición del Tomás Moro, de Fernando de Herrera.Archivo Hispalense 12 [39–41?] (1950): 9–56.
Sobre las ediciones del Tomás Moro de Fernando de Herrera.Revista de Bibliografía Nacional [Madrid] 7 (1946): 221–29.
Las fuentes históricas del Tomás Moro de Fernando de Herrera.Revista Bibliográfica y Documental 3 (1949): 237–43.
El Tomás Moro de Fernando de Herrera.Boletín de la Real Academia Española 30 (1950): 423–38.
Santo Tomás Moro en España y en la América hispana. See More and Spain.
See Carthusians: Chauncy's Historia.
A2, Dedication: To my worthily most honoured kinsman, C: Hoddesdon Esq;.]
For a partial list of editions of Domenico Regi's Vita, including 1675, 1708, 1728, 1733, 1755, 1782, and 1788; see http://www.cultura-barocca.com/crediti23.htm#regi.
(Not in Gibson) Regi. Vita. 1728. Padova.but lists the same location for the book as the source of the microfilm listed in Worldcat:
Bologna, Biblioteca Comunale dell'Archiginnasio(which also has a copy of Venezia, 1728 (Gibson 115), according to Smith 1981:44). This is called the
terza impressioneand the 1714 edition is called the
sesta impressionebut there are no surviving
quintaeditions between 1708 and 1714.]
Dedicata al merito singol. del M. R. P. Tommaso Nicolo Maria Riccardi . . .]
The Abate Picinelli, Domenico Regi and Thomas More, A Postcript.Iconography.
Die XI. Geschicht von Thomas Morus / Cantzler in England.De Hohe Traur-Saal oder Steigen und Fallen grosser Herren. Nürnberg: Michael and Johann Friedrich Endtern, 1665. 150–59. [Based on Stapleton. See Clarence Miller below in Studies.]
Brief Lives: chiefly of contemporaries, set down by John Aubrey, between the years 1669 & 1696. Edited from the Author's MSS by Andrew Clark. 2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1898. Vol 2: I–Y Online at http://www.archive.org/details/briefliveschiefl02aubruoft [First edition.]
Sir Thomas More.Aubrey's Brief Lives. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1972. 282–84.
Another Renaissance Biography of Sir Thomas More.English Studies 34 (1953): 115–17. [Geritz F283; Wentworth 121. On Graziani's De casibus virorum illustrium.]
Richard Pace's Sketch of Thomas More.Journal of English and Germanic Philology 57 (1958): 36–50. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 180–88, 611–14. [Geritz F322; Wentworth 642.]
A Seventeenth-Century German Life of Thomas More.Moreana 71/72 (1981): 29–36. [Geritz F208.]
John Aubrey's Brief Life of More: Facts, Half-Truths, or Fictions?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. 223–31. [Geritz F087; Wentworth 109.]
See also The Rastell Fragments and William Rastell">William Rastell.
Observations upon Certain Inaccuracies in the Published Letters of Sir Thomas More. See Prison Letters.
The Editor of Sir Thomas More's English Works: William Rastell.The Library 4th ser., IV:1 (1923): 25–49.
William Rastell and More's English Works.The English Works of Sir Thomas More. Ed. W. E. Campbell, and A. W. Reed. 2 vols. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode; New York: Lincoln MacVeagh, The Dial Press, 1931. 1: 1–12. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 436–46, 663. [Geritz D010; Wentworth 269.]
The Literary Survival of Thomas More.Culture 21 (1960): 186–202. [Geritz D002; Sullivan 1:83.]
A Propos des Premières Collections d'Écrits de Thomas More.Moreana 2 (1964): 51–54. [Geritz D014.]
Pursuits, Problems and Pitfalls in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Bibliography.Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 59 (1965): 355–66. [Geritz D006.]
Three Tudor Editors of Thomas More. See A Dialogue of Comfort.
More's Folio Works, 1557; For a Census and an Anatomy.Moreana 13 (1967): 69–78. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana13pages69-78.pdf [Geritz D009.]
Dr. Donne in the Court of Kings: A Glimpse from Marginalia. See John Donne and Thomas More.
The Rastell Folio at Crawley Friary.Moreana 30 (1971): 117–120.
The Rastell Folio at the London Library.Moreana 33 (1972): 67–68.
Thomas More and His Printers.A Festschrift for Edgar Ronald Scary: Essays in English Literature Presented by Colleagues and Former Students. Eds, A. A. MacDonald, P. A. Flaherty, and G. M. Story. St. John's Newfoundland: Memorial U of Newfoundland, 1975. 40–57. [Geritz D005; Wentworth 249.]
Introduction.The Workes of Sir Thomas More Knyght, sometyme Lord Chancellour of England, wrytten by him in the Englysh tonge. London: J. Cawood, J. Waly, A. R. Tottell, 1557. Facsimile Rpt. Scolar Press Facsimiles. London: Scolar P, 1978. 2 vols. with an intro. by K. J. Wilson. [v]–[xiv]. [Geritz C40.]
The English Works of St. Thomas More.Clergy Review 64 (1979): 233–38. [Sum.: David Bradshaw, Moreana 79/80 (1983): 104.]
A Correction by Hand in More's Supplication, 1529,and
Correctio correctionis.Moreana 77 (1983): 100 + 78 (1983): 100. [Geritz S049. No.78 deals with additional corrections by hand to EW 1557.]
The Editorial Design of the 1557 English Works.Moreana 89 (1986): 39–48. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana89pages39-48.pdf [Geritz D001; Wentworth 101.]
