More's Conclusion Notes from Utopia

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Utopia More's Conclusion

Although More is curious about many things that Raphael had mentioned, and does not agree with everything that has been said, he can see that Raphael is tired. He says he'll think about what Raphael has said and will examine it all more closely some other time. More has found many things about the Utopians peculiar, and ends the book with a wider view of the possibilities of government, though he still holds out little hope of change.

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