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 compiler and editor at email@example.com
Version 1.4a (); © Romuald I. Lakowski –, –
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)
More and Drama: General Studies
More and Tudor and Stuart Drama (excluding Shakespeare)
More and Shakespeare: General Essays
Jesuit and other Scholastic Plays (–)
Puget de la Serre Thomas Morus and Dutch Translations and Adaptations (/–)
Italian Plays, Operas and Oratorios about More (–)
Silvio Pellico (–)
Late 18th and 19th Century Plays about More (–)
Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Plays about More
Robert Bolt: A Man For All Seasons: Play and Film
Editions of the Complete Play
Editions of theShakespeareanAddition
Performance Reviews and Theatricality
Manuscript History, Date and Other Problems
Studies of Authorship, the Other Additions, and Stylometry
Shakespeare and Hand D
Holbein (Except the Family Portrait)
The Family Portraits
Quentin Metsys: Erasmus and Peter Gillis Portraits
Other More Iconography
Dialogues, Colloquys, and Fictional Letters
Princesse de Craon
Other Novels About Thomas More and His Family
Iohannes (Janus) Secundus
Poems and Epigrams from the 16th to the 19th Centuries
Twentieth Century Poems
Le Masque et le Visage.Moreana 18 (): 111–18. [Technically a review but deals mainly with More.]
The Role of Drama in More's Literary Career.Sixteenth Century Journal 13:4 (): 59–75. Revised version as
Morein Drama in Early Tudor Britain, –. Lincoln, NB: U of Nebraska P, . 111–127, 349–350. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 33:126 (): 92; Geritz G068 and G069; Wentworth 267.]
Drama in the Life and Works of Thomas More.Diss. U of North Carolina at Greensboro, . [Geritz G028.]
Masque et déguisement sans l'oeuvre de Thomas More.Moreana 28:108 (): 127–28.
Drama in Moreana.Moreana 28:108 (): 58–62. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana108pages58-62.pdf
Theatrum Mundi.Moreana 28:108 (): 51–57. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana108pages51-57.pdf [On passages in More's works that refer to stage plays.]
The Canon of John Heywood's Plays.The Library 3rd ser. IX:33 (): 27–57. [Wentworth 86. On the similarities between More's Merry Jest and some of Heywood's plays.]
More and Tudor Drama,TLS : 880 + : 913. Rpt. in Moreana 17 (): 20.
Religious Satire in the Works of Medwall, Rastell, Heywood, and More: A Spirit of Devotion to the Ideal of the Church Rather than that of the Reformation.Diss. St. John's U, . [Geritz G011.]
A Thomas More Reference.Moreana 7 (): 115–16. [On references to More in The True Chronicle Historie . . . of Thomas Lord Cromwell ().]
The Humanist Drama of the Sir Thomas More Circle.Diss. U of Wisconsin, . [Worldcat OCLC 221956446; Geritz V039.]
The Dramas and Prose Works of John Rastell.Diss. U of Missouri-Columbia, . [Geritz V012.]
John Webster's Echoes of More.Moreana 18:70 (): 49–52. [Geritz I031.]
Drama in the life and works of Thomas More.Ph.D. Diss., University of North Carolina at Greensboro, . [Worldcat OCLC 219162570.]
Der Reformgedanke in Thomas Mores Utopia und David Lindsays Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis.Thomas More . . . and More: Freundesgabe für / Liber Amicorum for Hubertus Schulte Herbrüggen. Edited by Christoph M. Peters and Friedrich-K. Unterweg. Franfort am Main; New York: Peter Lang, . 107–136. [Sum.: (E) pp.424–26; Gerhard Helmstaedter, Moreana 156 (): 112.]
Reading Literature Historically: Drama and Poetry From Chaucer to the Reformation. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, . 36–62, esp. 40–46. [On More, Wolsey, Simon Fish and the anonymous Tudor Interlude Godly Queen Hester.]To Speak before the King, it is no Child's Play: Godly Queen Hester in .
A Witty and Learned Persecutor? The staged after-life of Thomas More.Moreana 47/181–182 (2010): 129–152. Online at https://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana181-182pages129-152.pdf [Sum.: pp.129–130.]
Fictional Remembrances of Sir Thomas More: Part I — The Sixteenth Century.Moreana 53:203–204 (2016): 171–204. [Sum.: pp.171–172. Deals with Ellis Heywood's 1557 Dialogue Il Moro (177–183), William Wager's 1569 play The Longer Thou Livest the More Fool Art Thou (183–92), and Thomas Nashe's 1594 Novel The Unfortunate Traveller (193–202).]
Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More.Essays and Studies ns 12 (): 36–57, esp. 37–46. [Geritz I065; Metz 122. Pp. 37–46 deal with The Book of Sir Thomas More.]
Une dette de Shakespeare envers le père de Thomas More.Moreana 4 (): 76–87. [Geritz I069. On the account of Duke Humphrey and the beggar of Saint Albans (CW 6, 86–87) quoted by Grafton and John Foxe and used by Shakespeare in 2 Hen VI II. i. 60–129. See also Marc'hadour below.]
Shakespeare e Thomas More.La cultura 17 (): 397–405.
Utopia on Prospero's Island.Moreana 18:69 (): 81–83. Available online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana69pages81-84.pdf [Geritz I036.]
Did Shakespeare Model Camillo in The Winter's Tale on Sir Thomas More?Moreana 19:75/76 (): 91–101. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana75-76pages91-101.pdf [Geritz I077.]
Thomas More's Utopia and theMoreana 20:78 (): 23–24. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana78pages23-24.pdf [Geritz I086.]Tragedyof Polonius.
Le miracle de Saint-Albans selon Thomas More et selon Shakespeare.L'Europe de la Renaissance: Cultures et Civilisations. Mélanges offerts à Marie-Thérèse Jones-Davies. Paris: Jean Touzot, . 493–509. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 28:108 (): 66:
Completes and refinesMarc'hadour's article above.]
The Morean Counsellor in Shakespeare's Last Plays.Moreana 27:103 (): 25–32. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana103pages25-32.pdf [Sum.: pp.31–32; Geritz I080.]
Three Essays on Shakespeare and Religion: 1. Thomas More and William Shakespeare.Shakespeare Yearbook [Tokyo] 1 (): 117–24.
The Editing out ofNeuphilologische Mitteilungen 95 (): 459–65. [Geritz I040.]With Just Cause: Dispensing with an Ironic Resonance of Utopia in Julius Caesar.
Henry VIII on Trial: Confronting Malice and Conscience in Shakespeare's All is True.Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature 52:2 (): 111–130.
The polemics of conscience in the history play.Martyrdom and Literature in Early Modern England. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, ; Pbk. . 158–93. [On Henry VIII and The Book of Sir Thomas More.]
Thomas More in the Subtext of Shakespeare's and Fletcher's Henry VIII.Moreana 42:163 (): 105–118. [Sum.: p.105.]
Thomas More and Shakespeare: A Proposal for Furthering an Inquiry.Moreana 48:183/84 (): 73–101. [Sum.: pp. 73–74.]
The Politics of Imitation: Exploring connections between Thomas More and William Shakespeare.Moreana 48:183/84 (): 103–28. [Sum.: pp. 103–104.]
Shakespeare's Indebtedness to More.Moreana 48:185/86 (): 35–45. [Sum.: pp.35–36.]
Shakespeare's Portrayal of a Tyrant.Moreana 50:193/94 (): 41–53. [Sum.: pp.41–43.]
See also The Book of Sir Thomas Moore, and Richard III: More's History and Shakespeare, and Utopia: Milton and Shakespeare.
Thomas More.Notes and Queries 7 ser., 21 (1891): 67. [Sullivan 1:134. On J. Hurdis's Sir Thomas More (1792).]
Thomas Morus, Tragoedia.The Venerabile 7 (–): 94–106. [Sum.: F. G. Murray, Moreana 19/20 (): 100. On a Neo-Latin Play () about More in the English College at Rome. See also Gossett below.]
The Play-List of the English College at St. Omers, –.Revue de littérature comparée 17 (–): 355–75.
Sir Thomas More: Plays.Notes and Queries 194 (): 305, 415. [Note on a Neo-Latin play about More surviving at Olomouc.]
Sir Thomas More Plays.Notes and Queries 194 (): 305. [Geritz V028; Sullivan 2:308. Asks about James Hurdis' 1792 Sir Thomas More and other plays.]
A comparative study of some plays about Saint Thomas More.Diss. Catholic U of America, .
Thomas More e o Teatro.Broteria [Lisbon] 68 (): 159–67. [Cit.: Moreana 25:97 (): 163, n.10.]
Drama in the English College, Rome, –.English Literary Renaissance 3 (): 60–93. [Sum.: G.M. Moreana 11:43/44 (): 175. Includes discussion of Thomas Morus, see also Foley above.]
From Letters of William Cowper, ed. by W. Benham ().Moreana 12:47/48 (): 12–13. [On William Cowper's role in revising Hurdis's Sir Thomas More.]
The Influence of Thomas More on the Early American Stage.Moreana 13:51 (): 132–38. [Geritz I105.]
Sir Thomas More: Personage and Symbol on the Italian Stage.Studies in the Continental Background of Renaissance English Literature: Essays Presented to John L. Lievsay. Eds. Dale B. J. Randall and George Walton Williams. Durham, NC: Duke UP, . 91–108. [Geritz I024; Wentworth 105. On four Italian plays on More from the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries.]
Thomas More in Drama.Revista da Faculdade de Letras [Lisbon] 4th ser, 2 (): 53–66.
Thomas Morus-Dramen vom Barock bis zur Gegenwart. Wesenszüge und Entwicklungstendenzen.Diss. Düsseldorf, . [Published in , see below.]
Dramatische Bearbeitungen des Thomas Morus-Stoffes vom Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts bis zur Gegenwart.Thomas Morus Jahrbuch . 128–46.
Thomas More in Dutch Drama.Moreana 25:97 (): 23–40. [Geritz I116; Wentworth 128. On several Dutch and Neo-Latin plays about More from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries.]
Thomas Morus, Tragoedia.Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Guelpherbytani: Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies: Wolfenbüttel, to . Ed. Stella P. Revard, Fidel Rädle, Mario A. Di Cesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 53. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, . 365–74. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/guelphactaconven00inteuoft [German. Geritz I117. On Counter-Reformation Jesuit plays about More. Includes a list of plays on pp.371–72.]
A Man for All Stages—Five Centuries of Thomas More Dramas.Moreana 28:108 (): 5–32. [Sum.: p.104; Geritz I115.]
English, Scottish, and Irish History in Continental Jesuit Drama.Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Torontonensis: Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies: Toronto, to . Ed. Alexander Dalzell, Charles Fantazzi, Richard J. Schoeck. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 86. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, . 781–801. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/toronactaconvent00inteuoft [Includes discussion of the popularity of Jesuit plays about Thomas More.]
Sir Thomas More: A Tragedy by James Hurdis.Moreana 30:113 (): 5–16. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana113pages5-16.pdf [Sum.: p. 119; Geritz I045.]
Unterweg has identified about 43 Jesuit dramas about Thomas More between and , mostly lost or surviving only in summary form (Periocha or Programmes), see Unterweg 1991: 11. Conroy pp.365–66 lists 13, most of which are also listed by Unterweg. Dates and Locations are mostly derived from Unterweg and Conroy. Most of the plays are Neo-Latin drama, although the surviving periochae are usually in Latin and German; the rest of the plays are in French.
The Jesuit Tragedy Thomas Morus ().Edited by Dana F. Sutton. (The Philological Museum [Birmingham], ) http://www.philological.bham.ac.uk/more/ [Unterweg 1991:11; Worldcat OCLC 35175117. Manuscript play in English College Rome, see Foley in Studies below.]
Représentée le 16 septembre au collège wallon de jésuites.]
The Jesuit Tragedy Morus.Edited by Dana F. Sutton. (The Philological Museum [Birmingham], ) http://www.philological.bham.ac.uk/morus/ [Cf. Unterweg, Moreana 25:97 (): 38n14, who suggests a date of . See also Conroy, p.366,n30.]
Bibliographie des imprimés valaisans des origines jusqu'à la fin de l'Ancien Régime (–): suivie de Notices biographiques des imprimeurs (–).in Vallesia: bulletin annuel de la Bibliothèque et des Archives cantonales du Valais, des Musées de Valère et de la Majorie = Jahrbuch der Walliser Kantonsbibliothek, des Staatsarchivs und der Museen von Valeria und Majoria : 9–96. Unterweg 1991:12.]
Thomas Morus . . .in Les oeuvres chrestiennes de monsieur de La Serre. . . Dediées a la Vierge. Les pensées de l'eternité. Les douces pensées de la mort. Le breviaire des courtisans. Le tombeau des plaisirs du monde. Les sainctes affections de Joseph & de Marie. La Vierge mourante sur le calvaire. Le reveille-matin des dames. Les delices de la mort. Les merveilles de l'amour divin. Le miroir qui ne flatte point. L'entretien des bons esprits. La charité dans son throne. Le tombeau des atheées. Cantiques sur les attributs de Dieu. La tragedie de Thomas Morus. Et la tragedie de saincte Catherine. A Paris, chez Antoine de La Perriere. [BNF 17 fol.; Worldcat OCLC 490974788; Conroy p.435(6). Rpt. of / edition.]
many dialogues in the Dutch play bear a striking resemblance to those in the French(216–17.) See Unterweg,
Dutch Drama,Moreana 25:97 (): 29–31.]
Appendix III: Plays Dealing with Sir Thomas More.Sir Thomas More and His Utopia. Ph.D. Diss. U of Amsterdam, . Amsterdam: H. J. Paris, A. J. Kruyt, H. J. Pores, . 214–17. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/sirthomasmorehis00dudouoft [Wentworth 590.]
The Thomas Morus () de Jean Puget de la Serre.Moreana 15:58 (): 17–31.
Puget de la Serre: Thomas Morus ou Le Triomphe de la foi et de la constance,et
Puget de la Serre, Thomas Morus: éditions et états du texte.Terres tragiques: L'Angleterre et l'Ecosse dans la tragédie française du XVIIe siècle. Préface de Jacques Truchet. Biblio 17, 114. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag Tübingen, . 359–397, 435–37. [Also discusses 17th C French plays on Mary Queen of Scots, Jane Grey, the Earl of Essex and Charles I of England.]
Lecture de Thomas Morus ou Le Triomphe de la foi et de la constance de Puget de La Serre (): la première tragédie en prose française.Etudes Epistémè no 2 (): 250–268. Online at http://revue.etudes-episteme.org/?thomas-morus-ou-le-triomphe-de-la Or http://www.etudes-episteme.org/2e/IMG/pdf/ee_2_art_leroy.pdf
Thomas Morus ou Le Triomphe de la foi.The Style of the State in French Theater, –: Neoclassicism and Government. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, . 43–48.
As far as I can ascertain, only the libretti, not the music, survive for these oratorios, though music for other works by some of these composers does survive.