More Bibliographical Notes.Moreana 97 (1988): 141–43. [Geritz D007 (and S051). On the 1557 Englysh Workes. (and the second edition of Dialogue Concerning Heresies.]
Appendix E: The Printer's Copy for the Supplication of Souls in the 1557 English Works. See The Supplication of Souls.
The vvorkes of Sir Thomas More, 1557: (das Huth/Burns/Leyel/Borowitz-Exemplar): with a summary in English. Schriften der Unversitätsbibliotek Düsseldorf 14. Düsseldorf: Universitätsbibliothek Düsseldorf, 1992.
Thomas More and the Printing Press.Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1995. 104–113. Rpt. in Europa: Wiege des Humanismus und der Reformation. 5 Internationales Symposion der
Amici Thomas Mori20. bis 27. Mai 1995 in Mainz. Dokumentation. Ed. Hermann Boventer and Uwe Baumann. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1997. 211–28. [Geritz F297.]
Sir Thomas More.The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. 4 vols. London: Printed for R. Griffiths at the Dunciad in St. Paul's Churchyard, 1753. Vol. I:32–46. Online at http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/ecco/004851380.0001.001/1:10?rgn=div1;view=fulltext. Online at http://readcentral.com/massappealnews/chapters/Theophilus-Cibber/The-Lives-of-the-Poets-of-Great-Britain-and-Ireland-1753-Volume-I/009. [ESTC T82891 and T82892; Sullivan 1:199.]
Based on Guthkelch's Bibliography, etc.
Vita Thomae Mori.Thomas Morus, olim Angliae cancellarius, juvenem principem docet, quid facto opus sit, ut sceptro admovendus, sibi gloriam, salutem regno, subditis felicitatem pariat a Francisco Xav. Szuhányi. Cassoviae [Košice, Slovakia]: typis Joannis Michaelis Landerer perpetui in Füskút, 1790. –10. Available online at http://fulltext.lib.unideb.hu/book.cgi?lf=morus.lst [Seems to be a "Mirror for Princes" fictionally attributed to More.]
Sir Thomas More.Lives of British Statesmen. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1807. 1–121. Online at http://books.google.ca/books?id=2CwVAAAAQAAJ Rpt. in Introduction to Utopia. Translated . . . by . . . Bishop Burnet. To which is prefixed a life of the author. London: Printed by Day for Jones and Bumford, 1808. [Sullivan 2:256–57.]
Sir Thomas More.Biographical sketches of the lives and characters of illustrious and eminent men. Illustrated with whole length portraits. London: C.G. Dyer amd H. Setchel and Son, 1819. –. 256p. Online at http://books.google.com/books?id=7p0PAAAAQAAJ&pg=PT212 [Sullivan 2:304–305. Arranged Alphabetically. Not paginated? — Page numbers in Google copy written in pen.]
Sir Thomas More.Lives of British Statesmen. 2 vols. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1820. Vol. 1: 1–154. Vol.1 Online at http://www.archive.org/details/livesbritishsta01macdgoog [cf. 1807 edition.]
Sir Thomas More.Lives of British Statesmen. London: L. A. Lewis, 1838. 1–104. Online at http://books.google.com/books?id=tKdkAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA1 [Earlier editions by Jones and Bumford in 1807, 1808, and 1820 with Burnet's Utopia?]
Sir Thomas More, 1480–1535.in Lives of Eminent British Statesmen. 7 vols. London: Lardner's Cyclopedia, 1830, 1831. Vol. I: 1–110. 1831 ed. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/livesofeminentbr01londiala Another edition: Philadelphia: Carey and Lee, 1832. I: 1–91. Rpt. as
Life of Sir Thomas Morein The Miscellaneous Works of the Right Honourable Sir James Mackintosh. 3 vols. London: Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1846. Vol. I: 389–504. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/miscellaneouswor01mackuoft Another Edition: 1854. Vol. 1: 393–507. (Also available online) Rpt. Three Volumes Complete in One: The Modern British Essayists 8. Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, 1848. 43–82. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/miscworksright00mackrich Another edition: London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1851. 184–238. http://www.archive.org/details/miscellaneouswo01mackgoog [Sullivan 2:262–263, 210. See E. E. Reynolds,
Sir James Mackintosh and Sir Thomas More,Modern More Biographers.]
Appendice: Analyse de l'Utopie de Thomas Moruson pp.359–413. The Hungarian translation was made from the French. In his biography Walter also promised to publish an anthology of More's writings, see next item. See also Robert F. McNamara,
Who was William Joseph Walter?Modern More Biographers.]
The Psychological Character of Sir Thomas More.Amenities of literature: consisting of sketches and characters of English literature. 2 vols. London: E. Moxon; Paris: A. and W. Galignani and C., 1841–42; New York: J. & H.G. Langley, 1845. I:256–68. Many editions. Rpt. 3 vols. London: Frederick Warne; New York: Scribners, 1867. I:289–302. Paris 1841 online at https://archive.org/details/bub_gb_U6gSGMSCtX0C. [Sullivan 1:278.]
Life and Times of Sir Thomas More.Baltimore: Fielding Lucas Jr.; Philadelphia: Barrington and Haswell, 1841. Online at http://books.google.com/books?id=0VMeAAAAMAAJ [See previous item.]
Désiré Nisard [1806–1888], lecteur d'Érasme et de More,More and France.]
Sir Thomas More: a lecture by Charles Buxton.Evening Recreations. Ed. Joseph Hampden Gurney. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1856. 69–100. Online at http://books.google.com/books?id=BF0CAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA69 [Sullivan 1:148.]
