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A True Story of Sir Thomas More
(1891). 31 More himself denied these allegations: Stories of a similar nature were current even in More's lifetime and he denied them forcefully. "Writings on Religion and the Church, Vol. 42 His decision to resign was caused by the decision of the convocation of the English Church, which was under intense royal threat, on the day before. He thereafter avoided any hint of criticism of Church authority. Where are you, you bad boy?" "Here!" roared Tom, "in the red cow's mouth!".
If for More scatology normally expresses a communal disapproval, for Luther, it expresses a deep personal rage." 87 Confronting Luther confirmed More's theological conservatism. Harrap and., 1925 More Cresacre The Life of Sir Thomas More. When he was about twenty, he toyed with the idea of becoming a monk, fasting every Friday, sleeping on the ground with only a log as pillow. Parliament's reinstatement of the charge of praemunire in 1529 had made it a crime to support in public or office the claim of any authority outside the realm (such as the Papacy) to have a legal jurisdiction superior to the King's. "Letter to Ulrich von Hutten". A man for all seasons. More's grandson commissioned a copy, of which two versions survive. In 1531, a year after More's father died, William Tyndale published An Answer unto Sir Thomas Mores Dialogue in response to Mores Dialogue Concerning Heresies.
He divorced his first wife (and his brother's widow Catherine of Aragon, the daughter of the King of Spain and married Anne Boleyn, without the blessing of the Pope. The steadfastness and courage with which More maintained his religious convictions, and his dignity during his imprisonment, trial, and execution, contributed much to More's posthumous reputation, particularly among Roman the Biography of Samuel Johnson Catholics. He was chosen, for example, by the London merchants to represent them on three major embassies to foreign countries. Pope Pius XI canonised More and Fisher on, and More's feast day was established as 9 July. Henry is married to a barren Catherine of Aragon and is desperate to produce a male heir. Chesterton, a Roman Catholic convert from the Church of England, predicted More "may come to be counted the greatest Englishman, or at least the greatest historical character in English history." 91 Hugh Trevor-Roper called More "the first great Englishman whom we feel that we know. His shoes were made of a mouse's skin, Tanned with the soft furry hair within. He loved playing cherry-stones with the big boys, and when he had lost all his own he would creep unbeknownst into the other players' pockets or bags, and make off with cherry-stones enough and galore to carry on the game! 39 However, he did not openly reject the King's actions and kept his opinions private. The Life and Letters of Sir Thomas More. The whole work is really an exercise of the imagination with much brilliant satire upon the world of More's own day.
With his gifts of intellectual genius and endearing wit plus his reputation for virtue, More was much sought after as a lawyer and diplomat. Once in the King's service, More commanded Henry viii's friendship and trust, serving primarily as his personal secretary, but with some administrative and diplomatic responsibilities. Yet as a loyal citizen, More considered it the "duty of every good man" to contribute to the service of his country.
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