Il Thomaso Moro.in Vol. XII. of Delle Tragedie sacre e morali. 12 vols. Palermo: G.B. Maringo, . [Worldcat OCLC 224359875; Conroy p.368,n37. See Corrigan, 93–96 in General Studies.]
Tomaso Moro: Oratorio per musica da recitarsi nel Pio Ospitale di S. Lazaro di Vinezia, consacrata al sig. Aluise Pisani. Venezia: Bosio, . Rpt. Bologna: per l'eredi di Vittorio Benacci, . [Worldcat OCLC 41114292.]
with a text in prose and no record of music.]
Tomaso Moro, tragedia ad uso di oratorio per musica, dedicata alla S. R. M. di Lodovico XIV il grande rèdi Francia e di Navarra.MS, Bologna, . [Gibson 445:
Bibl. nationale, Paris, cat. dufonds de musique ancienne. vol. VII, p. 95.Same as previous item?]
Tommaso Moro: Un 0ratorio de .Moreana 28:108 (): 85–88. [On an oratorio by Giambattista Neri (–), performed in Venice.]
VIII. Tommaso Moro.Opera compiute. Volume Primo Lipsia [Leipzig]: Ernesto Fleischer, . I: 193–206. Online at Google Books [Worldcat OCLC 864067999.]
Tommaso Moro, tragedia.Opere Complete di Silvio Pellico da Saluzzo. Tomo secondo. Parigi: Baudry, Libreria Europeo, . II: 511–588. Online at http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044019908136;view=1up;seq=533 [Worldcat OCLC 794348271.]
Tommaso Moro, tragedia.Opere Complete di Silvio Pellico da Saluzzo. 2 vols. Bruselle: Società belgica di libreria, . II: 269–362. Vol.2 online at Google Books [Worldcat OCLC 878634309 and 674421082 (1857?). Worldcat lists an 1857 edition but this may be a ghost.]
Tommaso Moro.Tragedie di Silvio Pellico. Poesie di Silvio Pellico, v. 1 Milano: M. Guigoni, . 365–421. Online at Google Books [Worldcat OCLC 875863412.]
Tommaso Moro.Tragedie di Silvio Pellico Poesie di Silvio Pellico., vol. I Firenze: Successori Le Monnier, . 377–435. Online at Google Books. HTML and epub versions of and editions available online at http://it.wikisource.org/wiki/Tommaso_Moro_(Pellico) [Worldcat OCLC 555358916.]
Tommaso Moro. Tragedia in cinque atti.Le mie prigione, e, Poesie scelte. Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus, . 309–55. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/lemieprigioniepo00pelluoft [Worldcat OCLC 697959207.]
Tommaso Moro.Opere complete di Silvio Pellico. Milano: Angelo Bietti, Editore, . 231–248. Rpt. Milano; Buenos Aires: Bietti, . Online at http://ebooks.library.ualberta.ca/local/operecomplet1886pelluoft [Worldcat OCLC 667621724; 799523791.]
Tragedie.Prose e poesie di Silvio Pellico 2. Firenze: Salani, . [Worldcat OCLC 255034287.]
Silvio Pellico's Thomas More.Modern Language Review 43 (): 483–91. [Geritz I039; Sullivan 1:347. On Silvio Pellico's Tommaso Moro ().]
Sir Thomas More: Personage and Symbol on the Italian Stage.[.] See General Studies.
Sir Thomas More a Tragedy.in The favourite village with an additional poem, (now first published) and a tragedy. London: C. Whittingham, . 179–350. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/favouritevillage00hurdiala and http://www.archive.org/details/favouritevillag00hurdgoog [ESTC T48368 and T126420; Worldcat OCLC 560471071; Sullivan 2:144–145. See E.E. Reynolds , and Geritz in General Studies.]
Nicodemo Guadagno padrone di quest'opera.— Restaurato e rilegato nel dalla Biblioteca Provinciale di Brindisi.]
Nella Napoli murattiana la popolarità del personaggio aveva consentito che si giungesse a mescolarlo ai lazzi della farsa.Joachim Murat = King of Naples –.]
Tommaso Moro(tragedia sacra). in Giornale degli eruditi e curiosi [Padua] 3 (): 209–210. [Gangale; Worldcat OCLC 39939430. Theatrical Notice.]
Diary of Margaret Roper: a drama in four acts. London: Burns & Oates, . 45p. [Worldcat OCLC 42925656; Sullivan 2:335. See Anne Manning below.]
Sir Thomas More at Chelsea.Scene I.
Henry VIII visits More.Scene II.
More leaves Chelsea.The Chelsea Historical Pageant . . . [to] . Old Ranelagh gardens, Royal hospital, Chelsea. Book of words, with illus. and selections from the music. Music by Ernest Bucalossi. Chelsea: Printed for the Pageant Committee, . 39–49. [154p.] Online at https://archive.org/details/cu31924022148815 [Worldcat OCLC 8300525, etc.; Sullivan 1:194, 81, and 137. Includes musical setting of More's
Dutch Drama,Moreana 97 (): 31–32, and Brouwer in Studies.]
Sir Thomas More.in Historical Dialogues for School Use. London: Hodder and Stoughton: . [Worldcat OCLC 665863851; Unterweg and Google Books.]
Sir Thomas More. Trois Actes en prose.La Révue générale (): 288–306. [French. Sullivan and Unterweg.]
The death of Sir Thomas More.in The Little Duke and other Historical Plays: The election of an abbot, Wolsey and his servants, The death of Sir Thomas More, Dr. Johnson and George III, A Manchester Strike. London: Wells Gardner, Darton & Co., . Rpt. in Short historical plays: by modern authors. Ed. E. R. Wood. The Scholar's Library. London: MacMillan, . [Worldcat OCLC 37191985, 6689272; Unterweg 1991:21–22. Historical play for children. According to Unterweg this play consists of a single scene of 16 pages, in which Margaret and Alice go to visit More in his Tower-cell.]
Tudor twilight: a play in three acts.Manuscript: 77 Leaves. [Worldcat OCLC 12490616. Manuscript in Loyola Marymount U Longstaff Collection. Based on the trial and execution of Sir Thomas More.]
Stages, p.26. The author was a leader in the Danish resistance who was murdered by the Gestapo in .]
And think of Thomas.Catholic World CXLVIII (): 38–43. [Sum: Sullivan 2:252; Unterweg 1991:21. Composed in A single scene with six dramatis personae. Elsewhere this is called
Thomas More et John Fisher.Manuscript:  11 leaves. [Worldcat OCLC 42932286: Play performed at Orbec, France, . In Loyola Marymount U Longstaff Collection.]
The Greater Gloryin Studies below.]
Traitor's gate.a play in three acts. London: Published by Payne-Jennings Publicity,  12p. [Worldcat OCLC 42898066. In Loyola Marymount U Longstaff Collection. Program for Morna Stuart's play Traitor's gate.. See next item.]
Saturday Night Theatre, , with Stephen Murray / D.A. Clarke-Smith / Ivan Sampson. For Dutch translation, see Unterweg,
Dutch Drama,33–34. See also article by Christoph Peters in Studies.]
More and Utopia.Story-tellers of Britain. London: University of London Press, . [Worldcat OCLC 16348893; Unterweg. Plays for children, first broadcast on the Children's hour Programmes of the BBC.]
Anne Boleyn: A Tragedy in Four Acts.in Plays of the year. Volume 14, –. Ed. J. C. Trewin. London: Elek Books, . [Worldcat OCLC 80948484; Geritz I002; Sullivan S2:2–3. More appears in four scenes. Albery also published a novel called The uncommon marriage or The marriage of Anne Boleyn to Henry VIII. A novel. (London: Elek Books, ) (Worldcat OCLC 316108404).]
La veillée de Sir Thomas More.[Performed: Laval, .] Manuscript: Moreanum, Angers (in ). [Unterweg 32,n48;]
Henri Guillet: La veillée de Sir Thomas More,Moreana 77 (): 84.
readingplay without acts or scenes.]
readingplay without acts or scenes.]
Jean Claudius: The Lambeth Players' Thomas More,Moreana 19/20 (): 21–23.
La trilogia di San Tommaso Moro.in Teatro 85–86. Eco degli oratori e dei circoli giovanili, Quindicinale della Federazione Oratori Milanesi aderenti all'ANSPI [Associazione Nazionale San Paolo Italia], n. 13–14, e . Milan: Fondazione Oratori Milanesi, . Contains: Simone Lorici,
Assassinio di Stato, dramma storico in tre atti ed un prologo,pp. 29–68; Aldo Pedrone,
La coscienza di un uomo, atto unico,pp. 69–94; and Fausto Bertolini,
Il gioco e la morte,pp. 95–127. [Gangale. Three Plays on More. See also Moreana 93 (): 26.]
Twa Corbies (Two Ravens): an original play based on the historical Sir Thomas More/William Tyndale debates.Diss. California State U, Dominguez Hills, . 165p. [Worldcat OCLC 56581445.]
Thomas Moreappears in 15 of the 38 episodes.]
The Greater Glory: A Pageant on More and Fisher.Moreana 38 (): 105–106. [On Sister Mary Donatus's play above.]
Henri Guillet: La veillée de Sir Thomas More.Moreana 20:77 (): 84.
Le Thomas More de Henriette Roland Holst.Moreana 25:97 (): 9–21. [Geritz I020. On a Dutch play written in on Thomas More by a Dutch Woman socialist.]
Thomas Morus: La Tragédie d'un homme droit de Karl Georg Fischer.Moreana 28:108 (): 89–92. [On Die Tragödie eines aufrechten Mannes , see above.]
Margaretus More, Witwe Roper und ein Greis von 77 Jahren. Zur dichterischen Freiheit in Thomas-Morus-Dramen.Thomas Morus Jahrbuch . 77–87.
The Image of Thomas More in 20th Century Plays—A Presentation of Five More Dramas.Moreana 29:109 (): 23–46 + 66. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana109pages23-46.pdf [Sum.: pp.46, 66; Geritz I085. On Jean Anouilh's film script and four other modern plays by Morna Stuart, Felix Doherty, Thomas Regau, and Caspar Willeke.]
Another (Hi)Story altogether. Paula A. Vogel's Meg.Thomas More . . . and More: Freundesgabe für / Liber Amicorum for Hubertus Schulte Herbrüggen. Edited by Christoph M. Peters and Friedrich-K. Unterweg. Frankfort am Main; New York: Peter Lang, . 151–181. [Sum.: (Ger.) pp.420–21.]
Les Feux de la rampe. See Robert Bolt: Film and Stage Reviews.
L'intertextualité dans le Théâtre de Jean Anouilh: Les Dix Dernières Années.Diss. U of Southern California, . [Geritz V055.]
Entre Théâtre et Cinéma: Le Script de Anouilh.Moreana 28:108 (): 33–40.
Commitment is of no Season—Bolt's Play and Anouilh's Script.Thomas Morus Jahrbuch . 88–92.
The Image of Thomas More in 20th Century Plays—A Presentation of Five More Dramas. See Twentieth Century Plays about Thomas More: Studies.
Séquence More-Anouilh: L'Evénement, Le Texte, La Représentation.Bulletin Thomas More (Pour accompagner Moreana 31:120, Index –, ): 7–11.
More. Originally broadcast as a Radio-Play in 1954 and a one hour TV program in 1957.]
Dutch Drama,Moreana 97 (): 34–35.]
This is only a partial list.
Study Guide13; and IMDB.]
reviews, see Kenneth Tynan, Tom Milne, and Samantha Ellis below in Film and Stage Reviews.]
A Play of Conscience.Christian Century Vol. 79, : 87–89.
A Man for All Seasons: Theatre Royal Haymarket, London.The Guardian . http://www.theguardian.com/stage/2006/jan/05/theatre
Martyr Me a Little (the Perils of Thomas).New York Times . http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/08/theater/reviews/08brantley.html
Heroes and Hero-Worship.[–] See A Man for All Seasons: Studies.
A Man for All Seasons: Review.Encore . Rpt. in The Encore Reader: A Chronicle of the New Drama. Ed. Charles Marowitz, Tom Milne, Owen Hale; with a foreword by Richard Findlater. London: Methuen; New York: Barnes & Noble, . 194–195.
London Letters: Moral West End. Review of Robert Bolt's Man for All Seasons.Hudson Review 14 (): 93–103. [Sullivan 1:290–91.]
An Eloquent Man for All Seasons Evokes the Glory of Thomas More.Moreana 13 (): 112–14. [Excerpts from some American reviews.]
Best Picture of the Year.Moreana 14 (): 120–21. [A list of reviews of the film.]
Un Uomo per tutte le stagioni.Moreana 17 (): 73–79 + 81–84. [Sum.: (E) pp. 78–79.]
UnMoreana 17 (): 85–89. [Some French reactions to the Zinneman's film.]homme. . . toujours: Saint Thomas More—Réactions au film de Zinneman.
Thomas More Seen by Teenagers: Spring and Summer .Moreana 18 (): 53–58.
Un Uomo per tutte le stagioni di F. Zinneman.Moreana 17 (): 81–83. [A list of Italian reviews of Zinneman's film.]
Thomas More ou L'homme Seul.Moreana 23 (): 77–78. [On a performance of the French adaptation of Bolt's play. See also Germain Marc'hadour, Moreana 1 (): 84–85.]
A Man For All Seasons.Moreana 38 (): 101–102. [On Performances of the play and film.]
More in America: The Popular Success of A Man for All Seasons.Moreana 13:51 (): 139–44.
Thomas More in the Pacific.Moreana 18:71/72 (): 103–104. [On a performance of A Man for All Seasons in Wellington, New Zealand.]
Fred Zinnemann and A Man for All Seasons.Moreana 20:79/80 (): 53–58. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana79-80pages53-58.pdf [Includes behind the scenes photographs of the film production.]
: Bolt's More at Ushaw College.Moreana 23:90 (): 78.]
Les Feux de la rampe.Moreana 24:95/96 (): 117–18. [On performances of Bolt's play in Nantes and London in , and on the publication of Jean Anouilh's play on More.]
A Drama for All Times? A Man for All Seasons Revived and Restored.Moreana 25:98/99 (): 51–58. [Sum.: pp.59, 266; Geritz V048. On the – revivals of Bolt's play at Chichester and at London (where Charlton Heston played More).]
A Man For All Seasons, London, .The Guardian . http://www.theguardian.com/stage/2003/jul/23/theatre.artsfeatures1 [Sum.:
The premiere of Robert Bolt's play at the Globe Theatre on perplexed the critics — and sparked a debate about the cosmos.]
A Man for All Seasons: less piety would have been More.Guardian . http://www.theguardian.com/film/2009/nov/19/man-for-all-seasons [Sum.
This 1966 [Film] drama ticks most of the right boxes when it comes to entertaining as well as educating. Pity they didn't let Thomas More be more scatalogical than saintly.]
Heroes and Hero-Worship.The Observer . With a reply by Robert Bolt,
More and Galileo: A Playwright Replies,and a response by Kenneth Tynan,
The Boltian Hypounpublished.Both in The Observer . Rpt. (including Bolt's Reply with permission) in Tynan, Kenneth.