Sir Thomas More.Lectures on Great Men. London: James Nesbitt, 1856, 1857, 1858, 1861, 1874, 1877, 1890. 172–204. Online at https://archive.org/details/lecturesongreat01myergoog. [Sullivan 2:354–355. Also includes a biography of Thomas Cranmer, pp.205–242.]
Knights of St. John, etc. Granville popular library. London: Burns & Lambert, 1860. iv, 112, 1v, 95, iv, 147p. Rpt. London: Burns & Oates, [1875?], 1879, 1882, [1890?]. 1875? edition Online at http://www.archive.org/details/threechancellors00dranuoft [Sullivan 1:293–294.]
Thomas Morus.Réformateurs et Publicistes de l'Europe. Moyen Âge-Renaissance. Paris: Michel Lévy, 1864. 337–93. Online at https://archive.org/details/rformateurset00fran. [Sullivan 1:368–69. Volumes for later periods published in 1881 and 1893.]
Sir Thomas More.Historical Portraits of the Tudor Dynasty and the Reformation Period. 4? vols. London: John Hodges, 1879, 1881. I:337–69. 1881 edition online at https://archive.org/details/historicalportra01burk. Rpt. with changes as
>Sir Thomas More and His Times.Catholic World 36 (1883): 627–57. [Sullivan 1:140.]
Das häusliche Leben des Thomas Morus.Historische Zeitschrift 21 (1869): 65–103. [Sullivan 2:99–100.]
Sir Thomas More: A Lecture delivered to the St. Mary's Branch of the Catholic Union of Ireland.Irish Monthly Magazine (1876): 340–52, 363–72. Online at http://books.google.ca/books?id=_bERAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA340 Rpt. as
A Dyalogue of Comforte agaynste Tribulacyon.Utopia and A Dialogue of Comfort. Everyman's Library 461. London: Dent, 1910, 1913, 1916, 1918, 1923, 1926, 1928, 1931, 1935, 1937, 1946. vii–xxxv. 1946 Online at Online at http://www.archive.org/details/utopiawiththedia00moreuoft
New learningof the sixteenth century in relation to social reform. A lecture delivered before the Sunday Lecture Society, St. George's Hall, Langham Place, on Sunday afternoon, 22nd November, 1885 . . . London: Sunday Lecture Society, 1885, 1900? 22p. [Sullivan 2:148.]
The Sweetness of Blessed Thomas More.Catholic World XLVIII (48) (1889):453–88. [Sullivan 2:169.]
More's first modern biographer: T.E. Bridgett, C.SS.R.,Modern More Biographers.]
Sir Thomas More.English Social Reformers. London: Methuen, 1892, 1902, 1905. 29–63. Online at https://archive.org/details/englishsocialre02gibbgoog. [Sullivan 2:27–28.]
More, Sir Thomas.Dictionary of National Biography. London: Spottiswoode & Co., 1894. Vol. 38: 429–49. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/dictionaryofnati38stepuoft Rpt. London: Geoffrey Cumberlege for Oxford UP, 1921–22. Vol. XIII: 876–96. [Sullivan 1:220.]
Fisher and More as Leaders of Progress,and
Fisher and More as Martyrs for Conscience.Lectures on Colet, Fisher, and More, at St. Paul's Cathedral, 1894. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; New York: E. & J. B. Young, 1895. 44–79, 80–118. Online at https://books.google.ca/books?id=YWVCAAAAYAAJ. [Sullivan 2:292–93.]
Sir Thomas More.Quarterly Review 184 (1896): 328–64. [Sullivan 2:236–37.]
Sir Thomas More.Prisoners of the Tower of London: being an account of some who at divers times lay captive within its walls. London: Dent, 1899, rpt. 1901. 95–111. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/prisonersoftower00broo
More—The Saint.Renaissance Types. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1901; New York: Longmans, Green, 1901. 309–78. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/renaissancetypes00lillrich [Sullivan II: 236.]
Blessed Thomas More.Orations. Intro. by Cardinal John Gibbons. Saint Paul: Adams-Cannon, 1902, 1903. 87–127. Online at https://archive.org/details/orationsofhenrya00adam. [Sullivan I:5.]
Blessed Thomas More.A Complete History of the British Martyrs from the Roman Occupation to Elizabeth's Time. London: Published by the Proprietors of the Catholic Repository, 1902. 94–122. Online at https://archive.org/details/completehistoryo00flemuoft. [Sullivan 1:325–26.]
B. Thomas More, Lord Chancellor of England. Tower Hill, July 6, 1535.Lives of the English Martyrs Declared Blessed by Pope Leo XIII. in 1886 and 1895: Written by Fathers of the Oratory, of the Secular Clergy, and of the Society of Jesus. Vol. I: Martyrs under Henry VIII. London: Burns and Oates, 1904. Reissued London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1914. 123–248. 1914 Available online at https://archive.org/details/livesofenglishma01camm [Sullivan 1:153–54.]
Sir Thomas More.Ten Tudor Statesmen. London: E. Nash, 1906. Rev. ed. London: Grayson & Grayson, 1934. 67–91. Rpt. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat P, . [Sullivan 1:158. A brief biography.]
Le Martyre du Bienheureux Thomas More, à la Tour de Londres, le 6 juillet 1535.Les Martyrs: Recueil de pièces authentiques sur les martyrs depuis les origines du christianisme jusqu'au XX° siècle. Vol. VII: La Réforme. Traduites et publiées par H. Leclercq. 15 Vols. Paris: Oudin, 1907. 7:83–161. Online at http://www.abbaye-saint-benoit.ch/martyrs/martyrs0007.htm. [Sullivan 2:216–217. Includes translations of excerpts from Roper (85–111) and also nine of More's Prison Letters, including Rogers #205 and #206 (112–161).]
