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Utopia by Thomas Moore

Summary: Thomas Moore's Utopia puts forward many notions in Utopia, such as the Utopians belief in religious tolerance, the sharing of power and the evil of private property that contrasts enormously with the contemporaries of 16th century England.
The Utopia that More creates in his famous satire is his mirror, as well as the mirror of his society. More puts forward many notions in Utopia, such as the Utopians belief in religious tolerance, the sharing of power and the evil of private property that contrasts enormously with the contemporaries of 16th century England. Mores Utopia is a response to a specific historical time, which reflects on the many social, political and religious injustices of early 16th century England through means of satirical critique and contrast.

The most radical proposal in More's Utopia is the abolishment of private property. The Utopian way of life can be described in one word, that is, homogeneity. "There are fifty-four splendid big towns on the island, all with the same language, laws, customs, and institutions." Hythloday, the main narrator in Utopia describes all fifty-four cities by describing one, that...

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