A Man for All Seasons, by Robert Bolt, at the Globe.Tynan Right and Left. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., . 26–32. Also Rpt. in Tynan, Kenneth. A View of the English Stage, –. London: Davis-Poynter, . 282–289. [The famous exchange between Kenneth Tynan and Robert Bolt in the pages of The Observer (sister publication of The Guardian).]
Preface.A Man For All Seasons: A Play of Sir Thomas More. London: Heinemann, . v–xix. Rpt. as
Preface to A Man For All Seasons.Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More. Ed. Richard S. Sylvester and Germain Marc'hadour. Hamden, CT: Archon, . 473–80. Pp. v–xiv Rpt. in More's Utopia and its Critics. Ed. Ligeia Gallagher. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, . 92–97. [Geritz F022; Wentworth 26; Sullivan 1:109–10 and S2:19. An important preface. Bolt explains his reasons for writing his play. On More as
a hero of selfhood.]
The Globe Theatre, Londres.Filología Moderna 1 (): 59–63.
A Man For All Seasons.Drama Critique 4 (): 18–26. [Geritz V025; Sullivan 2:282–83.]
A Man for All Seasons at the Globe.Plays and Players . Rpt. as The Best of Plays and Players: –. Ed. Peter Roberts. London: Methuen, . 115.
Bolt in Interview.Plays and Players . Rpt. as
A Man for All Seasons at the Globe.The Best of Plays and Players: –. Ed. Peter Roberts. London: Methuen, . 164–168.
A Man for All Seasons.English Studies in Africa: A Journal of the Humanities [Johannesburg] 6 (): 164–172.
Lettre de Londres: M. Robert Bolt et St-Thomas More.Tr. Philippe Leonardon. La Table Ronde [Paris] 186–187 (): 151–157.
St. Thomas More: Patron des libres-penseurs? Réflexions sur la pièce de Bolt.Moreana 8 (): 29–42. [Geritz V026. Bolt misunderstands More.]
Introduction.New English Dramatists 6: Robert Bolt A Man for All Seasons, John Whiting The Devils, Henry Livings Nil Carborundum. Ed. Thomas Maschler. Harmondsworth, UK, Penguin Books, . 7–20.
A Play for All Seasons.English Journal [Tempe, AZ] 55 (): 1006–1014.
Robert Bolt: Self, Shadow, and the Theater of Recognition.Modern Drama 10 (/68): 182–88. [On the relationship between More and the Common Man.]
Robert Bolt: an Interview. (First published in Encore . Followed by replies to further questions by Simon Trussler in ).Ed. Charles Marowitz and Simon Trussler; with an introduction by Irving Wardle. Theatre at Work: Playwrights and Productions in the Modern British Theatre. A collection of interviews and essays. London: Methuen, ; New York: Hill and Wang, . 16, 58–77; esp. 66–68.
Thomas More à l'écran.Moreana 15/16 (): 315–25.
The Theatre of Robert Bolt.Dalhousie Review 48 (): 13–23. [On four published plays of Robert Bolt, including A Man for All Seasons.]
A Man for All Seasons.Contemporary Playwrights: Robert Bolt. London: Heinemann, . 42–53, 80–83, illustration opposite p.55. 88p.
The Significance of A Man For All Seasons.Moreana 23 (): 34–39. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana23pages34-39.pdf [Geritz V043.]
Bolt's A Man for All Seasons.Explicator 28:1 (), Item #10.
The Place of the Common Man: Robert Bolt A Man for All Seasons.The University Review [U of Missouri, Kansas City] 36 (): 67–71.
From Elizabeth I to Elizabeth II: Two Popular Views of Thomas More.Moreana 30 (): 25–28. [The Book of Sir Thomas More is essentially based on Hall's Chronicle and Roper's Life, while A Man For All Seasons is based on Chambers' biography.]
The Metaphoric Structure of A Man of All Seasons.Modern Drama 14 (/72): 84–92. [On a cluster of images water—mud—river—anchor—boat in Robert Bolt's play.]
The More-Norfolk Connection.Moreana 33 (): 5–13. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana33pages5-13.pdf [Geritz F332; Wentworth 91. Criticises Bolt's portrayal of Norfolk as historically inaccurate.]
Robert Bolts A Man for All Seasons: Eine Interpretation.Neusprachliche Mitteilungen aus Wissenschaft und Praxis [Dusseldorf] 26 () 131–40.
A Myth for All Seasons: Thomas More.Colorado Quarterly 23 (): 293–306. [Sum. Geritz I005; Sullivan S2:5.]
Robert Bolt: A Man for All Seasons (1960).Das zeitgenossische englische Drama: Einfuhrung, Interpretation, Dokumentation. [Contemporary English Drama. Introduction, Interpretation, Documentation.] Ed. Klaus-Dieter Fehse, and Norbert Platz. Frankfurt: Athenaum, . 124–46.
Robert Bolt: A Man for All Seasons.Insight IV: Analyses of Modern British and American Drama. Ed. Hermann J. Weiand. Besteel-Nr. 1274. Frankfurt am Main: Hirschgraben-Verlag, , . 57–62.
The Dramatic Styles of Luther, A Man for All Seasons, The Devils, and Serjeant Musgrave's Dance and Their Appropriateness to the Approaches to the Issues of Authority and Revolt in These Plays.Diss. University of Iowa, . [DA 36 () 8082A.]
Hope Faces Power: Thomas More and the King of England. See Thomas More and the Law.
Realists, Idealists, and Political Heroism.Soundings 68:1 (): 21–41.
Three Plays of the : Robert Bolt, A Man for All Seasons; Peter Shaffer, The Royal Hunt of the Sun; John Osborne, Luther.Twentieth-Century English History Plays: From Shaw to Bond. Totowa, NJ: Barnes and Noble, . 156–212, esp. 159–74.
>A Man for All Seasons: A Bold and Beautiful Verbal Architecture.Letras de deusto 19:45 (): 165–172.
Thomas More, A Man For All Seasons: Robert Bolt's Play and the Elizabethan Play of Sir Thomas More.Moreana 104 (): 101–10. Rpt. Miller, Clarence H. Humanism and Style: Essays on Erasmus and More. Intro. by Jerry Harp. Bethlehem: Lehigh UP, . 105–110, 139. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana104pages101-110.pdf [Sum.: pp. 109–110; Geritz I079; (2011)pp. 17–18. Robert Bolt's play and the Book of Sir Thomas More both reduce More to being a man of one season. Miller draws on the More's De tristitia to illustrate More's attitude towards martyrdom. He concludes that the best way to understand More is to read his works.]
Le Thomas More de Bolt, professeur de morale.Moreana 108 (): 125–26.
Commitment is of no Season — Bolt's Play and Anouilh's Script. See Jean Anouilh.
A conversation with Robert Bolt.Revista canaria de estudios ingleses 24(): 133–142.
Un uomo per tutte le stagioni.Paideia: Rivista Letteraria di Informazione Bibliografica 49 (): 191–96.
Robert Bolt (–) et A man for all seasons.Moreana 127/28 (): 69–81. [Sum.: pp.69–70.]
Historical Drama and the Dimensions of Tragedy: A Man for All Seasons and The Crucible.American Drama 6:1 () 42–60.
Fred Zinnemann, A Man for All Seasons (1966) and Documentary Fiction.The Films of Fred Zinnemann: Critical Perspectives. Ed. by Arthir Nolletti, Jr. SUNY Series, Cultural Studies in Cinema/Video Albany, NY: State U of New York P, . 157–78.
A Man for all Seasons: an Historian's Demur.Catholic Dossier 8/2 (–): 16–19. Online at http://www.catholiceducation.org/articles/politics/pg0078.html
Natural Law and the Problem of Certainty: Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons.Contemporary Literature 43:4 (): 760–83.
A Man for All Seasons.  http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/docs/Kincaid_Monograph.pdf [Includes bibliography (109–114).]
On See Biographers: Desiderius Erasmus.A man for all seasons.
A Man for All Seasons: Gandhi and Nonviolent Action.Journal of Contemporary Thought 26 (): 19–37.
Robert Oxton Bolt (–).Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Online.  (DOI)
Ethics in A Man for all Seasons.Teaching Ethics [Western Michigan University?] 9:1 (): 43–54. Online at http://www.uvu.edu/ethics/seac/Casey-Ethics%20in%20A%20Man%20for%20All%20Seasons.pdf
Saints and Cinemas: A Man for All Seasons.Tudors and Stuarts on Film: Historical Perspectives. Ed. Susan Doran and Thomas S. Freeman. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan, . 46–59.
The Hero as Rebel: Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons.The Hero's Journey. Ed. Harold Bloom, and Blake Hobby. New York, NY: Bloom's Literary Criticism, . 123–130.
La traducción de la especificidad del texto teatral: La simbología en A Man for All Seasons.EntreCulturas: Revista de Traducción y Comunicación Intercultural \ 3 (): 37–58. http://www.entreculturas.uma.es/
For All Seasons: The Particulars and the Universals of Man in Bolt's A Man for All Seasons.Narrating the Past through Theatre: Four Crucial Texts. New York, NY: Macmillan, . 74–80.
Beyond the Fictional Thomas More.The Catholic Thing . http://www.thecatholicthing.org/2014/08/24/beyond-the-fictional-thomas-more/
What Bolt Got Right and What Mantel Got Wrong.Thomas More: Why Patron of Statesmen? Edited by Travis Curtright. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015. 181–95. [Sum.: pp.3–4.]
The Place of Sir Thomas More in Political Philosophy: A Reflection on A Man for All Seasons.Thomas More: Why Patron of Statesmen? Edited by Travis Curtright. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015. 155–80. [Sum.: p.4.]
Sir Thomas More: An Anonymous Play of the Sixteenth Century Ascribed in Part to Shakespeare.The Shakespeare apocrypha: Being a collection of fourteen plays which have been ascribed to Shakespeare. Edited with introd., notes and bibliography by C.F. Tucker Brooke. Oxford: Clarendon, , . 383–420, 436–37. Rpt. Oxford: At the University Press, . Online at http://www.archive.org/details/shakespeareapoc00broouoft
Supplement to the Introductionby Harold Jenkins, . Further reprinted in , with an added prefatory note by J. Pitcher. edition Online at http://www.archive.org/details/bookofsirthomasm00brituoft/ and (OCP markup) http://ota.ahds.ac.uk/desc/0011 [Metz 163 (and 124); Sullivan 2:51. A Diplomatic Edition. Includes some facsimiles of MS folios. Jenkins' supplement also published separately, see Manuscript Studies.]
The Booke of Sir Thomas More: A Critical Edition.Diss. U of Michigan, . [Geritz I014; Metz 170; Sullivan 1:82–83; DA 13:6 (): 1182.]
Appendix: Sir Thomas More.William Shakespeare: The Complete Works. Ed. Charles Jasper Sisson. New York: Harper and Brothers, ; London: Odhams Press, . 1231–66. [Metz 171. Modern Spelling Edition.]
Shakespeareanportions of Henry VIII with The Book of Sir Thomas More.]
Sir Thomas More by Anthony Munday (extract).Tudor Interludes. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, . 365–79, 416–18. [Text of
Wit and Wisdom, the play-within-the-play, only.]
Munday & Shakespeare's Sir Thomas More, c.1592.A Thomas More Source Book. Washington, DC: Catholic U of America P, . 66–156.
Sir Thomas More By Anthony Munday and Henry Chettle, With Revisions and Additions by Thomas Dekker, William Shakespeare and Thomas Heywood.The Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works. Ed. John Jowett, William Montgomery, Gary Taylor and Stanley Wells. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2nd ed. . 813–842. [The complete play. 1st ed. (), only includes the
Shakespearean addition, see below.]
Print on Demand, Ebook and Etext editions of Sir Thomas More of unknown or uncertain provenance have been omitted from this bibliography. Some etext editions are available at https://shine.unibas.ch/linkstoworks_apocryphawf.htm#Sir%20Thomas%20More.
Special Transcript of the Three Pages: Ill-May Day, Scenes from the play of Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare's Hand in The Play of Sir Thomas More. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, , rpt. , . 228ff. Rpt. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft P, , . Rpt. Irving CA: Reprint Services Corp. . Available Online at http://www.archive.org/details/shakespeareshand00polluoft/ [Metz 95; Sullivan 2:51. Pages of transcript not numbered.]
TheShakespeare Survey 2 (): 62–65. Rpt. in Evidence for Authorship: Essays on Problems of Attribution. Ed. David V. Erdman, and Ephim G. Fogel. Ithaca: Cornell UP, . 172–75. [Metz 168 (and 111). Facsimiles and a Transcript of theShakespeareanAdditions in The Booke of Sir Thomas More, Addition II,c.
Appendix: Special Transcript by Sir Walter Greg of Shakespeare's Contributions to Sir Thomas More.William Shakespeare: The Complete Works. London: Collins, . 1345–51. [Metz 169.]
ShakespeareanAddition in The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore: Some Aids to Scholarly and Critical Shakespearean Studies. Shakespeare Studies: Monograph Series, No. 1. (For the Center for Shakespeare Studies, Vanderbilt University). Dubuque, IO: Wm. C. Brown, . [Metz 176. First computer-assisted study of the Addition, includes: old-spelling transcription (13–21), index verborum (24–38), index Litterarum (40–78), modern-spelling text(77–83), concordance (83–114), and Word Frequency(115–17).]
Sir Thomas More: The Additions Ascribed to Shakespeare.The Riverside Shakespeare. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, . 1683–1700; 2nd ed. . 1775–1794. [Metz. Modern spelling.]
À propos d'une adaptation de Sir Thomas More.Moreana 83/84 (): 121–26. [On a proposed French adaptation of Sir Thomas More. Includes partial English text and French translation of the
Sir Thomas More.William Shakespeare: A Textual Companion. Ed. Gary Taylor and Stanley Wells, With John Jowett and William Montgomery. Oxford: Oxford UP, Rpt. with corrections. New York: W. W. Norton, . 461–67. [Includes
Transcript of Addition II.D(463–67).]
Sir Thomas More (Passages Attributed to Shakespeare).The Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works. Ed. John Jowett, William Montgomery, Gary Taylor and Stanley Wells. [Both regular edition and Original-Spelling Edition.] Oxford: Oxford UP, 1st ed. . 889–92. Pbk . 785–788. [The 2nd ed. () includes the complete play, edited by John Jowett, see editions of the Complete Play above.]
A Scene from Sir Thomas More.Introduction, transcription and modernized text by Eric Rasmussen. RSC Shakespeare: The Complete Works. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, . 2464–70.
Sir Thomas More: Passages Attributed to Shakespeare.The Norton Shakespeare. Based on the Oxford Edition. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt, Walter Cohen, Jean E. Howard, and Katherine Eiseman Maus. New York: W. W. Norton, . 2011–19; 2nd ed. . 2029–37. [Full text of play (based on Oxford 2nd ed.) available on Norton's website.]