Sir Thomas More.Great Englishmen of the Sixteenth Century. London: Constable; New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1904, 1907. 17–62. Rpt. London: Thomas Nelson, 1907; London: The Harrap Library, 1925; Rpt. Freeport, New York: Books for Libraries Press, 1970; Fort Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1972. 1904 Online at http://www.archive.org/details/greatenglishmen00lees [Wentworth 49; Sullivan 1:219–20. Expresses typical 19th century liberal prejudices; shows no understanding of More's Christian Humanism or of the complexities of More's character.]
Sir Thomas More and Freedom of Conscience, 1529–1535.Leaders of the People: Studies in Democratic History. London: Martin Secker; New York: Mitchell and Kennerly, 1911. 193–213. Online at https://archive.org/details/leadersofpeoples00clayuoft. [Sullivan 1:202–203.]
Thomas More.Catholic Encyclopedia XIV (14): 689–93 . Online at http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/14689c.htm. [Sullivan 2: 133 and 314.]
Sir Thomas More.The Open Court 31:9 (September 1917): 513–25. Available online at http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3200&context=ocj
Roman and Utopian More.Catholic World 108 (1919): 433–40. [Sullivan 2:305–306.]
Blessed Thomas More, Franciscan Tertiary.Franciscans and the Protestant Revolution in England. Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1920. 75–103. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/franciscansandth06stecuoft Rpt. Read Books; Quinn Press, 2008.
Sir Thomas More.The social and political ideas of some great thinkers of the sixteenth and seventeenth: a series of lectures delivered at King's College, University of London, during the Session 1925–26. Alternate title: The Social and Political Ideas of Some Great Thinkers of the Renaissance and the Reformation . . . Ed. F. J. C. Hearnshaw. London: George G. Harrop, 1925, 1926. Rpt. New York: Brentano, 1925, 1932. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1925, 1949, 1967. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood P, 1985. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat P, 1967. London: Dawsons of Pall Mall, 1967. 123–48. Online at https://archive.org/details/socialpoliticali00hear_0. [Wentworth 58; Sullivan 2:97 and S2:10.]
Blessed John Fisher and Blessed Thomas More.The Venerabile [Magazine of the English College in Rome] 3 (1926–28): 137–46 + 2 plates. [Sum.: F. Murray, Moreana 19/20 (1968): 100.]
Le Bienheureux Thomas More.Ed. Jean Michel Alfred Vacant et al. Dictionnaire de Théologie Catholique. Paris: [s.l.: Letouzey et Ané], 1902–1950. 15 vols. Vol. 10 (1928?): cols. 2472–82. Online at http://jesusmarie.free.fr/dictionnaire_de_theologie_catholique_lettre_M.html [Cit.: G. Marc'hadour Thomas More et la Bible (Paris: Vrin, 1969), p.559.]
A Catholic of the Renaissance.The Fame of Blessed Thomas More, Being Addresses Delivered in his Honour in Chelsea, July 1929. London: Sheed & Ward, 1929. 81–92. [Wentworth 28; Sullivan 1:134–35. More as a representative of the
common man, of the best in his age and culture.]
Sir Thomas More's Fame Among His Countrymen.The Fame of Blessed Thomas More, Being Addresses Delivered in his Honour in Chelsea, July 1929. London: Sheed & Ward, 1929. 9–32. [Wentworth 247; Sullivan 1:187.]
A Turning Point in History.The Fame of Blessed Thomas More, Being Addresses Delivered in his Honour in Chelsea, July 1929. London: Sheed & Ward, 1929. 63–64. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 501. [Geritz V005; Wentworth 37; Sullivan I:195. See also Chesterton's A Short History of England (London: Chatto & Windus, 1917), 133ff.]
Blessed John Fisher and Blessed Thomas More.The English Martyrs. Papers from the Summer School of Catholic Studies held at Cambridge, July 28–August 6, 1928. Edited by Dom Bede Camm. Cambridge: W. Heffer & Sons, 1929. 77–96. [Wentworth 44; Sullivan 1:71; Sullivan 1:152 and 2:71.]
That Mirror of Worldly Vertue: Sir Thomas More.Catholic World CXXXIII (Sept. 1931): 671–77. [Sullivan 2:16–17.]
Sir Thomas More: The Idealist (b. 1478, d. 1535).Leading Figures in English History: Tudor and Stewart Period. London: Rivington, 1931. Rpt. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries P, 1967. 35–56. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat P, . [Sullivan 2:157–158. See also Ten Tudor Statesmen (1906) above.]
Thomas More (1477–1535).The English Way: Studies in English Sanctity from St. Bede to Newman. Ed. Maisie Ward. London: Sheed & Ward, 1933. 209–17. [Wentworth 36; Sullivan I:195.]
Roman and Utopian More.Franciscan Poets. London: MacMillan, 1933. 41–51. [Sullivan 2:354.]
Qui est Daniel Sargent?and
Un Jubilé: le Thomas More de Daniel Sargent,in Modern More Biographers. Marc'hadour's review mentions a number of different translations.]
Sir Thomas More (1934) by Christopher Hollis (1903–1977),More Biographers.]
The Life and Daeth of Blessed Thomas More.Followers in the Way. London: Centenary Press, 1934. 119–33. [Sullivan 2:259.]
Fisher and More.The Reformation and the Contemplative Life: A Study of Conflict between the Carthusians and the State. London: Sheed & Ward, 1934. 189–204. [Wentworth 53; Sullivan 1:296–97.]
