Utopia by Thomas More: Summary & Analysis

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Which occupation did Sir Thomas More not practice?

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1. Why did Raphael Hythloday not seek to serve a monarch in Sir Thomas More's Utopia?

2. In Book One of Utopia, which statement is NOT covered?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Thomas More's Utopia is an important literary work of 16th Century Britain. This assessment will test you on some basic information on the work and its author. The quiz questions will test you on things such as the characters in the work and the philosophical references found in the work.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet will test you on:

  • Thomas More's occupation
  • Characters and their actions
  • Statements covered in Utopia
  • Topics mentioned in Utopia
  • The type of thought practiced by Utopians

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - make sure you can accurately recall information on the literary features of Utopia and facts about Thomas More's life
  • Reading comprehension - test your understanding of the characters and themes found within Utopia,and what philosophical views they relate to
  • Knowledge application - apply your knowledge of Thomas More's Utopia to answer questions on the plot and philosophical principles found in the work

Additional Learning

To learn more about Utopia, review the corresponding lesson called Utopia by Thomas More: Summary & Analysis. This lesson covers the following topics:

  • Sir Thomas More
  • Book one
  • Book two
  • Themes and analysis
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