The Book of Sir Thomas More: Shakespeare's only surviving literary manuscript.https://www.bl.uk/collection-items/shakespeares-handwriting-in-the-book-of-sir-thomas-more [Facsimiles of the four
Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play and its Shakespearean Interest. New Cambridge Studies and Supplementary Texts. Ed. T. H. Howard-Hill. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 11–44. [Sum.: Jean-Pierre Villquin, Moreana 108 (): 69–70. A survey of scholarship on the play to ; complements his earlier bibliography. Cited asVoice and credyt: The Scholars and Sir Thomas More.
A Rehearsed readingat the Ambassador's Theatre, London, in , with Lewis Casson as More and John Laurie. [Rousseau 1981: 164.]
Scenes from the Book of Sir Thomas More(Ill May Day Scenes), adapted by John Bryson, with Lewis Casson as More. [Jowett 2011:108.]
The first presentation by professional actors, though for a private audience.]
Shakespeare Aprocryphaseries; adapted by Ormerod Greenwood; produced by Michael Bakewell; with Michael Hordern as More. Transcript in Birmingham Shakespeare Library. [Jowett 2011:109.]
Shakespeareanportions of Henry VIII with The Book of Sir Thomas More.]
Radio Vatican a transmis en italien quelques scènes . . .]discutendone favorevolmente la attribuzione a Shakespeare.
Production of Sir Thomas More, Shaw Theatre, London: –.Moreana 28:108 (): 81–84.
What a Merry Old Soul was He: A Little Performed 16th-century Play, which Casts Thomas More in a New Light, has Strong Modern Resonances,Observer : 10.
The More the Merrier for Sainted Thomas,Evening Standard : 36.
The More, the Merrier, as Thomas Laughs all the Way to the Block,Guardian : 37.
Good, but not Moreish,Mail on Sunday : 69.
ShakespeareanMonologue from Sc.6 of Sir Thomas More. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFJaqVG_nMY (2010) and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjEAeOshUGQ (London, ).
Was Sir Thomas More ever acted?TLS : 420 + : 441 + : 456 + : 488. [Sullivan 2:213–14;.]
Sir Thomas More: generously sponsored by Donald Wolfit . . . on behalf of Advance Players Association, Ltd. who have also lent their Elizabethan wardrobe. London: [The Theatre Centre], . [Worldcat OCLC 42881249:
Programme with cast list, program notes, etc.]
Current Theatre Notes.Shakespeare Quarterly 6 (): 67–88. [Metz 116. Includes a production of the play at The Theatre Centre, London, .]
Shakespeare Productions in the United Kingdom: .Shakespeare Survey 9 (): 120. [Metz 120. Lists the same production as above.]
Bühnenbericht, .Shakespeare Jahrbuch 97 ():215.
International Notes: Germany.Shakespeare Survey 15 (): 134. [Metz 127; Shakespeare Jahrbuch 97 (): 215. On Richard Flatter's attempts to combine Sir Thomas More and parts of Henry VIII into a single play. See Complete Editions of the Play.]
Sir Thomas More.Moreana 4 (): 87–89. [On a performance of the play at the Nottingham Playhouse starring Ian McKellan.]
Dwarfed by Shakespeare? In Search of an Elizabethan Heritage.Plays and Players (): 8–12. [Metz 128. Discusses a number of plays including the Nottingham Playhouse production of Sir Thomas More.]
The Triple Bond: Audience, Actors, Author in the Elizabethan Playhouse.The Triple Bond: Plays, mainly Shakespearean, in Performance. Ed. Joseph Price. University Park, PN: Pennsylvania State UP, . 52–53. [Metz 138.]
Were There Act-Pauses on Shakespeare's Stage?English Renaissance Drama: Essays in Honor of Madeleine Doran and Mark Eccles. Eds. Standish Henning, Robert Kimbrough, Richard Knowles. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, , 23–24. [Metz 140.]
A Year of Shakespeare in Kiwiland.Shakespeare Quarterly 30 (): 272–77. [Metz 145. Includes a production of Sir Thomas More at the Mayfair Theatre Dunedin, directed by Jane Oakshott, in .]
St, Thomas More—Quincentenary Celebrations in Dunedin, New Zealand,and
Sir Thomas More Replayed.Moreana () 64: 112–115 + 67/68: 94 + 97/98 (): 106–107. [Includes a description of of a performance of Sir Thomas More (as edited by Alistair Fox) in New Zealand (114–15) in . See also Marc'hadour's comments on 116–17. The second article deals with a reunion of the actors.]
Appendice: Les répresentations de Sir Thomas More.Moreana 71/72 (): 164–65. [Lists productions of the play between and .]
Census of Renaissance drama productions ().Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama 25 (): 115–30 and 26 (): 79. [See pp.115–16 for review of Bristol production.]
Sir Thomas More: du texte à la scene. See General Studies.
[Poster of American Premiere of Sir Thomas More.]Moreana 21:83/84 (): 141. [Produced by Thad Taylor.]
The Booke of Sir Thomas More, the Poor Players, and Stylometry.Moreana 22:85 (): 56. [On the Poor Player's production.]
Production of Sir Thomas More, Shaw Theatre, London: –.Moreana 28:108 (): 81–84.
The Book of Sir Thomas More and Its Performance.
Divers toyes mengled: Essays on Medieval and Renaissance Culture in Honor of André Lascombes. Edited by Michel Bitot. Tours: Publication de l'Université François Rabelais, . 211–28.
Review of Sir Thomas More, by Anthony Munday, William Shakespeare and others,Early Modern Literary Studies 11.2 (): 13.1–6. http://purl.oclc.org/emls/11-2/revmore.htm
Theatre inEarly Modern Literary Studies 11.3 (): 15.1–20. http://purl.oclc.org/emls/11-3/revfors.htmSeason: Stratford and the Globe in .
Sejanus: His Fall and Sir Thomas More: Review of Sejanus and Sir Thomas More, Royal Shakespeare Company, Swan Theatre, .Theatre Journal 58:1 (): 127–131.
Sir Ian McKellan and Sir Thomas More: Men of Conscience.Moreana 163 (): 71–78. [Sum.: p.71. On Sir Ian McKellan's associations with the play Sir Thomas More from onwards.]
Thomas More à Stratford-upon-Avon, .Moreana 163 (): 119–21.
Sir Thomas More et Shakespeare. See Hand D and Shakespeare.
Thomas More at Stratford-upon-Avon and London, –.Moreana 163 (): 123–30.
The Actors in Sir Thomas More.in The Shakespeare Apocrypha. Ed. Douglas A. Brooks. Shakespeare Yearbook 16 (): 223–40.
A Performance History of Sir Thomas More.M. Phil. unpublished, University of Birmingham, .
Theatre Notebook: A Journal of the History and Technique of the British Theatre 65:1 (: 41–54. [Includes extensive discussion of the RSC production and of the various reviewers' responses.]Hands Off Proud Stranger: Shakespeare versus Multiple Authorship in Performance.
Parallels to Bartholomew Fair.Modern Philology 6 (): 109–27.
Plays of Uncertain Authorship Attributed to Shakespeare.The Cambridge History of English Literature. Volume V. The Drama to , Part One. Ed. Adolphus William Ward and Alfred Rayney Waller. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 246–48. Published in the U.S. as The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, –21. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/cambridgehistory05warduoft Also available online as
Plays of Uncertain Authorship Attributed to Shakespeare. § 7. Sir Thomas More: its scholarly character and political tone.http://www.bartleby.com/215/1007.html [Sullivan 2:334–35.]
Introduction.Shakespeare's Hand in The Play of Sir Thomas More. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, , , . 1–40. Rpt. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft P, , . Rpt. Irving CA: Reprint Services Corp. . Available Online at http://www.archive.org/details/shakespeareshand00polluoft/ [Metz 95. With an appendix of the accounts of the anti-alien disturbances of , and (pp.33–40).]
The Biographical Play.The English Historical Play in the age of Shakespeare. Princeton: princeton UP, . Rev. ed. London: Metheun; New York: Barnes and Noble, . Rpt. London: Routledge, . 209–215. [Cf. Metz 78.]
From Elizabeth I to Elizabeth II: Two Popular Views of Thomas More. See A Man For All Seasons.
The Book of Sir Thomas More: Structure and Meaning.Moreana 43/44 (): 25–39. [Geritz V051; Metz 137.]
Wit, Wisdom, and Theatricality in The Book of Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare Studies 13 (): 85–104. [Geritz V011; Metz 147.]
The Hair and Beard of Thomas More: With Special Reference to the Play Sir Thomas More and an Epigram by John Owen.Moreana 71/72 (): 5–14. [Geritz I030.]
The Paradoxical Design of The Book of Sir Thomas More.Renaissance and Reformation ns 5 (): 162–73.
Triptyth on Sir Thomas More: A Review of Recent Scholarship.Moreana 71/72 (): 115–26.
Sir Thomas More: une énigme resolue?Moreana 71/72 (): 155–65.
Sir Thomas More: un dossier en instance.Moreana 75/76 (): 147–50. [Review Article.]
Mimésis et imaginaire dans le jeu théâtral élisabéthain.Vérité et illusion dans le théâtre au temps de la Renaissance. Ed. Marie-Thérèse Jones-Davies. Univ. de Paris-Sorbonne, Inst. de Recherches sur les Civilisations de l'Occident Mod., Centre de Recherches sur la Renaissance: 8 Paris: Touzot, . 115–132.
Sir Thomas More: du texte à la scene.Moreana 21:83/84 (): 127–42. [On the relationship between the play and Roper's text. Also discusses various productions, including the BBC Radio Play starring Ian McKellan.]
Two Thomases: An Historical and Literary Comparison of Thomas Lord Cromwell and Sir Thomas More.Proceedings of the PMR Conference 12/13 (–88): 263–279.
Les deux Thomas: More et Cromwell dans le théâtre élisabéthain,Moreana 108 (): 117–18.
L'écho du silence: More à la scène et à l'écran.Impacts no.4 : 73–78. [Villquin 2005:69; cf. Worldcat OCLC 474496050?]
sequelto Shakespeare's Hand, and a review of scholarship on the play and on
Hand Din the sixty years since the publication of Shakespeare's Hand. Articles also listed separately.]
The Book of Sir Thomas More: Dramatic Unity.Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play and its Shakespearean Interest. New Cambridge Studies and Supplementary Texts. Ed. T. H. Howard-Hill. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 77–100. [Sum.: Jean-Pierre Villquin, Moreana 108 (): 72–74. See also below,
Introductionto edition of Sir Thomas More, edited by V. Gabrieli and Giorgio Melchiori.]
 See Reference Works.Voice and credyt: The Scholars and Sir Thomas More.
Introduction.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, . 1–53.
The Play of Sir Thomas More and Some Contemporary Events.Shakespeare Survey 42 (): 77–84. [Geritz I052.]
Thomas More, A Man For All Seasons: Robert Bolt's Play and the Elizabethan Play of Sir Thomas More. See A Man For All Seasons.
Moreana 108 (): 41–50. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana108pages41-50.pdf [Sum.: p.50; Geritz V060. On the Tower of London as a kind of character in the play. See also Moreana 71/72 (): 98.]My Strong House: The Tower and its use in Sir Thomas More.
Thomas More, dramatis persona: Contribution du théâtre au mythe.Centre d'études supérieures de la Renaissance Université François Rabelais, Tours, . The Problematics of Text and Character: Le texte et le personnage en question(s), Actes des Tables rondes I–II–III. Collection Theta 1. Bern: Peter Lang, . [Villquin 2005:70.]
Sir Thomas More as Biography: Convention and Innovation in Matter and Manner.Tudor Theatre:
Let there be covenants . . .Convention et Théâtre Acte de la Table ronde VI. Centre d'études supérieures de la Renaissance Université François Rabelais, Tours (éd.) Collection Theta 4. Bern: Peter Lang, . 243–53. [Villquin 2005:68.]
Parergon ns 17:1 (): 63–88.Marked Down for Omission: Censorship and The Book of Sir Thomas More.
More or Less: Editing the Collaborative.Shakespeare Studies 29 (): 109–31. [Sum.:
Argues for including the whole play, rather than just the Shakespearean portions, in editions of Shakespeare, thus avoiding the practice that underemphasizes the unity of the work(Norton, 2nd ed., 2032).]
Lecture de Sir Thomas More de Anthony Munday et alii (1593): L'Obéissance paradoxale d'un homme libre.Etudes Epistémè 2 (): 226–249. http://revue.etudes-episteme.org/?lecture-de-sir-thomas-more-de Or http://revue.etudes-episteme.org/IMG/pdf/ee_2_art_bertheau.pdf
The Book of Sir Thomas More and Laughter of the Heart.Sixteenth Century Journal 34:1 (): 107–121. [Sum.: p.107.]
Food and Foreignness in Sir Thomas More.Early Theatre 7.2 (): 33–47. Available online at: http://digitalcommons.mcmaster.ca/earlytheatre/vol7/iss2/2
Shakespeare in the Bottega: Art Works, Apocrypha, and the Stage.Shakespeare, Italy, and Intertextuality. Ed. Michele Marrapodi; with an afterword by Keir Elam. Manchester, England: Manchester UP, . 239–52.
Early Modern Literary Studies 11.1 (): 2.1–19. http://purl.oclc.org/emls/11-1/more.htm [Sum.: http://purl.oclc.org/emls/11-1/abstracts.html]The Cittie is in an uproare: Staging London in The Booke of Sir Thomas More.
Sir Thomas More and the Play of Body.Shakespeare et le jeu. Ed. Pierre Kapitaniuk and Yves Peyré. Actes des Congrès de la Société Française Shakespeare 23 (): 75–89. Online at http://shakespeare.revues.org/661
The polemics of conscience in the history play. See More and Shakespeare: General Studies.
John Foxe, Poets, and Sir Thomas More.Moreana 163 (): 7–41. [Sum.: p.7.]
Citizens' Games: Differentiating Collaboration and Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare Quarterly 58 (): 31–64. [Sum.:
Investigates the Analogy between collaborative authorship and the subject of that collaboration, rebellious citizen solidarity(Norton 2nd ed., p.2032).]
Shakespeare the Dramaturge.Shakespeare and His Collaborators over the Centuries. Pavel Drábek, Klára Kolinská, and Matthew Nicholls. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, . 55–65.
Sir Thomas More: Less Collaborative, More Shakespearean.Shakespeare and His Collaborators over the Centuries. Pavel Drábek, Klára Kolinská, and Matthew Nicholls. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, . 67–75.
Writing (in) the Spaces of Persecution: Cross-Confessional Interpretation, Authorship, and Anxiety in Anthony Munday and Thomas Nashe.Diss. U of Western Ontario, . [DAI, section A. 69:5 (: 1795.]
TheRenaissance and Reformation 31:3 (): 51–67. [Sum.: (Fr.) http://jps.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/renref/article/view/9168.]sweet-gorged Maw: Feeding and Physic in the Elizabethan Dramatic Life of Sir Thomas More.
Memorializing History in The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore.Moreana 45:174 (): 55–96. Online at http://thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana174pages55-97.pdf. [Sum.: pp.55–56.]
A Witty and Learned Persecutor? The staged after-life of Thomas More. See Tudor and Stuart Drama.