The Canonization of a Humanist.Catholic World 141 (1935): 257–62. [Geritz F035.]
Sir Thomas More, 1478–1535.The Great Tudors. Ed. K. Garvin. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1935. 101–16. Rpt. in abr. ed. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1956, 1961. 67–82. Rev. vers. rpt. as
Martyrs of the Reformation: Thomas More.in Man's Unconquerable Mind. By R. W. Chambers. London: Jonathan Cape, 1939. 172–89. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 489–500, 666. [Geritz F039; Wentworth 35; Sullivan 1:187 and 2:17.]
St. Thomas More.America 53 (1935): 104–105 and The Well and the Shallows. London: Sheed & Ward, 1935, 1937. 237–43. Rpt. San Francisco, CA: Ignatius P, 2006. 175–79. Rpt. in The Catholic Church and Conversion—and others. Vol. 3 of The Collected Works of G. K. Chesterton. Ed. J. J. Thompson, Jr. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1990. 505–509. Online at http://www.catholiceducation.org/articles/stories_of_faith_and_character/cs0457.htm [Sullivan 1:195.]
The Faith of St. Thomas More.Quarterly Review 265 (1935): 327–43. Rpt. in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977. 502–12, 666–67. Rpt. in More. Great Political Thinkers 6. Ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris. 2 vols. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publications, 1997. I: 1–17. [Geritz F043; Wentworth 38; Sullivan 1:218–219. A review article of R. W. Chamber's Biography]
Saint Thomas More [1478–1535].Married Saints. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1935. 1941. Rpt. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries P, 1969. 173–91. [Sullivan 1:257.]
St. Thomas More.Catholic World 141 (1935): 187–94. [Geritz F048; Sullivan 1:256–57.]
St. Thomas More.A Noble Company. London: Alexander Ouseley, 1935. 118–35. [Sullivan 1:357.]
More and Scholarship.Month 165 (1935): 414–22. [Geritz F083; Wentworth 200.]
The Relics of SS. John Fisher and Thomas More.The Tablet 20th July 1935. Online at http://archive.thetablet.co.uk and http://catholicsaints.info
Saint Thomas More, European.Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review [Dublin] 24 (1935): 379–90. [Geritz F122; Wentworth 46; Sullivan 2:123–24.]
Humanisme et unité chrétienne: John Fisher et Thomas More.Études 223 (1935): 442–60. [Geritz F126; Sullivan 2:160–61.]
John Fisher and Thomas More.TLS 30 May 1935: 337–38. [Sullivan 2:166–67.]
Sir Thomas More.Expository News 46 (1935): 467–70. [Sullivan 2:235–36.]
Blessed Thomas More as the Patron of Laymen.Clergy Review 9 (1935): 368–76. [Sullivan 2:295.]
Saint Thomas More.Blackfriars 16 (1935): 487–494. [Sullivan 2:312.]
The Merry Martyr: Sir Thomas More.The Irish Monthly 63:741 (Mar. 1935): 160–166. Read online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/20513722
Sir Thomas More, 1478–1535.Catholic Review 148 (1935): 55–64. [Geritz F346.]
Saint Thomas More.Characters of the Reformation. London: Sheed & Ward, 1936. 98–110. Rpt. New York: Image Books, 1958. 62–69. [Geritz F014; Wentworth 167; Sullivan 1:69–70; Therese O'Niell, Moreana 85 (1985): 110. On the uniqueness of More's death. See also
The Witness of Abstract Truth,in More's Trial.]
Apropos de IVe centenaire et de la Canonisation de Thomas More.Revue anglo-américaine (June 1936): 416–30. [Geritz F049; Sullivan 1:258.]
Thomas More: Scholar, Statesman, Saint,Law Quarterly Review 162 (1937): 233–36. [Geritz G039; Sullivan 2:89–90.]
More and Utopia.Medieval Panorama: The English Scene from Conquest to Reformation. Cambridge: At the University Press, 1938. 664–80, 755, passim. [Sullivan 1:220–221. Many references to More throughout the work.]
The World-Vision of St. Thomas More.Month 172 (1938): 109–17. [Geritz F090; Wentworth 42.]
St. Thomas More.Great Catholics. Ed. C. Williamson. London: Nicholson and Watson, 1938. 151–61. [Sullivan 2:320. A brief biography.]
The Catholic Reformers: More the Christian Humanist.Pre-Reformation England. London: MacMillan, 1938. Rpt. New York: Russell & Russell, 1963. 463–84.
Saint Thomas More.Pillars of the Church. New York: Longmans Green and Co., 1945. Rpt. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries P, 1970. 121–44. [Geritz F187; Wentworth 54; Sullivan 2:305.]
St. Thomas More [1477–1535].Saints are not Sad: Forty Biographical Portraits. Ed. F. J. Sheed. New York: Sheed & Ward, 1949. 290–96.
St. Thomas More, Martyred Chancellor.Priest 14 (1952): 318–320. [Geritz V007.]
Saint Thomas More.The Month ns, 8:2 (1952): 93–103. Rpt. in Saints and Ourselves: Personal Studies. [First Series] Ed. Philip Caraman London: Hollis & Carter; New York: P. J. Kenedy, 1953. Rpt. Saints and Ourselves: Personal Portraits of Favourite Saints by Twenty-four Outstanding Catholic Authors. Garden City, NY: Image Books (Doubleday), 1958. 171–82. French translation by F. Roret in La Vie Spirituelle no. 516 (May 1965): 512–25. [Sum.: Mary-Christine Bradshaw, Moreana 83/84 (1984): 54. The are several editions of Saints and Ourselves, some of which (the 2nd and 3rd series) do not contain More's Life.]
