Over the centuries, biographers of Thomas More have always praised him and made him an example for their own times. He was a man for all seasons. This Tudor prelate and Lord Chancellor of England shared human qualities identifiable in all agespride, love, ambition, generosity, hypocrisy, and greed. He was less than common because he was witty and a great storytellerthe best between Chaucer and Shakespeare. Truly, he was a Renaissance man with the contradictions such praise imposes on a towering figure. In Richard Marius's authoritative and engaging portrait, Sir Thomas More, the martyr and brilliant public figure, is a lesson for our season.
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About the Author
Richard Marius was a historian, novelist, playwright, and a member of the Harvard faculty.