[Shakespeare and Food: Examples of Sir Thomas More, Coriolanus, and Pericles].Journal of English Language and Literature / Yǒngǒ Yǒngmunhak [Seoul] 57:4 (): 651–674. [MLA 2012580040.]
Sir Thomas More: More or Less Queer.Shakesqueer: A Queer Companion to the Complete Works of Shakespeare. Ed. Madhavi Menon. Durham, NC: Duke UP, . 309–318.
Renaissance Drama 39:1 (): 3–35.Strange Discourse: The Controversial Subject of Sir Thomas More.
Lusty Juventus.Ed. Thomas Betteridge, and Greg Walker. The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Drama. Oxford: Oxford UP, . 262–275.
Introduction.Sir Thomas More. The Arden Shakespeare, 3rd Series. London: Arden, . 1–129.
Exhuming Henry VIII's Court: The Tudor Household on the Jacobean Stage.Diss. U of Kansas, . [DAI 73:4 (): DA3489897. A study of Henry VIII, Sir Thomas More, Thomas Lord Cromwell, and Samuel Rowley's When You See Me, You Know Me.]
Archaism, theShakespeare 8:4 (): 356–367.Middle Ageand the Morality Play in Shakespearean Drama.
Chicago: Loyola U, . [DAI 73:9 (): DA3509516.]The Crew of Common Playwrights: Collaboration and Authorial Community in the Early Modern Theater.
Dutch Crossing: Journal of Low Countries Studies 37:1 (): 20–40. (DOI)Let us Not Grieve the Soul of the Stranger: Images and Imaginings of the Dutch and Flemish in Late Elizabethan London.
Ed. Carla Dente, Carla, Sara Sancini, and Ton Hoenselaars. Shakespeare and Conflict: A European Perspective. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, . 24–39. [On Twelfth Night andWhat Country, Friends, Is This?The Performance of Conflict in Shakespeare's Drama of Migration.
Shakespeare, Marlowe, and the Stranger Crisis of the Early 1590s.Ed. and introduced by Ruben Espinosa, and David Ruiter. Shakespeare and Immigration. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, . 13–36, esp. 19–22; see also pp.1–4 in
Shakespeare the Foreigner, Staging inclusion (2): Sir Thomas More.Alien Albion: Literature and Immigration in Early Modern England. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2014, 155–172, 236–39.
Die Quellen des Book of Sir Thomas More.Englishe Studien 68 (): 209–26. [Metz 160.]
The Book of Sir Thomas More and its Sources.Moreana 53 (): 57–62. [Geritz V001; Sullivan S2:5.]
The Play of Sir Thomas More: The Problem of the Primary Source.Moreana 82 (): 41–48. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana82pages41-48.pdf [Geritz V036.]
Sir Thomas More: Sources, Characters, Ideas.Moreana 23:90 (): 17–43. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana90pages17-43.pdf [Sum.: (Fr) pp.43–44; Geritz I043.]
Appendix: A Table of Sources and Close Analogues for the Text of The Book of Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play and its Shakespearean Interest. Ed. T. H. Howard-Hill. New Cambridge Studies and Supplementary Texts. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 197–202.
The Contextualization of Source Materials: The Play within the Play in Sir Thomas More.Le Forme del teatro: contributi del gruppo di ricerca sulla comunicazione teatrale in Inghilterra Vol 3. Letture di pensiero e d'arte. Rome: Edizioni di storia e letteratura, . 59–94. Partial Preview at Google Books
Sir Thomas More: Introduction.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, . 135–206. [Excerpts from texts on pp. 207–254. Some items also listed separately.]
John Foxe, Poets, and Sir Thomas More. See General Studies of the Play.
Remembering Thomas More,and
Appendix 7: Longer Passages of Source Material.Sir Thomas More. The Arden Shakespeare, 3rd Series. London: Arden, . 47–70, 473–86.
Unremarked Evidence against Anderegg's Conjecture.Notes and Queries 60:3 (): 407–410. (DOI) Rpt. in Moreana 51:197/198 (): 250–56.
[Diary Entry, .]in Thomas Hearne, Remarks and Recollections. Ed. H. E. Salter for the Oxford Historical Society. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1914. 9: 292–93. Cited in Metz 1989, 135. [First recorded evidence for the existence of the play manuscript. Thomas Hearne records how he was lent a manuscript of a play about Thomas More, by the book collector John Murray.]
The Date of Sir Thomas More: Some Further Points.TLS : 520–21 + : 568.
Shakespeare's Hand in the Play of Sir Thomas More.Englische Studien LIX (59) (): 444–50. [Sullivan I:29–30.]
The Evidence of Theatrical Plots for the History of the Elizabethan Stage.Review of English Studies 1 (1925): 257–83. [Sullivan 2:51.]
The Date of Sir Thomas More.Review of English Studies 1 (): 337–39. [Sullivan 2:87–88.]
Verse Tests and the Date of Sir Thomas More.Review of English Studies 1 (): 441–43.
T. Goodal in Sir Thomas More.Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 44 (): 633–34 + 46 (): 268–71. [Sullivan 2:52. On the bookkeeper's mention of the name Thomas Goodal in the play manuscript, see Gabrieli and Melchiori, eds., Sir Thomas More, pp.32 and 52,n.115.]
Dr. Greg and thePublications of the Modern Language Association of America 44 (): 934–38.GoodalNotation in Sir Thomas Moore.
The Manuscript of Sir Thomas More.Malone Society Collections, Vol. II, pt. III. Malone Society Publications, 71. Oxford: OUP for the Malone Society, 1931. 233–34. Rpt. New York: AMS Press, 1985. [Sullivan 2: 51–52.]
On the Date of Sir Thomas More.Review of English Studies 10 (): 401–11. [Metz 152; Sullivan 1:210.]
The Date and Authorship of the MS. Play Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries 177 (): 78, 120–21, 158. [Metz 153, 154, 155; Sullivan 1:231–32, 306‐7.]
The Foul Papers of a Revision.The Library 4th ser. 26:1 (): 37–50. [Suggests what might have happened to The Book of Sir Thomas More, if it had gone to the printers, by examining two quartos of plays that reveal extensive revisions.]
Readings in the Manuscript of Sir Thomas More.Modern Language Review 43 (): 512–14. [Geritz V016; Metz 167; Sullivan 2:164. Two emendations to Greg's edition.]
The Significance of a Date.Shakespeare Survey 8 (): 100–105. [Metz 156.]
A Supplement to Sir Walter Greg's Edition of Sir Thomas More.Malone Society Collections 6 (): 177–92. [Metz 124.]
The Date of the Additions in The Booke of Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare Jahrbuch [West] : 305–25. [Metz 157.]
The Book of Sir Thomas More: A Theatrical View.Modern Philology 68 (): 10–24. [Geritz V029; Metz 177.]
The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore Re-examined.Studies in Philology 69 (): 167–91. [Geritz V003; Metz 133; Sullivan S2:18.]
Watermarks in the Manuscript of Sir Thomas More and a Possible Collation.Shakespeare Quarterly 26 (): 66–69. [Metz 183.]
The Date of the Sir Thomas More Additions by Dekker and Shakespeare.Notes and Queries ns 24 (): 114–16. [Metz 158.]
The Master of the Revels and The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore.Shakespeare Quarterly 33 (): 493–95.
The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore: A Chronology of Revision.Shakespeare Quarterly 37 (): 291–308.
On the Provenance of The Book of Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 45 (): 358. [On John Murray of Sacombe, Herfordshire.]
The Master of the Revels and the Date of the Additions of The Book of Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare, Text, Language, Criticism: Essays in Honour of Marvin Spevack. Ed. Bernhard Fabian and Kurt Tetzeli von Rosador. Hildesheim: Olms-Weidman, . 164–79.
The Occasion of The Book of Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play and its Shakespearean Interest. New Cambridge Studies and Supplementary Texts. Ed. T. H. Howard-Hill. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 45–56. [Sum.: Jean-Pierre Villquin, Moreana 108 (): 70.]
The Book of Sir Thomas More: Dates and Acting Companies.Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play and its Shakespearean Interest. New Cambridge Studies and Supplementary Texts. Ed. T. H. Howard-Hill. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 57–76. [Sum.: Jean-Pierre Villquin, Moreana 108 (): 70–72.]
The Marginal Latin Tag in the Manuscript of Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 61 (): 257–60. (DOI)
Autograph Plays by Anthony Munday.Modern Language Review 8 (): 89–90. [Sullivan 2:50–51. Contra his earlier position in his edition, Greg accepts Farmer's view that original MS. of Sir Thomas More is Munday's autograph.]
The Autograph Manuscripts of Anthony Munday.The Library 3 ser., 14:1 (): 325–54.
Sir Thomas More.Journal of English and Germanic Philolophy 18:2 (): 226–235. Online at https://archive.org/details/jstor-27713788
Anthony Munday and his Books.The Library 4th ser., 1:1 (): 225–56.
Anthony Munday;s Spelling as a Literary Clue.The Library 4th ser., 4:1 (): 9–23.
The Handwritings of the Manuscript.Shakespeare's Hand in The Play of Sir Thomas More. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, , , . 41–56. Rpt. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft P, , . Rpt. Irving CA: Reprint Services Corp. . Available Online at http://www.archive.org/details/shakespeareshand00polluoft/ [Metz 95; Sullivan 2:51.]
Shakespeare, Chapman et Thomas More.Revue-Anglo-Americaine No.6 (August 1926): 514–31. [Sullivan 1:3.]
Robert Wilson and Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries 154 (): 237–39 + 259–62 + 155 (): 237–40; with Reply by S.O. Addy, 154 (): 335–36. [Sullivan II: 38–39 + I:9; Metz 97.]
More About The Bookie [Booke] of Sir Thomas Moore.Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 43 (): 767–78.
Is Heywood's Hand in Sir Thomas More?University of Texas Studies in English 11 (): 24–31. [Metz 101. Questions Tannenbaum's identification of
Hand Bas Heywood's.]
Hand B in Sir Thomas More.The Library 5th ser. 11:1 (): 47–50. [Metz 119.]
Shakespeare and Mundy.Shakespeare Studies 14 (): 25–33, esp. 26–28. [Metz 125.]
Anthony Mundy and Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 10 (): 96. [Metz 174.]
Notes and Queries ns 18 (): 452–53. [Metz 178.]Fashisin The Booke of Sir Thomas More.
Shakespeare and Munday Again.American Notes and Queries (Oct. ): 28–32. [Metz 135. See Shapiro above.]
False Expectations: The Consequences of Ignoring Manuscripts.Shakespeare Newsletter 27 (): 15. [Metz 142.]
Sir Thomas More: Dekker's Addition.The Dramatic Works of Thomas Dekker. Ed. Fredson Bowers. 4 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . I: 1–6.
Sir Thomas More: De Shakespeare?Moreana 67/68 (): 199–201. [Responses to Thomas Merriam, including two letters in English.]
StylometryShakespeare Newsletter 30:4 (): 29–30. [Metz 148. Summarizes Merriam's work on Stylometry.]provesEntire Sir Thomas More is All Shakespeare's.
Did Shakespeare write Sir Thomas More?Shakespeare Newsletter 31:1 (): 2. [Metz 150.]
Stylometric Analysis and Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare Newsletter 31:1 (): 6. [Metz 151.]
New Study Denies STM Stylometrics; John Webster Authorship Claimed.Shakespeare Newsletter 31:2 (): 9.
The Play of Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 28 (): 145. [Note on the use of
dungin Scene 4.]
The Strange Case of Sir Thomas More.Moreana 18:71/72 (): 113–14.
The Authorship of Sir Thomas More.Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing Bulletin 10 (): 1–8.
Can Sir Thomas More be by Shakespeare?Moreana 19:75/76 (): 89–90.
Anthony Munday and the Play of Thomas More.Moreana 85 (): 83–84.
Thomas More, Thomas Cromwell, and Jack Faulkner.Notes and Queries ns 32 (): 28–30.
The Authorship Controversy of Sir Thomas More: Smith on Morton.Journal of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing 1:2 (): 104–108.
Was Munday the Author of Sir Thomas More?Moreana 24:94 (): 25–30. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana94pages25-30.pdf
Was Hand B in Sir Thomas More Heywood's Autograph?Notes and Queries ns 35 (): 455–58.
Henry Chettle and the Original Text of Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play and its Shakespearean Interest. New Cambridge Studies and Supplementary Texts. Ed. T. H. Howard-Hill. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 131–49. [Sum.: Jean-Pierre Villquin, Moreana 108 (): 76–77.]
The Date and Auspices of the Additions to Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play and its Shakespearean Interest. New Cambridge Studies and Supplementary Texts. Ed. T. H. Howard-Hill. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 101–29. [Sum.: Jean-Pierre Villquin, Moreana 108 (): 75–76.]
Did Munday Compose Sir Thomas More?Notes and Queries ns 37 (): 175–78. [Geritz V033.]
Setting Down What the Clown Spoke: Improvisation, Hand B, and The Book of Sir Thomas More.The Library ser., 6, 13:2 (): 126–36.
Shakespeare, Stylometry and Sir Thomas More.Studies in Philology 89 (): 434–44. [Geritz V049.]
Chettle, Munday, Shakespeare, and Sir Thomas More?Notes and Queries ns 39 (): 336–41. [Geritz V032.]
Pericles I–II Revisited and Considerations Concerning Literary Medium as a systematic factor in Stylometry.Notes and Queries ns 39 (): 341–45.
Sir Thomas More, Pericles, and Stylometry.Notes and Queries ns 41 (): 55–58. [Geritz V050.]
Letter Frequency as a Discriminator of Authors.Notes and Queries ns 41 (): 467–469.
Evidence from Forker's Three Listings.Notes and Queries ns 41 (): 482–486.
Sir Thomas More without Stylometry.Notes and Queries ns 44 (): 67–72. [Geritz V035.]
Playwriting: Authorship and Collaboration.A New History of Early English Drama. Ed. John D. Cox, and David Scott Kasten. Columbia: Columbia UP, . 361*** (357–82). [Cit. Ioppolo : 209,n.13.]
Text, Context, and Authorship of The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore.Pilgrimage for Love: Essays in Early Modern Literature in Honor of Josephine A. Roberts. Medieval and Renaissance Texts & Studies, 213. Tempe, AR: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, . 133–160.
A Companion to Shakespeare. Ed. David Scott Kasten. Oxford: Blackwell, . 414–33, esp. 419–21. [On preparations for production of the play in the MS.]Precious Few: English Manuscript Playbooks.