St. Thomas More.Saints for Now. Ed. Clare Boothe Luce. New York: Sheed & Ward, 1952. 161–74. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 75/76 (1982): 88. A brief biography by a world-famous Catholic economist.]
Qui est Leslie Paul?in More Scholars.]
Thomas Becket and Thomas More: Were they both Martyrs?Church Quarterly Review 157 (1956): 35–46. [Geritz F046; Wentworth 66.]
Sir Thomas More.TLS 26 Dec. 1958: 751. [Geritz F320.]
Et ab invicem non sunt separati [They are Mutually Inseparable].Clergy Review ns 44 (1959): 425–28. [English article. On the martyrdoms of More and Fisher.]
King's Chancellor: St. Thomas More.Popular Patron Saints. Milwaukee: Bruce, 1959. 136–40.
The Vocation of St. Thomas More.American Benedictine Review 12 (1961): 298–309. [Geritz F128; Wentworth 48.]
Thomas More (1478–1535).Portraits of Renaissance Life and Thought. London: Longmans; New York: Barnes & Noble, 1964. 27–45. [Geritz G016.]
Thomas More: New Buildings and Old.Moreana 4 (1964): 5–17. Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana4pages5-17.pdf [Geritz F327; Wentworth 63.]
Thomas More, a European Humanist. Thomas More, Patron of the 16th Graduation Class of the College of Europe (Bruges)Memo from Belgium 71 (Dec. 1965) Brussels [Belgium]: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, 1965. Rpt. in Amici Thomae Mori Gazette 24 (Autumn 2011): 7–11 + 25 (Spring 2012): 12–17. French Version published as Thomas More, patron de la 16ème promotion du Collège d'Europe. Textes et documents, 206. [Bruxelles:] Ministère des affaires étrangères et du commerce extérieur, Service de l'information, 1965. and
Thomas More: humaniste européen.La Revue Nouvelle [Tournai] 44 (1966): 3–20. German version as Hendrik Brugmans Thomas More: Schutzpatron der 16. Promotion des Europa-Kollegiums. Brüssel, 1965. Italian version as Thomas More: promotore della 16 sessione del Collegio d'Europa. [Brussels?:] Testi e documenti, dicembre 1965. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana Index to Vol. II, p.13 + 9:117–118 + 10: 114 + 11 (1966): 106; Geritz J006 and R060; Worldcat OCLC 24056415 (En), 459500738, 952032379(Fr), 263737696 (De), 952032500 (It). Also published in Dutch, and Spanish?]
The Humanists: Vives, More and Whytford,pp. 62–72, and
Sir Thomas More,pp. 191–200.]
St. Thomas More.New Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967. 9: 1136–42. [See also new article by Gerard Wegemer in New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2010.]
St. Thomas More.Catholic Lawyer 14 (1968): 320–25, 319. [Geritz F066.]
The English Renaissance: Sir Thomas More.Renaissance Men and Ideas. Ed. Robert Schwoebel. New York: St. Martin's P, 1971. 39–51. [Geritz F249. A brief biography.]
Sir Thomas More.Tudor Portraits: Success and Failure of an Age. London: George G. Harrop, 1973. 31–51. [A brief biography.]
Sir (Saint) Thomas More.Encyclopedia Britannica. (15th ed. 1974). 8: 313–15. Rpt. with changes Angers: Éditions Moreana, 1982. [11th ed. (1911) by M. Pattison, Vol. 18: 822–26; 14th ed. (1973) by H. W. Donner, Vol. 15: 830–33. A. W. Reed responsible for 12th ed. (1923) or 13th ed. (1926)?]
The Effects of Childhood Bereavement and Parental Remarriage in Sixteenth-Century England: The Case of Thomas More.History of Childhood Psychology 1 (1973/74): 310–36. [Geritz F279; Wentworth 61. A psychohistorical paper based on unsubstantiated speculations about the death of More's mother and of More's subsequent upbringing. See Marc'hadour's 1975 response.]
Thomas More's Early Traumas and Complexes.Moreana 45 (1975): 49–52 + 49 (1976): 101. [Geritz F172. A criticism of Saffady's article.]
Thomas More.Lives of the Tudor Age, 1485–1603. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1977. 331–36.
Thomas More.Saints Alive: The Lives of Thirteen Heroic Saints. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1978. 90–113. [Geritz F082.]
Reconsideration.New Republic 24 Jun. 1978: 37–41. [Repeats old canard or shibboleth about More
persecutingheretics, but does emphasise his wit and humour.]
Picture Book: Contains 50 colour photograph illustrations, together with an accompanying essay.]
Prologue: The Man and his Age,pp.1–15, and
Epilogue: The Man Against the Age,pp.234–38.]
The Fame of Saint Thomas More.Moreana 62 (1979): 31–41. [Geritz F259; Wentworth 60.]
Foxeanvituperation by a descendant of one of the
Marian Martyrs. Character assassination at its worst.]
Thomas More as a Martyr,Downside Review 101 (1983): 187–93.
Thomas MoreMoreana 78 (1983): 5–10.Exposed,
A Mosaic on Ridley's More,Moreana 82 (1984): 99–104.
A Sharper Look at Ridley's Book,Moreana 82 (1984): 95–98.
Second Thoughts on Thomas More's Biography, America 16 Nov. 1985: 330–31; rpt. in Catholic Lawyer, 30 (1985): 94–98.
Marius on More: A Survey of Reviews,Moreana 87/88 (1985): 75–82. [Geritz F228.]
