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Ackroyd, Peter. The Life of Thomas More. Folio, 2017.

Mantel, Hilary. Wolf Hall: A Novel. Picador, 2015.

McConica, James. "Thomas More as Humanist." The Cambridge Companion to Thomas More, edited by George M. Logan, Cambridge UP, 2011, pp. 22–45.

Meyer, G J. The Tudors: The Real Story of England's Most Notorious Dynasty. Bantam Dell, 2010.

Paul, Joanne. "Thomas More: Saint or Sinner?" History Extra, 26 Oct. 2016.

Smith, Stephen. For All Seasons: Selected Letters of Thomas More. Scepter, 2012.

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