The Misunderstanding of Munday as Author of Sir Thomas More.Review of English Studies ns 51 (): 540–81. (DOI)
An Unwarranted Assumption.Notes and Queries ns 48 (): 438–41. (DOI)
Feminine Endings and More.Notes and Queries ns 48 (): 278–80. (DOI)
More and Woodstock.Notes and Queries ns 50 (): 27–31. (DOI)
Correspondences in More and Hoffman.Notes and Queries ns 50 (): 410–14. (DOI)
Munday and the Oxford Shakespeare More.Notes and Queries ns 53 (): 470–74. (DOI)
Orthographic Changes in John a Kent and Hand M of More.Notes and Queries ns 53 (): 475–78. (DOI)
Six-Word Collocations in Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More..Notes and Queries ns 56 (): 48–51. (DOI)
An Injustice More Than Secular.Notes and Queries ns 57 (): 364–66. (DOI)
Moore the Merier.Notes and Queries ns 58 (): 241–42. (DOI)
Deciphering a Date and Determining a Date: Anthony Munday's John a Kent and John a Cumber and the Original Version of Sir Thomas More.Early Modern Literary Studies 15.3 (): Item 2. http://purl.org/emls/15-3/jackdate.htm
Shakespeare among Others in Sir Thomas More: Verse Form and Attribution.Ed. Mihhail Lotman and Maria-Kristiina Lotman. Linguistic Insights: Studies in Language and Communication 113. Frontiers in Comparative Prosody. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang, . 121–142. See also Shakespeare and the Versification of English Drama, 1561–1642. Franham, UK: Ashgate, . 92, 176, 181, 185–192, 266
Shakespeare: Revising and Re-visioning.Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses 25 (): 19–32.
Conjuncture of Collocations in More and 2H6.Notes and Queries ns 59 (): 60. (DOI)
A Collaboration: Shakespeare and Hand C in Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare Survey 65 (): 255–268.
Determining a DateNotes and Queries ns 61 (): 260–65. (DOI)
Was Munday the Author of Sir Thomas More? Revisited.Moreana 51:197–198 (): 245–49.
God's Foolishness is Greater than Man's Wisdom.Moreana 53:203–204 (): 295–98.
Are there any extant MSS in Shakespeare's Handwriting?Notes and Queries 4 ser., 8 (): 1–3. [Cit.: Metz p.xvi–xvii.]
Shakespeare's Handwriting.Notes and Queries 4 ser., 10 (): 227–28. Rpt. as
On a Question Concerning a supposed Specimen of Shakespeare's Handwriting.Reviews and discussions: literary, political, and historical not relating to Bacon. London: C. Kegan Paul and Co., . 376–84. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/reviewsdiscussio00speduoft [Speeding's Note (380–84) quotes not only what later came to be identified as
Hand D, but also Lady More's Dream (IV.ii.1–49). Spedding claims to read
topt(II.iii.7) in the MS.]
Shakespere's handwritingfurther illustrated: Facsimiles of his own supposed autograph, with a short note on his early career as a dramatist. London: Printed for Messrs. Asher & Co., . Rpt. Kessinger, . 24p. [Google books.]
Das Datum des Pseudo-Shakespeareschen Sir Thomas Moore.Englische Studien 46 (): 228–51. [See also and articles below.]
The Play of Sir Thomas More and Shakespeare's Hand in it.The Library 3 ser., VIII:1 (): 79–96.
The Apocryphal Sir Thomas More and the Shakespeare Holograph.American Journal of Philology 39 (): 229–67. Online at https://archive.org/details/jstor-288948
The Expression of Ideas—Particularly Political Ideas—in the Three pages and in Shakespeare.Shakespeare's Hand in The Play of Sir Thomas More. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, , rpt. , . 142–87. Rpt. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft P, , . Rpt. Irving CA: Reprint Services Corp. . Available Online at http://www.archive.org/details/shakespeareshand00polluoft/ [Metz 95; Sullivan 1:183.]
The Play of Sir Thomas More.TLS 22 (1923): 896. [Sullivan 1:189–190.]
Ill May Day. Scenes from the Play of Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare's Hand in The Play of Sir Thomas More. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, , rpt. , . 189–243. Rpt. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft P, , . Rpt. Irving CA: Reprint Services Corp. . Available Online at http://www.archive.org/details/shakespeareshand00polluoft/ [Metz 95; Sullivan 2:51.]
The Handwriting of the Three Pages Attributed to Shakespeare Compared with His Signatures.Shakespeare's Hand in The Play of Sir Thomas More. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, , rpt. , . 57–112. Rpt. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft P, , . Rpt. Irving CA: Reprint Services Corp. . Available Online at http://www.archive.org/details/shakespeareshand00polluoft/ [Metz 95. See also Thompson's Shakespeare's Handwriting.]
Bibliographical Links Between the Three Pages and the Good Quartos.Shakespeare's Hand in The Play of Sir Thomas More. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, , rpt. , . 113–42. Rpt. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft P, , . Rpt. Irving CA: Reprint Services Corp. . Available Online at http://www.archive.org/details/shakespeareshand00polluoft/ [Metz 95.]
Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More.Review of English Studies 1 (): 40–59. [See also his and articles.]
Shakespeare's Unquestioned Autographs and the Additions to More.Studies in Philology 22 (): 133–60.
Shakespeare's Hand Once More.TLS : 871 + : 908. Rpt. in W. W. Greg: Collected Papers. Ed. J. C. Maxwell. Oxford: Clarendon P, . 192–200. [Metz 96; Sullivan 2:52. Reviews Edward Maude Thompson's Book and article below. Acccording to Maxwell:
intended as a considered summing-up of the purely paleographical evidence in favour of the Shakespearean authorship of the famous three pages(p.192,n.1)]
Imagery in the Sir Thomas More Fragment.Review of English Studies 6 (): 257–70. [Metz 98; cf. Sullivan 1:184.]
Addition III of Sir Thomas More.Review of English Studies 7 (): 67–69. [Metz 99.]
Some Sequences of Thought in Shakespeare in the 147 lines of Sir Thomas More.Modern Language Review 26 (): 251–80. Rev. vers. rpt. as
Shakespeare and the Play of More: Some Sequences of Thought in Shakespeare and in theMan's Unconquerable Mind. London: Jonathan Cape, . Rpt. . 204–49, 407–08. Rpt. New York: Haskell, . [Metz 105; Sullivan 1:187– and 184.]Three Pagesof Sir Thomas More.
Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More.London Mercury : 288–89. [Sullivan 1:232.]
Shakespeare's Text.A Companion to Shakespeare Studies. Eds. Harley Granville-Barker, and G. B. Harrison. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 263–92, esp. 274–78. [Metz 165.]
The Book of Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare Rediscovered. New York: Scribner's, . 280–90. [Metz 104.]
Shakespeare and the Play of More.TLS : 297–98. [Metz 106.]
Shakespeare and More.TLS : 327. [Geritz I022; Metz 107. A response to Crundell.]
depicts More's continuing popularity with the London populacedespite anti-More propaganda. For reprints and reviews, see Modern More Biographies (–).]
An Evaluation of Evidence in Shakespearean Textual Criticism.English Institute Annual . New York: Columbia UP, . 105–107. [Metz 108.]
Shakespere and Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare Association Bulletin 18 (): 75–91, 99–108, 156–67. [Metz 109.]
Eine Szene in Shakespeares Handschrift.Neue Auslese 2:6 (): 61–66. [Metz 111.]
The Booke of Sir Thomas More and its Problems.Shakespeare Survey 2 (): 44–65. Rpt. in Evidence for Authorship: Essays on Problems of Attribution. Ed. David V. Erdman, and Ephim G. Fogel. Ithaca: Cornell UP, . 126–75. [Metz 111 (and 168).]
Shakespeare's Reading.Shakespeare Survey 3 (): 14–21. [Metz 161.]
Über einige Probleme der Neueren und Neuesten Shakespeare—Forschung (Testgestaltung und Echtheitsfragen).Germanisch-romanische Monatsschrift 33 (–52): 208–28. [Metz 113. Repeats arguments of paper above. Identifies Heywood as author of
The Flemings in Shakespeare's Theatre.Notes and Queries 197 (): 265–69. [Sullivan 1:347.]
Henry Finch and Shakespeare.Review of English Studies ns 4 (): 142. [Metz 115.]
Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More.Review of English Studies ns 6 (): 12–25. [Metz 117.]
The New Way with Shakespeare's Texts: An Introduction for Lay Readers. III. In Sight of Shakespeare's Manuscripts.Shakespeare Survey 9 (): 69–80. [Metz 172.]
Shakespearean Spelling.Shakespeare Newsletter 8:4 (): 28. [Metz 121.]
Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More. See More and Shakespeare.
On Looking over Shakespeare'sThe Stratford Papers on Shakespeare . Ed. B. A. W. Jackson. Toronto: Gage, . 53–70, With a Postscript by C. J. Sisson, 70–77. [Metz 123.]Secretarie.
Shakespeare and The Gouernour, Bk. II, ch. xiii. Parallels with Richard II and the More Addition.Shakespeare Quarterly 14 (): 195–99. [On the roan Barbary episode in Richard II and parallels in Sir Thomas Elyot and The Booke of Sir Thomas More.]
Shakespeare and St. Augustine.Quarterly Review [London, John Murray] 303:644 (): 181–93. [Metz 129.]
The Year's Contribution to Shakespearean Studies: Textual Studies.Shakespeare Survey 20 (): 170–79, esp. 173–74. [Metz 131.]
Shakespreare's Text: Approaches and Problems.A New Companion to Shakespeare Studies. Ed. Kenneth Muir, and S. Schoenbaum. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 223, 226, 227. [Metz 55. Includes fascimile and transcription of fifteen lines from Hand D on p.223.]
A Non-Shakespearean Parallel to the Comic Mispronunciation ofNotes and Queries ns 18 (): 139. [Metz 179.]Ergoin Hand D in Sir Thomas More.
A Crux in the Putative Shakespearian Addition to Sir Thomas More.English Language Notes 10 (/73): 8–10. [Metz 180.]
Linkages of Thought and Imagery in Shakespeare and More.Modern Language Quarterly 34 (): 384–405. [Metz 136,]
Shakespeare's Hand in Sir Thomas More: Some Aspects of the Paleographic Argument.Shakespeare Studies 8 (): 241–53. [Metz 139.]
Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More Revisited: or, A Mounty on the Trail.Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 70 (): 333–46. [Metz 141.]
Theobald,TLS : 484. [Metz 185.]table/babbled,and Sir Thomas More.
Shylock, Iago, and Sir Thomas More: With Some Further Discussion of Shakespeare's Imagination.Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 92 (): 217–30. [Metz 143. On image clusters in
Hand Dof Sir Thomas More and several Shakespeare Plays.]
Linguistic Evidence for the Date of Shakespeare's Addition to Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 25 (): 154–56. [Metz 159.]
Playwrights at Work: Henslowe's, Not Shakespeare's, Book of Sir Thomas More.English Literary Renaissance 10 (): 439–79. [Geritz V006; Metz 146.]
Hand D of Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 28 (): 146.
Hand D in Sir Thomas More: An Essay in Misinterpretation.Shakespeare Survey 38 (): 101–14.
Webster or Shakespeare? Style, Idiom, Vocabulary, and Spelling in the Additions to Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play and its Shakespearean Interest. Ed. T. H. Howard-Hill. New Cambridge Studies and Supplementary Texts. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 151–70. [Sum.: Jean-Pierre Villquin, Moreana 108 (): 77–78.]
Sir Thomas More and the Shakespeare Canon: Two Approaches.Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More: Essays on the Play and its Shakespearean Interest. New Cambridge Studies and Supplementary Texts. Ed. T. H. Howard-Hill. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 171–95. [Sum.: Jean-Pierre Villquin, Moreana 108 (): 78–79.]
Shakespeare's Handwriting.Shakespeare Studies 42 (): 119–28 + 3 plates.
The Literary Evidence for Shakespeare as Hand D in the Manuscript Play Sir Thomas More: A Re-re-consideration.The Upstart Crow 11 (): 131–55.
Lord Say, Sir Thomas More, and Good Friday.Moreana 109 (): 47–52. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana109pages47-52.pdf [Sum.: p. 52; Geritz V034. On the Jack Cade scenes in 2Hen6 and STM.]
The One Manuscript: Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare at Work. Oxford: Clarendon P, . 7–37. [Includes Modern-spelling text (31–35).]
Spellings in Sir Thomas More (Hand M) and Edward III.( or later) http://www.ericsams.org/spellings.htm
Hypertext and Editorial Myth.Early Modern Literary Studies 3.3 / Special Issue 2 (): 2.1–19. http://purl.oclc.org/emls/03-3/wersshak.html [Sum.: http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/03-3/03-3abs.html]
A Response to Paul Werstine,Early Modern Literary Studies 4.3 (Jan. ): 16:1–4. http://purl.oclc.org/emls/04-3/gabread.htmlHypertext and Editorial Myth,
Shakespeare More or Less: A. W. Pollard and Twentieth-Century Shakspeare Editing.Florilegium 16 (): 125–45. [Cit.: Jowett,
Addressing Adaptation,p.75n2. Opposes Shakespeare as Author of Addition. See also Vickers.]
Revision of Scene 4 of Sir Thomas More as a Test of New Bibliographical Principles.Early Modern Literary Studies 6.2 (): 6.1–5. http://purl.oclc.org/emls/06-2/eganmore.htm. [A further response to Werstine's EMLS article.]
The Two Material Versions of Scene 4 of Sir Thomas More.Early Modern Literary Studies 6.3 (): 22.1–3. http://purl.oclc.org/emls/06-3/wersnote.htm [Werstine's reply to Gabriel Egan's responses to his EMLS article.]
Idealist and Materialist Interpretations of BL Harley 7368, the Sir Thomas More Manuscript.Early Modern Literary Studies 7.2 (): 6.1–4. http://purl.oclc.org/emls/07-2/egannote.htm [Egan's further response to Werstine's response.]
The Second Material Version of Scene 4 of Sir Thomas More.Early Modern Literary Studies 7.3 (): 16.1. http://purl.oclc.org/emls/07-3/wersresp.htm. [Werstine's final reply to Gabriel Egan's further response.]
New Evidence of an Authorship Problem.(). http://www.shakespeare-authorship.com/resources/more.asp [An
Oxfordiancritique of the
Hand D. See David Kathman's response.]
Shakespeare's Hand in Sir Thomas More.(). http://shakespeareauthorship.com/more.html [A response to Diana Price.]
Addressing Adaptation,p.75n2 (who gives the pages as 67–72): Favours Shakespeare as Author of Addition.]
Shakespeare, Sir Thomas More and Asylum Seekers.Shakespeare Survey 57 (): 225–35.
The New Bibliography and its Critics.Textual Performances: The Modern Reproduction of Shakespeare's Drama. Edited by Lukas Erne and Margaret Jane Kidnie. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 77–93, esp. 79, 90–91. [Includes a brief discussion of
Addressing Adaptation: Measure for Measure and Sir Thomas More.Textual Performances: The Modern Reproduction of Shakespeare's Drama. Edited by Lukas Erne and Margaret Jane Kidnie. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 63–76. [On the
Middletonaddition to Measure for Measure and the
ShakespeareanAddition to Sir Thomas More.]
Shakespeare's Deletions and False Starts.Review of English Studies ns 56 (): 37–48.
Sir Edmund Tilney, Sir Thomas More, and the Dutch.in Shakespeare and the Low Countries. Ed. Douglas A. Brooks and A.J. Hoenselaars, Shakespeare Yearbook 15 (): 49–64.