A Man for Our Season: Marius on More,Moreana 101/102 (1990): 47–54. [Sum.: p.54.].
Three Biographies of Thomas More.Biography: An Interdisciplinary Journal 8.1 (1985): 83–92. Rpt. Moreana 52:201–202 (2015): 347–358. [A
Review Articleof the Biographies of Jasper Ridley, John Guy (Public Career), and Alistair Fox.]
Thomas More.Contemporaries of Erasmus: A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation. Ed. P. G. Bietenholz, and T. B. Beutscher. 3 vols. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1985–87. Vol. 2: 456–459. Rpt. with three Volumes in One with separate pagination as Contemporaries of Erasmus: A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation. Volumes 1–3 Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2003.
St. Thomas More: God's Servant First.Saints. London: Hutchinson, 1987. 71–82.
Saint Thomas More (1477/78–1535).Canadian Catholic Review 6 (1988): 104–10. [A brief biography.]
I volti della vita in Tommaso Moro.La Vita: realtà e valore. Padua: Gregoriana, 1990. 127–45. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 114 (1993): 103–04.]
Chevalerie et martyre.Saints et Saincteté: hier et aujourd'hui. Textes d'un colloque organisé en 1989 par le Groupe de Recherches de l'Histoire et la Pensée Religieuses Anglaises de l'Université Paris-Val de Marne. Paris: Didier-Erudition, 1991. 17–39. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 113 (1993): 79.]
Ein Mann zu jeder Jahreszeit.Am Regenbogen der Heiligen. Ed. Eberhard von Gemmingen. Leutesdorf: Johannes-Verlag, 1993. 159–97. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 118/119 (1994): 274.]
Sir Thomas More (6 or 7 February 1477 or 1478 - 6 July 1535).Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers. Second Series. Ed. David A. Richardson. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 136. Detroit, MI: Gale, 1994. 235–54.
Easterweek, 1534. Saint Thomas More: A Saint for our Season.Catholic Insight [Toronto] 3:3 (April 1995): 13–16.
Thomas More.Centuriae latinae: cent une figures humanistes de la Renaissance aux Lumières offerts à Jacques Chomarat. Ed. Colette Nativel. Geneva: Librairie Droz, 1997. 563–70.
St. Thomas More (1478–1535), Married Man, Humanist and Martyr.Priests and People 11:6 (June 1997): 241–45.
More, Thomas (c.1478–1535), English humanist, statesman.Encyclopedia of the Renaissance. Ed. Paul F. Grendler. 6 vols. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1999. Vol. 4: 185–90.
Sir Thomas More: A Man for One Season.The Broken Estate: Essays on Literature and Belief. New York: Random House, 1999. 3–15. Online at http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/wood.htm
John Guy's Thomas More: On the Dimensions of Political Biography,Moreana 143/44 (2000): 81–96. [Sum.: pp.81–82.]
More, Sir Thomas.Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Online. [Jan. 2008] (http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ref:odnb/19191)
St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More.English Catholic Heroes. Ed. John Jolliffe. Herefordshire: Gracewing, 2008. 242p. [Worldcat OCLC 262207570. 16 biographies.]
Sir Thomas More, St.New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2010. Detroit: Gale, 2010. Vol. 2. 824–831. [Supercedes earlier 1967 NCE article by Richard J. Schoeck.]
Thomas More:The Great Humanists: An Introduction. London:I. B. Tauris. 2011. 176–188, 283–85.The King's Good Servant, God's First.
Thomas More, 1478–1535.Icons of the Middle Ages: Rulers, Writers, Rebels, and Saints: Rulers ... Edited by Lister M. Matheson. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2011. 473–517.
Thomas More.Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. [March 19, 2014]. http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/thomas-more/
Invito alla lettura di Thomas More e G. K. Chesterton) by Carlo di Marchi (Intro. available online at https://www.academia.edu/19903328/). Collana: La cultura. Roma: Edizioni studium, 2015. 124 pages. Why is there no English equivalent of this volume?]
See also General Studies of More's Works
The judgement of Sir Thomas More.in Historical tales of illustrious British children. Illus. by E. Chavane. London: Nathaniel Hailes, 1833, 1837. 1843, 1847. 245p. Rpt. London: Jarrold and Sons, 1845, 1847, 1850, 1862. Rpt. London: Hamilton & Co. 1840. Rpt. Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1842. [Worldcat OCLC 50336992. 9 tales.]
The Judgement of Sir Thomas More.The Book of tales for youth: Moral and entertaining. Ithaca, NY: Mack, Andrus & Woodruff, 1836, 1842; Mobile, AL: J. S. Kellogg, 1836. 189p. [Worldcat OCLC 80986813. 8 stories.]
Livesfor children, 3. London: Burns Oates & Washbourne, 1936. 65p. [Worldcat OCLC 35704924. Based on Stapleton and Bridgett.]
Thomas More.Good Citizens. Illus. by Wilma Hickson. London: Bodley Head or Gerald Howe, 1938, 1950, 1955, 1960. 256p. [Worldcat OCLC 154275047.]
Thomas More.in Legends of the saints. Illus. by Anne F. Rockwall. New York: Crowell. . 47p. [Worldcat OCLC .]
Thomas More.in Believers: spiritual leaders of the world. New York: Oxford University Press, c1995. 190p. [Worldcat OCLC 31605658. 45 biographies.]
See also Margaret Roper: Biographies.
Including proclamation of More and Fisher as "Martyrs", 1579, "Blessed", 1886, and Saints, 1935, and More's proclamation as Patron of Statesmen and Politicians, 2000.
