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Ackroyd, Peter, The Life of Thomas More, Random House, 1999.

Ackroyd provides a balanced biography of Sir Thomas
More that successfully places the man in his historical
context and reveals the source of his moral
courage as well as his basic humanity.


Davies, Tony, Humanism, Routledge, 1997.

This work is an overview of the historical context of
Humanism from the Renaissance to modern times.

Hale, John, The Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance, Simon & Schuster, 1993.

Hale offers an historical account of the transformation
of Europe that occurred between 1450 and 1620
in art, literature, politics, and culture.

Knight, Margaret, Humanist Anthology from Confucius to Attenborough, Prometheus Books, 1995.

Knight's text is a compilation of short pieces, sometimes
excerpted from larger works, by well-known
humanists.

Kraye, Jill, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Humanism, Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Kraye's book is a compilation of scholarly articles
on aspects of Humanism, from rhetoric and philology...

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