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A Concordance to the Utopia of St. Thomas More and a Frequency Word List (Alpha-Omega)

by Thomas More

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Published by Lubrecht & Cramer Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • More, Thomas,
  • 1478-1535.,
  • Concordances,
  • More, Thomas,,
  • Sir, Saint,,
  • Utopia

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9046856M
    ISBN 103487065142
    ISBN 109783487065144

    Thomas More's Utopia, the book that gave us the word for a perfect society in the first place, contains a large number of somewhat wacky descriptions of how the Utopians live — and a lot of them.   The idea for the book called Utopia. Like all ideas for books it was born and had its whole life span in the mind of an author. Like all such ideas it ceased to be when the printed book Utopia became a black-on-white reality. Although there is no accurate record of its birth date, it seems to have been born in the mind of Sir Thomas More.

    Sir Thomas More (). Sir Thomas More (the so-called man for all seasons) was Lord Chancellor of England from to He was one of the most cruel Inquisitors in history ranking right up there with Torquemada, Philip II, Bloody Mary, Judge Jeffreys etc., etc. Ladislaus Joseph Bolchazy Lou Bolchazy combined the gifts of foresight, business acumen, and a deep determination to broaden the appeal and of classics to the ge ne ral public and to publish modern teaching texts and materials for the classrooms of the twenty-first century.. His industry, devotion to the literature of classical antiquity and of modern Slovakia earned him awards and.

    The word utopia first appeared in Thomas More's (–) book of the same name, published in More coined the term by combining the Greek words for "not" (ou) and "place" (topos), thus creating a word that meant "nowhere." This name captured the essence of More's endeavor. The ending of Utopia is famously ambiguous, and also, a bit anti-climactic. So don't worry if you finished the book with a bit of a huh? For centuries, people have found the ending frustrating because after reading pages (and pages and pages) of all this info on Utopia, we never get much of a sense of what our narrator and author, Thomas More, thinks of it all. All he says is that some things.


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A Concordance to the Utopia of St. Thomas More and a Frequency Word List (Alpha-Omega) by Thomas More Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Concordance to the Utopia of St. Thomas More and a Frequency Word List (Alpha-Omega) by Saint More, Thomas, Sir (Author) ISBN Author: Ladislaus J. Bolchazy, Gregory Gichan, Frederick Theobald, More, Thomas, Sir, Saint. Genre/Form: Concordances Konkordanz: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bolchazy, Ladislaus J.

Concordance to the Utopia of St. Thomas More and a frequency word list. A Concordance to the Utopia of St. Thomas More and a Frequency Word List. Alpha-Omega, Reihe B, Indizes, Konkordanzen, statistische studien zur mittelateinischen Philologie, 2.

Hildesheim: G. Olms, [Geritz R; Wentworth # A concordance of the Latin text. cation contains both: a concordance and a new kind of index verborum to the Utopia of St. Thomas More. This concordance and index verborum are intended.

A Concordance to the Utopia of St. Thomas More and a Frequency Word List. Alpha-Omega, Reihe B, Indizes, Konkordanzen, statistische studien zur mittelateinischen Philologie, 2.

Hildesheim: G. Olms, [Rev.: W. Wooden, Computers and the Humanities 17 (): A concordance of the Latin text keyed (page/line number) to the Yale Edition.]. Citizen Thomas More and His Utopia (Princeton, ); A Concordance to the Utopia of St.

Thomas More and a Frequency Word List, ed. Ladislaus J. Bolchazy in collaboration with Gregory Gichan and Frederick Theobald (Hildesheim, ); Die Utopie und das Heilige zum Beispiel Thomas Morus. Hermann Boventer. 9 of Bensberger Protokolle (Bensberg. Automatically recoded from OTA text noa text of uncertain provenance but apparently that used for a concordance to the Utopia of St.

Thomas More and a frequency word list by Ladislaus J. Bolchazy, in collaboration with Gregory Gichan and. A Concordance to the Utopia of St. Thomas More and a Frequency Word List. Alpha-Omega, Reihe B, Indizes, Konkordanzen, statistische studien zur mittelateinischen Philologie, 2.

Hildesheim: G. Olms, [Geritz R; Wentworth # A concordance of the Latin text of the Yale Edition.] Review(s). By Warren W. Wooden This concordance to the original Latin text of Thomas More's Utopia, based on the standard critical text found in the R.S.

Sytvester-J.H. Hexter edition of Utopia in the Yale Edition of the Complete Works of St. Thomas More (), boasts a complete and comprehensive listing of every word in More's book, with each word keyed to the Yale text by both page and line number.

PUBLICATIONS: A Concordance to the Utopia of St. Thomas More and a Frequency List in collaboration with Gregory Gichan & Frederick Theobald (Hildesheim: Olms, ); “From Xenophobia to Altruism. Homeric and Roman Hospitality,” AncW 1 () ; “Hospitality in Early Rome,” Anthropos 74 () ; Concordantia in Ausonium with.

Your welcome AuroraB, also I would like to point out that Dr John Boyle also pointed out the meaning of the places in More’s novel: “Some of the names [of places] used in Utopia are famously indicative of this [humor] Utopia is a Greek neologism for ‘nowhere’, the principal city of the island is Amaurot, which means “foggy or phantom”, the principal river is the Anider, which.

Edition: A Public Domain Book. Publication & Context. Thomas More’s UTOPIA was written in Latin and consists of two parts. The second part, which describes the place “Nusquama” meaning “Nowhere” (as More called it in some of his letters), was written towards the end of The first part was written after the second part – early.

Note: The characters of More, Giles, and Morton all correspond in biographical background to actual historical people, Sir Thomas More (author of Utopia), the Humanist thinker Peter Giles, and former Chancellor of England Cardinal John fictional characters of the book, however, should not be considered to be direct translations of these historic personalities to the page.

Sir Thomas More educational material resource center for teachers and scholars. Online library of More’s complete works, scholarship on Thomas More, and historical and biographical information, concordances, artwork, photos, images and lesson plans relating to the life of Thomas More, author of Utopia.

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Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. A summary of Part X (Section10) in Sir Thomas More's Utopia. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Utopia and what it means.

Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. The Yale Edition of the Works of St. Thomas More: Selected Works.

(also called Selected Works of St. Thomas More.) New Haven: Yale UP. – Selected Letters. Elizabeth F. Rogers. Utopia. Edward Surtz. The History of King Richard III and Selections from the English and Latin Poems.

Richard S. Sylvester. Sir Thomas More was a well-known Renaissance humanist, lawyer, author, philosopher and statesman, who lived from to and is particularly revered among Roman Catholics for his views on religion.

More was born in London and studied at the elite y’s School and then went on to study at the University of Oxford. A Concordance to the Utopia of St. Thomas More and a Frequency Word List by Thomas More, Ladislaus J. Bolchazy (Editor), Frederick Theobald See All from $.

Utopia study guide contains a biography of Sir Thomas More, literature essays, a complete e-text, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.The Rise Of Humanism In Thomas More's Utopia Words | 4 Pages.

one can see that the author of the book Utopia, Thomas More is a humanist. Thomas More, through his book, shows the readers a multitude of examples of humanism throughout his civilization, that can be closely related to events that were happening during this time period.Summary.

Book 1 of Utopia is subtitled "First Book of the Discussion Which the Exceptional Man Raphael Hythloday Held Concerning the Best State of a Commonwealth, by Way of the Illustrious Man Thomas More, Citizen and Undersheriff of the Glorious City of London in Britain."This subtitle provides a clear overview of the events within the section.

Book 1 is narrated by a fictionalized version of.