The Canonization of John Fisher and Thomas More.Moreana 63/II (1979): 49–52.
The Canonisation of Sts. John Fisher and Thomas More.Amigo: Friend of the Poor. Leominster: Fowler Wright, 1987. 127–38. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 95/96 (1987): 88.]
Motu Proprio: Proclaiming Saint Thomas More Patron of Statesmen and Politicians.(Vatican: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 31st Oct. 2000). http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/motu_proprio/documents/hf_jp-ii_motu-proprio_20001031_thomas-more_en.html and http://www.vatican.va/jubilee_2000/jubilevents/jub_jubilparlgov_20001026_thomas-more_it.html
Josémaria Escrivá et Thomas More L'Héroïsme au Quotidien.Moreana 38: 147/48 (2001): 25–40. [Sum.: p.25.]
A Cult from Above: the Cause for Canonisation of John Fisher and Thomas More.Recusant History 28:3 (2007): 458–474. [Hinsley, Pius XI, Blundell, Crosby Hall]
St. Thomas More as Intercessor of Opus Dei.Studia et documenta, rivista dell' Istituto Storico San Jósemaría Escrivá 8 (2014): 91–124. Available online at http://www.isje.org/setd/2014/Hegarty-setd-8-2014.pdf [Sum.: (E/It) p.91. See also Dominique Le Tourneau above.]
Appendix: Apostolic Letter. Issued Motu proprio proclaiming Saint Thomas More Patron of Statesmen and Policians: Pope John Paul II for Perpetual Remembrance.Thomas More: Why Patron of Statesmen? Edited by Travis Curtright. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015. 197–201. [Originally issued 31st October 2000.]
St. Thomas More, Martyr (A.D. 1535).Butler's Lives of the Saints. 4 vols. London: Burns & Oates, 1956. 3: 49–55.
Thomas More (1478–1535).The Oxford Dictionary of Saints. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1978. 284–86.
Thomas More, Martyr.Alternative Saints: The Post-Reformation People Commemorated by the Church of England. London: MacMillan P, 1988. 13–23 + 248.
Christmas and the Martyrs.Commonweal 21 (1934): 219–220. [Sullivan 1:194–95.]
St. Thomas More.Tablet CXCII  (1949): 45–46. [Sullivan 2:202.]
The English Martyrs: I & II,and
St. Thomas More: I & II.Occasional Sermons of Ronald Knox. Ed. P. Caraman. London: Burns & Oates, 1960. 103–25. [Sum.: Germain Marc'hadour,
Ronald Knox on Thomas More,Moreana 75/76 (1982): 113–14. Four sermons on More as a Catholic Martyr, composed in Ronald Knox's charmingly inimitable style. For other references to More, see
More's Hairshirt by Ronald Knox,Moreana 47/48 (1975): 48, A Hymn to Fisher and More, and The Charge of Intolerance.]
The Friends of Saint Thomas More.Moreana 1 (1963): 9–11. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana1pages9-12.pdf
Thomas More: Disenchanted Saint.Literature and Society. A Selection of Papers Delivered at the Joint Meeting of the Midwest Modern Language Association and the Central Renaissance Conference, 1963. Edited by Bernice Slote. Lincoln, NA: U of Nebraska P, 1964. 65–84. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 4 (1964): 119; Geritz F207; Wentworth 55. Miles finds More becoming more and more pessimistic about human nature in his later works.]
The Thomas More Sermon.Westminster Cathedral Chronicle (Aug. 1964): 146. Rpt. in Amici Thomae Mori Gazette 24 (Autumn 2011): 12–14. [Preached in Chelsea Old Church.]
Saints John Fisher and Thomas More.Westminster Cathedral Chronicle (Aug. 1964): 147. Rpt. in Amici Thomae Mori Gazette 24 (Autumn 2011): 14–15. [Preached in Westminster Cathedral.]
The Place of Sir Thomas More: A Case for Tudor Studies.Revue de l'Université d'Ottawa 34 (1964): 176–90. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 4 (1964): 119; Geritz H18; Wentworth 62.]
Keynote Address to the Georgetown Symposium.See English Language and Prose Style. 
Thomas More:Moreana 87/88 (1985): 85–90. Rpt. Moreana 157/58 (2004): 94–103. [Geritz V045.]A Model For Us All.An Address given by J.J. Scarisbrick at Chelsea Old Church on Sunday 21 July 1985.
More: A Man for Our Times.Moreana 97 (1988): 41–46. Rpt. Moreana 157/58 (2004): 83–93. [Geritz V056.]
By day as a cloud, by night as a pillar of fire: Thomas More, a model for our times.Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1989. 106–117. [Geritz V004.]
Real Learning is its own greatest reward.Thomas Morus Jahrbuch 1989. 100–105. [Geritz V014.]
The Principle for which Thomas More died.A.D. 2000: A Journal of Religious Opinion [Melbourne] 5:7 (July 1992): 1–2. Online at http://www.ad2000.com.au/articles/1992/jul1992p2_757.html [An editorial.]
Born for Friendship.Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. 71–81. [Sum.: pp.6–7. On the revival of interest in More in the 20th Century.]
Homily—Thomas More—Martyr.Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, 1995. 128–31. [Sum.: p.10.]
Thomas More and the Unity of the Church.Address by Dr Kevin Eastell, Director of the Moreanum, Université Catholique de l’Ouest, Angers, France. June 2003. http://www.martyrs.faithweb.com/0306eastellmore.pdf
Controversial Thomas More: 500 years of history.Gazette Thomas More 33/2 (Spring 2016): 2–5.
See also More and the Law: Essays, Appreciations and Public Addresses