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English 4, Unit 2: Utopia and DystopiaSir Thomas More’s UtopiaStudy GuideDirections: As you read, complete each question below. Type your answers in the appropriate spaces provided.1. In Book I, who is the narrator? What point of view is this?2. More and Giles strike up a conversation with someone. Who is this? What does he do? Why are they interested in him?3. More and Giles believe Hythloday would make a great advisor to a king. Does Hythloday agree with this? Why or why not?4. Hythloday’s concern about kings and advisors points out a problem with European society. What is this problem?5. The author Sir Thomas More has created the fictional character Sir Thomas More within the first narrative frame. Do you think it is wise to see both the real person and the character as one? Why or why not?6. According to Hythloday, what are some other problems with European society?
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