Dramatists and their manuscripts in the Age of Shakespeare, Jonson, Middleton and Heywood: Authorship, authority and the playhouse. London: Routledge, . 102–109, 209–210. [Argues that Hand D is an authorial fair copy from authorial foul papers.]Why you must need be straingers: Shakespeare's fair copy.
The Date and Authorship of Hand D's Contribution in Sir Thomas More: Evidence from Literature Online.Shakespeare Survey 59 (): 69–78.
Some Further Evidence for Shakespeare's Authorship of Hand D in Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 53 (): 65–66. (DOI)
Washington, DC: New Academia, . 219–21.Like as if that God / Owed not nor made not you: The Theater of Likeness in The Book of Sir Thomas More.
Shakespeare, Nashe, and Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 53 (): 59–62. (DOI)
OnStudies in Philology 103 (): 178–l85. [Sum.:Momtanish Inhumanytyin Sir Thomas More.
Argues that More criticizes the citizens' hostility to foreigners as Muslim inhumanity(Norton, 2nd ed., p.2032).]
IsEarly Modern Literary Studies 12.3 (): 1.1–36. http://purl.oclc.org/emls/12-3/jackbaye.htm [Sum.: http://purl.oclc.org/emls/12-3/abstracts.htm. Based on an earlier version of the Elliott-Valenza paper below.]Hand Dof Sir Thomas More Shakespeare's? Thomas Bayes and the Elliott-Valenza Authorship Tests.
A New Chronological Indicator for Shakespeare's Plays and Hand D from Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 54 (): 304–307. (DOI)
Sir Thomas More et Shakespeare.Moreana 163 (): 43–70. [Includes discussion of performance history (55–62).]
The Science of Editing.A Concise Companion to Shakespeare and the Text. Ed. Andrew Murphy. Oxford: Blackwell, . 109–27, esp.120–23.
A Question (not) to be Askt: Is Hand D a Copy?The Shakespeare Apocrypha. Ed. Douglas A. Brooks. Shakespeare Yearbook 16 (): 241–66.
The Ethics of Anonymity.Modern Language Review 103:2 (): 350–363.
The authorship of the Hand-D Addition to The Book of Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship. Ed. Hugh Craig and Arthur D. Kinney. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 134–61. [Another response to Elliott-Valenza.]
Two tough nuts to crack: did Shakespeare write theLiterary and Linguistic Computing 25 (): 67–83 + 165–77. (DOI) Available online at http://www.claremontmckenna.edu/facultysites/govt/FacMember/welliott/UTConference/2ToughNuts.pdfShakespeareportions of Sir Thomas More and Edward III?
Shakespeare and The Book of Sir Thomas More.Moreana 183/84 (): 9–35. [Sum.: pp.9–10.]
Shakespeare and co-authorship.Shakespeare in Company. Oxford: Oxford UP, . 278–301.
Shakespeare Survey 65 (): 239–254.This Is the Strangers' Case: The Utopic Dissonance of Shakespeare's Contribution to Sir Thomas More.
A Hound in Shakespeare's Addition to Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries ns 61 (): 256–57. (DOI)
Shakespeare's Singularity and Sir Thomas More.Shakespeare Survey 67 (): 150–64. (DOI)
Section XI: The Portraits of Thomas More That Appear in the Works Given in this Bibliography.St. Thomas More: A Preliminary Bibliography of His Works and of Moreana to the Year , Compiled by R. W. Gibson, With a Bibliography of Utopiana by R. W. Gibson and J. Max Patrick. New Haven: Yale UP, . 421–425.
Paintings: Portraits of Thomas More and His Family.Hans Holbein the Younger: A Guide to Research. Garland Reference Library of the Humanities 1480. New York: Garland, . 373–380.
The Likeness of Thomas More: Two Additions to Morison,Moreana 35 (): 85–89; Geritz F213 (and F160); Wentworth 135.]
Supplementa Iconographica Moreana: Portraits of Thomas More in Italy and in Spain.Moreana 62 (): 73–82. Rpt. in Essays on the Renaissance and the Classical Tradition. London: Variorum Reprints, . X: 73–82.
The Iconography of Saint Thomas More.Studies [Dublin] 70 (): 55–71. [Geritz F343; Wentworth 137.]
Thomas More and the Visual Arts.Saggi sul Rinascimento. Ed. S. Rossi. Milan: Edizioni Unicopli, . 27–54. Rpt. in Essays on the Renaissance and the Classical Tradition. London: Variorum Reprints, . VIII: 27–54 +
Additions and Corrections: 2.
Le livre dans les tableaux de la Renaissance: Perspective directe ou prespective inverse?L'Europe de la Renaissance: Cultures et Civilisations. Mélanges offerts à Marie-Thérèse Jones-Davies. Paris: Jean Touzot, . 103–08. [Mentions the Quentin Metsys diptych and Holbein-Locky portraits of More.]
Thomas More: The Search for the Inner Man. See More: Spirituality.
La Iconografía de Santo Tomás Moro.Ephialte: Lecturas de historia del arte [Vitoria-Gasteiz (Université du Pays Basque)] 2 (): 45–59 + 36 illustrations.
Thomas More: l'Icône Verbale, erzatz de l'image naturelle. See Dialogue Concerning Heresies.
Dead Man's Treasure: the Cult of Thomas More.The Production of English Renaissance Culture. Edited by David Lee Miller, Sharon O'Dair, Harold Weber. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, . 190–225 (incl. 16 figures). [Geritz F124.]
The Execution of Thomas More: A Comparative Study of the Iconography.Thomas Morus Jahrbuch . 149–55. Rpt. Europa: Wiege des Humanismus und der Reformation. 5 Internationales Symposion der
Amici Thomas Mori. bis in Mainz. Dokumentation. Ed. Hermann Boventer and Uwe Baumann. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, . 265–86. [Geritz F105.]
Portraits of Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries 77 (): 87, 170, 272.
The Famous Picture of Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries 161 (): 1, 49, 87, 195–96, 227–28. [See also
Portraits of Sir Thomas Moreabove.]
Holbein's Miniature of St. Thomas More.Universe July 12, 1935: 5. [Sullivan 2:114.]
Zwei Werke Hans Holbeins d. Jg. aus der Frühzeit des ersten englishen Aufenhaltes.Festschrift zur Eröffnung des Kunstmuseums Basel, Öffentliche Kunstsammlung . Ed. Otto Fischer, Daniel Burkhardt-Werthemann, and Paul Ganz. Basel: Birkhäuser, . 141–58.
An Emblem by Holbein for Erasmus and More.Journal of the Warburg Institute 1:1 (/38): 63–66. [Cit.: Germain Marc'hadour Moreana 1 (): 63,n.3.]
Two Little-Known Pictures by Holbein in England.Burlington Magazine 83 (): 285–86 + 1 plate. [On a portrait of Dame Alice More by Holbein.]
Holbein and Sir Thomas More.Tablet 196 (): 551. [Sullivan 2:119–20.]
Sir Thomas More by Holbein.Catholic Lawyer 2 (): 120–22. Rpt. ibid. 17 (): 289–91. [Brief description of the painting.]
Holbein the Younger in England.Journal of the Royal Society of Arts 111 (): 736–55. [Geritz F246; Wentworth 136. Seminal article on Holbein's portraiture. Describes the complex ironies and ambiguities of Holbein's artistic vision.]
Présence de Thomas More.Moreana 4 (): 23–36. [Geritz F202. On the image of More in Holbein's Portrait and Erasmus's letters to von Hutten and Richard Whitford.]
Thomas More.The Frick Collection: An Illustrated Catalogue. 8? vols. New York: The Frick Collection (Distributed by Princeton UP), . 1: 228–33.
Note sur deux portraits de More.Moreana 23 (): 69–70. [On Erasmus and Holbein.]
Thomas More.Masterpieces of the Frick Collection. Intro. H. D. M. Grier. New York: The Frick Collection (Distributed by The Viking Press), . 42–43.
Holbein's Portrait of More: Two Unrecorded Episodes in Its History.Moreana 62 (): 67–72. [Geritz F008.]
Introduction.Thomas More: The Rhetoric of Character. Ed. Alistair Fox and Peter Leech. Dunedin: U of Otago (A University Extension Publication), . 3–15, 101–03. [Some interesting comments on the Frick Portrait (3–6), plus summaries of contributions.]
William Gilpin and Holbein's More.Moreana 95/96 (): 113–15. [Sum.: p.115.]
Cecily Heron. Royal Library. Windsor Castle.Moreana 113 (): 3.
Paintings: Portraits of Thomas More and His Family. See Iconography: Bibliographies
The Family of Sir Thomas More by Hans Holbein.Burlington Magazine 22 (/13): 43–44.
On Holbein and the More Family Portrait.Catalogue of the Pictures in the Collection of Lord St. Oswald at Nostell Priory. London: Constable, . 79–98. [Sullivan 1:131–32. Contains a description of the Rowland Locky copy of Holbein's portrait of More's family.]
The Famous Picture of Sir Thomas More.Notes and Queries CLXI (161 (): 195, 227–28. [Sullivan I:31 and 2:115–116. On the Nostell Priory Portrait.]
Holbein and Others in a Seventeenth Century Collection.Burlington Magazine 83 (): 279–82. [On the fate of Holbein's portrait of More's family.]
Holbein and Kratzer as Collaborators.Burlington Magazine 84 (): 132, 134–39 + 3 Plates. [Identifies Kratzer as the author of the inscriptions on the Holbein cartoon of More's family sent to Erasmus in Basel.]
Rowland Locky.Burlington Magazine 99 (): 13–16 + 1 plate. [On the painter of two copies (–) of More's family portrait made by Holbein (–27?).]
Unveiling of the More Family Portrait at Nostell Priory.Moreana 79/80 (): 111–16. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana79-80pages111-116.pdf
HolbeinsWandel der Geschlecterbeziehungen zu Beginn der Neuzeit. Ed. Heide Wunder and Christina Vanje. Frankfurt: SuhrKamp, . 69–96 + 5 Illustrations. [Sum.: Erika Michael #1022. Discusses the implications of aSchola Thomas Morivon .
School of Thomas Morein Holbein's Portrait of the Family of Thomas More.]
The More Family Portrait.Thomas More: The Saint and the Society. Ed. John McCarthy and Anthony Reynolds. Sydney: St. Thomas More Society, . 132–39. [Sum.: p.11–12. On More as a family man and on the various portraits of him and his family.]
Paintings: Portraits of Thomas More and His Family. See Iconography: Bibliographies
News from Australia,Thomas More Gazette no.13 ):9.
Fathers and Daughters in Holbein's Sketch of Thomas More's Family.Framing the Family: Narrative and Representation in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods. Ed. Rosalynn Voaden abd Diane Wolfthal. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 280. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, . 19–38.
Portrait and counter-Portrait in Holbein's the Family of Sir Thomas More.Art Bulletin [College Art Association, New York] 87:3 (): 484–507.
Non sum Oedipus, sed Morus: A Paper on the Portrait of Sir Thomas More and His Family.Moreana 168/169/170 (–): 12–67 + Separate Booklet of Illustrations I–XII. [Sum.: pp.12–13.]
What Holbein & Lockey Captured in The Family of Sir Thomas More: A FamilyMoreana 173 (): 103–116. Rev. version asfurnished for the full scope of human life.
The Un-Utopian Thomas More Family Portrait: An Icon of Morean Humanitas.Young Thomas More and the Arts of Liberty. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, . 160–75. [Sum.: pp. 103–104.]
Remarks on Some Pictures of Quintin Matsys and Holbein, in the Collection of the Earl of Radnor, at Longford Castle.Archaeologia 44 (): 435–58.
The Mystery of the Metsys Portrait.Erasmus in English 7 (): 18–21. [Sum. Virginia W. Callahan, Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 1 (): 2–3. Identifies the Hampton Court copy as the original of the Metsys studio, signed and sent by Erasmus to More.]
Quentin Metsys, Desiderius Erasmus, Pieter Gillis and Thomas More.Burlington Magazine 120 (): 716–25 + 3 plates.
George Hardinge's Imitation of More's Verse on Quentin Metsys' Double Portrait of Erasmus and Peter Giles. See Reprints, Translations, and Adaptations of More's Epigrams in the 16th and 17th Centuries
Thomas More on the Double Portrait of Erasmus and Pierre Gillis: Humanist Rhetoric or Renaissance Art Theory?Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Guelpherbytani: Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies: Wolfenbuttel, to . Ed. Stella P. Revard, Fidel Rädle, Mario A. Di Cesare. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 53. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, . 469–79. Online at http://www.archive.org/details/guelphactaconven00inteuoft [Geritz F011; Wentworth 236.]
Una teoría sobre el Retrato de un hombre desconocido de Quentin Massys. ¿Un posible retrato de Tomás Moro?Boletín del Museo e Instituto
Camón Aznar: Obra Social de la Caja de Ahorras de Zaragoza, Aragón y Rioja 80 (): 53–76. Online at http://www.ctv.es/USERS/tmore/Index2.htm English translation as
A Possible Portrait of Thomas More?: A Theory on Quentin Massys's[Scottish National Gallery] () Online at http://www.ctv.es/USERS/tmore/ This file is no longer available on the Internet but can be recovered from the Internet Wayback Machine at https://web.archive.org/web/20101214093926/http://www.ctv.es/USERS/tmore/ [Identifies Massys's Portrait of an Unknown Man in the Scottish National Gallery as a portrait of More.]Portrait of an Unknown Man.
Albert Dürer's Portrait of Sir Thomas More.Scribner's Magazine 51 (): 637–40. [Since identified as a picture of Lorenz Sterk.]
Le symbolisme de la colombe et du serpent (de Johann Froben à Raymond Joly).Moreana 1 (): 47–63. [On prudent simplicity in More's life and works as symbolised by the dove and the serpent (cf. Matt. 10:16). Occasioned by Raymond Joly's Medal of More (and Froben's Printing Emblem).]
Suavius olet: A Bronze Medal of Thomas More and Its Motto.Moreana 4 (): 39–43. [Geritz V054.]
St. Thomas More.The Venerabile 23 (–66): 348. [Sum.: F. Murray, Moreana 19/20 (): 100. A Note on two portraits ( and ) of More at the English College in Rome.]
The Abate Picinelli, Domenico Regi and Thomas More, A Postcript.Moreana 6 (): 43–50. [See also Trapp,
Thomas More et John Fisher.Moreana 15/16 (): 102. [On a mid-17th Century double portrait of More and Fisher in Brussels. See also E.E. Reynolds,
A Portrait of St. John Fisher,Moreana 4 (): 37. Both notes include B/W reproductions.]
Memorial to More in the Tower of London.Moreana 26 (): 4. Online at http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana26page4.pdf [On a statue of Thomas More in the Tower of London, dedicated in .]
A Note on John Donne. See John Donne and Thomas More.
George Gilbert and the More Fresco of .Moreana 42 (): 49–58 + Front Cover. [Geritz I099. On a painting of the execution of More, Fisher and Margaret Pole in the English College Chapel at Rome.]
Thomas More Iconography in the U.S.A.Moreana 51 (): 70–73.
