Three Early Modern Utopias: Thomas More: "Utopia"/Francis Bacon: "New Atlantis"/Henry Neville: The "Isle of Pines" (Oxford World’s Classics)

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Three Early Modern Utopias: Thomas More: 'Utopia'/Francis Bacon: 'New Atlantis'/Henry Neville: The 'Isle of Pines' (Oxford World’s Classics)

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  1. Sinopsis interesante todavia no he terminado de leerlo , buen libro para leer en ingles , y ademas gratuito, buena iniciativa de


  2. Utopia Kindle Editionby Thomas MoreA thoroughly interesting read by Thomas More.Another classic to keep on your kindle or bookshelf.


  3. The author describes an imaginary ideal society It is located on an island and everything is perfect He describes the daily life It is a true Utopia It is the basis of many political and philosophical currents that developed later So its historical value.


  4. There is an introduction to the work which gives some background information on the author s life which is indeed helpful The work is transcribed so I would think it s open to interpretation as the transcriber would be the one to decide what the author meant in the writing It was originally written in Latin I find that being written in the time of Henry VIII, it presents a powerful case for treason but this was not explored In the essay or story the author opens up the work as meeting a person, [...]


  5. My review is strictly based on the quality of this print It isn t worth 7 bucks Paragraphs are not indented, though there is a double space between The print isn t any better a quality than a person printing an ebook at home Which is really all this is, to be honest I have seen religious readings of comparable or better quality that are given out free by religious groups Just know before you order what to expect.


  6. This kind of classics are not always easy to read, but thankfully the English translation I read was not difficult to read at all Thomas More wrote Utopia originally in Latin back in 1516, and in it he reveals some both very interesting and puzzling ideas on what the ideal society would look like I can t say I agree with everything he said, but every aspect of the Utopian society is well elaborated and shows exactly how things would work for the inhabitants of Utopia The beginning of Utopia read [...]


  7. This was simply a reading of Thomas More s classic Utopia, which around More s time caused quite a stir in the literary and political worlds Today it remains an important part of English literature and makes thought provoking comments on political and societal structures I m currently undertaking a personal goal of re introducing myself to the classics I read in high school college, only now I have the time needed to properly ingest and appreciate them at my leisure.Douglas McDonald beautifully [...]


  8. Thomas More lived from 1477 to 1535 He was convicted of treason and beheaded in 1535 for refusing to accept King Henry VIII as head of the Church of England Utopia, written in Latin, was published in 1516 It was translated to English by Ralph Robinson in 1551 The translation by Clarence Miller was published by Yale University Press in 2001 This review is based on the Miller translation The text of Utopia is in two books Book 1 was written after Book 2 It is in Book 2 that the society of the plac [...]


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