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Utopia | Characters

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Thomas More The narrator of Utopia, the writer Thomas More appears as a character in his own book. Read More
Raphael Hythloday A traveler and a friend of Peter Giles, Raphael Hythloday describes the land of Utopia in detail. Read More
Peter Giles Peter Giles is a friend of More's (in real life and in the book as well). He meets More in Flanders and introduces him to the traveler Raphael Hythloday.
John Morton, Archbishop of Canterbury The actual Archbishop of Canterbury, John Morton appears in fictionalized form as the host of a dinner at which Hythloday is present.
General Utopus General Utopus is the fictional founder of Utopia. He separates Utopia from the mainland and establishes its laws and norms.
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