Edmund Lodge on John and Thomas More ().Moreana 89 (): 93–96. [Sum.: p.110; Geritz I110.]
Thomas Mores Bild im Gartenhaus Goethes Zu Weimar.Thomas Morus Jahrbuch. Boventer, Herman, ed. Düsseldorf: Triltsch Verlag, . 30–32.*** [Cit.: M. Sandgathe Moreana 109 (): 57.]
Thomas More in Two Almanacs of Oxford.Moreana 111/112 (): 5–14. [Sum.: p. 197; Geritz F025. On the representation of More in Two Oxford Almanacs of and , and on the influence of George Vertue's engravings of More.]
Tracing the Connection Between Goethe and More.Moreana 109 (): 53–57. [See also article by G. Helmstaedter above.]
Thomas More and John Donne.See John Donne and Thomas More.
Thomas More Gazette 5 (): 13–18. [Geritz F106.]La Martyre de Sir Thomas Moreby Antoine Caron ().
See also Exhibitions.
Morusis a straw man for the Erasmian position. For Dolet's Life, see CE 1:395–96.]
happily gifted with literary talent, as he was unhappy in his unjust and unfortunate fate.See Emile Telle (below), pp.34–36.]
Étienne Dolet et Thomas More.Moreana 36 (): 33–38.
Dialogo ventesimo primo fra Tommaso Moro gran cancelliere d'Inghilterra e Gasparo Coligny di Sciatiglion ammiraglio di Francia.Dialoghi nel regno dè morti . . . Dell'abate Lorenzo Ignazio Thjulen. 48 v. in 6 fronts. Bologna: Tipografia Arcivescovile, –. Rpt. 48 v. in 12. fronts. Roma: P. Manna, –. [Worldcat OCLC 14220797 and 14220837; Gangale. Monograph.]
Moremainly serves as a
Yes manfor Southey's views.]
Colloquys with Sir Thomas More. I. At Lambeth Palace,+
Philosophers and Kings,and
An Evening with Peter Gilles.Moreana 63/2 (): 5–11 + 67/68 (): 5–13 + 73 ():49–58.
L'Utopie expliquée par Thomas More: Une lettre inédite de More à Machiavel.Moreana 41:159 (): 5–25. [Sum.: p.5. In a fictional letter to Machiavelli, the
authorexplains his ironic art of writing. Bénéton later developed this into a book The kingdom suffereth violence (), see below.]
L'Utopie expliquée par Thomas More() above.]
The Catholic Sage: Remarks on Southey's Sir Thomas More: Or, Colloquys on the Progress and Prospects of Society.Moreana 50:193/194 (2013): 131–149. [Sum.: pp.131–32.]
Philippe Bénéton's Hoax Uncovered.Moreana 51:195/96 (): 239–46. [In lieu of a review, Anne O'Donnell adds two more letters to Bénéton's fictional correspondence.]
For a play based on Anne Manning's novel, see Mona Mora, The Wisdom of Foolishness .
Anne Manning, –: The Household of Sir Thomas More.Moreana 62/2 (): 83–90.
Anne Manning and her Tomb.Moreana 67/68 (): 153–54.
Extracts from: Southwark record () . . . Story later reworked by author into a trilogy of novels: Two fortunate orphans, Alexander Tomlyn, A merry eternity.Abstract:
Relates the story of orphans Alexander and Margery Tomlyn, whose lives mingle with those of Thomas More and John Fisher.]
An orphaned boy and girl grow up in the company of John Fisher and Thomas More.]
collateral descendantof the saint.]
At Chelcheth, ,and
Gathering Clouds.Moreana 49 (): 5–14 + 53 (): 15–32. [Geritz I090. Chapters from an unpublished novel
Tudor Printerby E. E. Reynolds.]
villain.Winner of the Booker Prize in .]
An Explosion of Utopias.Moreana 38 (): 21–26 + 93. [Geritz I009. About Walker Percy's Love in the Ruins ().]
The Programmed Utopia of R. A. Lafferty's Past Master.Clockwork Worlds: Mechanized Environments in SF. Eds. Richard D. Erlich and Thomas P. Dunn. Westport, CT: Greenwood, . 105–113.
Walker Percy in the Wake of Thomas More.Moreana 123/24 (): 127–36.
R.A. Lafferty, Sir Thomas More, and the Problems of Utopia.Internet Review of Science Fiction. 5.7 (). http://www.irosf.com/q/zine/article/10456
Dis-Manteling More.Moreana 179/80 (): 165–93. [Sum.: pp.165–66. Criticizes the historical accuracy of Mantel's Wulf Hall.]
Twice Beheaded: R.A. Lafferty's Thomas More.Moreana 50:191/92 (2013): 273–83.
What Bolt Got Right and What Mantel Got Wrong. See A Man For All Seasons.
Fictional Remembrances of Sir Thomas More: Part I — The Sixteenth Century. See More and Tudor Drama (excluding Shakespeare).
[Funerum Liber XXVI–XXX.]Tome IV - Funerum liber et Siluarum liber, édition critique établie et annotée, traduction par Roland Guillot.  in Jean Second: Oeuvres complètes. Édition critique établie et annotée par Roland Guillot. Textes de la Renaissance, 97, 99, 125, 155, 134. 5 vols. Paris: Honoré Champion puis Garnier, –. Text reprinted in Paupe, Élodie.
Jean Second et ses poèmes sur l'exécution de Thomas More.pp.81–85. [Worldcat OCLC 762601205, and Élodie Paupe 2013, below in Studies.]
A Heroic Poem on the Death of Sir Thomas More—By D. Erasmus of Rotterdam.University of Texas Studies in English 9 (): 69–81. [Wentworth 123. Wrong attribution: actually by Iohannes Secundus. See note to CWE 86, which explains how this false attribution actually arose, in Poems and Epigrams from the 16th to the 19th Centuries.]
[Laßt uns des Morus entsetzlich Shicksal und Tod nun beweinen.]Erasmus Roterodamus. Freiburg im Bresgau: E. Burda, . 340–43. [Worldcat OCLC 8696883. A German translation of Secundus' Naenia attributed to Erasmus. See Moreana 29 (): 80.]
Poems about Thomas More. See Poems and Epigrams from the 16th to the 19th Centuries.
Note sur l'epitaphe de Thomas More par Jean Second.Moreana 39 (): 84. [Sullivan S2:17.]
Rouwklacht van Janus Secundus (–) voor Thomas More, .Maatstaf (Tijdschrift) 43:6 (June ): 71–77.
Moreana 185/86 (): 47–68. [Sum. pp.47–48.]Sed vatem canimus vates. Le supplice de Thomas More dans les Funera de Jean Second.
Jean Second et ses poèmes sur l'exécution de Thomas More: une lecture entre éloge et blâme.Masters Diss. Université de Neuchâtel, . Online at http://www.academia.edu/5261730/.
Thomae Mori Constantia.Jacobi Balde e Societate Jesu Lyricorum Libri IV / Epodon Liber Unus. Monachi [München], Apud heredes Cornelii Leyserii, . 5–6. Online at HathiTrust. [Pepin 1988: 63n5; Worldcat OCLC 318401675; Gibson 181* (1660). Many later editions, see Worldcat, Hathitrust, etc.]
Thomae Mori Constantia.Jacobi Balde e Societate Jesu Lyricorum Libri IV / Epodon Liber Unus. Coloniae Ubiorum, Apud Jodocum Kalkovium, . 5–6. Online at HathiTrust. [Worldcat OCLC 801316114; Gibson 181*(1660).With a second titlepage copyrighted 1646, see next item.]
Thomae Mori Constantia.Jacobi Balde e Societate Iesu Poematum tom. I–IV. 4 vols. Coloniae Ubiorum [Köln]: apud Joannem Busaeum, . I:8–9. [Worldcat OCLC 68850967; Gibson 181*.]
Thomae Mori Constantia.Trans. James J. Mertz. Catholic Lawyer 6 (): 258–59. Rpt. in
Thomae Mori Constantia (): In Memory of James Mertz, S. J.Moreana 90 (): 89–92. [Sullivan 1:43–44. A seventeenth-century epigram about More's death: Latin text and English translation. Moreana reprint also includes an introduction and a German translation.]
Thomae Mori Constantia.Jesuit Latin Poets of the 17th and 18th Centuries: An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry. Selected and Paraphrased by James J. Mertz, S.J.; Edited and Annotated by John P. Murphy, S.J., in Collaboration with Josef IJsewijn. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, . 100–103.
Thomae Mori Constantia de Jacobus Balde, S. J. ().Moreana 94 (): 75–78. [French and Breton translations of Balde's epigram about More.]
Thomae Mori Constantia: A Rare Edition.Moreana 98/99 (): 61–64. [Includes Latin text with a new English translation.]
Remarkable Epigram on Chancellor More.Gentleman's Magazine XLIX (): 26. [Sullivan 1:2. On Nicholas Bourbon's hostile 1540 invective against More. See Chamber's Thomas More pp.51–52.]
Un Poemetto Inedito del Secolo XVI in Onore di San Tommaso Moro.Aevum (.–): 225–252. [Gibson 229 (by Zanobio Ceffino); Sullivan 1:175 and 179.]
On St. Thomas More, an Epitaph of Uncertain Origin.Renaissance News 15 (): 1–2. [Geritz I064; Wentworth 116.]
TheHuntington Library Quarterly 26 (): 147–54. [Geritz I107 (and I041); Wentworth 126.]Man For All SeasonsAgain: Robert Whittington's Verses to Sir Thomas More.
John Constable's Poems to Thomas More.Philological Quarterly 42 (): 525–31. [Geritz I106; Wentworth 125.]
Apology.Moreana 4 (): 47. [On the martyrdom of
saintly Fisher, and unbending More.Ecclesiastical Sonnets 26 ().]
More, Buchanan and Florence Wilson.Moreana 7 (): 106–108. [Geritz I007; Sullivan S2:10. On three epigrams on More's resignation and death, published in 1532, 1540, 1541.]
John Owen on Thomas More.Moreana 7 (): 104–105.
The Abate Picinelli, Domenico Regi and Thomas More, A Postcript. Iconography.
Poems about Thomas More.Moreana 12 (): 87–89. [Geritz I068. On some epigrams by Iohannes Secundus () and a sonnet by Faustina degli Azzi ().]
Poèmes du XVIe Siècle à la mémoire de Thomas More et Jean Fisher.Moreana 41 (): 93–99. [Geritz I016; Sullivan S2:17. Latin epigrams (with French translations) by Nicholas Grudius, Jean Latomus, Jean Vital, Jacques Exerichus and others.]
Some Reflections on theMoreana 42 (): 33–38. [Geritz E001.]Visionattributed to Thomas More.
A Seventeenth-CenturyMoreana 37 (): 5–14 + 41 (): 10. [Geritz E005.]Visionby Thomas More.
John Owen (–) on Thomas More.Moreana 50 (): 73–77. Online http://www.thomasmorestudies.org/moreana/Moreana150pages73-77.pdf [Geritz I070; cf. Gibson 447. See also Howard Baker, Moreana 30 () 38, and Clarence Miller, Moreana 54 (): 97 + 100, n.7. See also Sullivan's and Doyle's and articles.]
Further Comments onMoreana 54 (): 5–9. [Geritz E004.]Thomas More's Vision.
Thomas More and the Epigrams of John Owen: A Reference and an Analog.Moreana 67/68 (): 39–41. [Geritz I033.]
Dame Gertrude More, O.S.B.Moreana 67/68 (): 122. [English text and French translation of first 10 lines of a 24 line poem in A Lover's Confessions.]
The Hair and Beard of Thomas More: With Special Reference to the Play Sir Thomas More and an Epigram by John Owen. See The Book of Sir Thomas More
Spicilegium Moreanum.Moreana 74 (): 77–92. [A number of 16th century Latin epigrams about More with French Translations.]
Jean Bouchet's Epitaphs for Thomas More and John Fisher, .Moreana 85 (): 45–55. [Geritz I019; Wentworth 102; cf. Gibson 204.]
doubtfulattribution. Note also discusses Janus Secundus's Naenia, which was wrongly attributed to Erasmus.]
For other Poems about More in Moreana (–)
(including earlier periods), see the Sections
Poemata in the Index Volumes: 81: 53–54 + 120: 45.
The Chancellor's Jest.G.K.'s Weekly (edited by G. K. Chesterton) : 23–24. Rpt. in G.K.'s Weekly: A Sampler. Ed. with an intro. L. W. Dorsett. Chicago: Loyola UP, . 469–70. [Sullivan 2:259.]
Saint Thomas More to Margaret.Mint by Night. New York: America Press, . 8. [Sullivan 1:50, which quotes the poem.]
Ballad of St. Thomas More.America 64 (): 552. [Sullivan 1:119–20, which quotes the poem.]
Morus.Moreana 15/16 (): 314.
Sermon on St. Thomas More.Moreana 19/20 (): 148.
Sir Thomas More.Notebook, 1967–68. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, . 41. Online at http://tudorhistory.org/poetry/exmore.html [Sullivan S2:88.]
Moreana 21 (): 18.To Chelsea's Strand I Fly: To a Dignitary who Spoke Contemptuously of a Saint.
Echos de Louvain.Moreana 31/32 (): 295–96. [A Latin epigram.]
Moreana in the Poetry of Robert Lowell.Moreana 51 (): 148–52. [Geritz I125. See also Franz Link below.]
Sir Thomas More: Three Poems.Sixteenth Century Journal 8:2 (): 5–7.
Sir Thomas More (Moabiter Sonette, LXV).Moreana 91/92 (): 153–56. [Includes Facsimile, German text, and French, Italian, and English translations. See also Unterweg's review of Herbrüggen's edition of Haushofer's play Thomas Morus in Other Plays about More.]
Paterfamilias.Moreana 20:79/80 (): 43–44. [Reprinted from The Love Letters of Phyllis McGinley, New York: Viking, ().]
Moreana 101/102 (): 87–92. [Sum.: p.91; Geritz I017. On Francis Thompson'sDear Jester in the Courts of God: Francis Thompson's Tribute to St. Thomas More.
Ode to the English Martyrs(). See also
The Last Prayer of Francis Thompson,Moreana 63/2 (): 100.]
Madrigal for Margaret Retrieving the Head of Sir Thomas More.Poetry Series 10. Quarterly Review of Literature 30 (): sec. C, p.56.
An English Martyr, Tower of London, .Moreana 113 (): 88 + 89–90.
A Hymn to Fisher and More.St. Thomas More Gazette 4 : 24.
Praying to Saint Thomas More.Praying with Saint Thomas More. Angers: Éditions Moreana, . 82–87.
Robert Lowells Thomas-More-Gedicht.Thomas More . . . and More: Freundesgabe für / Liber Amicorum for Hubertus Schulte Herbrüggen. Edited by Christoph M. Peters and Friedrich-K. Unterweg. Frankfort am Main; New York: Peter Lang, . 137–148. [Sum.: pp.426–27; Gerhard Helmstaedter Moreana 156 (): 112–13. See also Zapatka's article.]