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In recent times the 1535 trial of Thomas More has been taken seriously as a carefully prepared and executed judicial process. The contributions in this book disagree with this consensus assembling surviving testimonies to the trial for a re-examination.
The book concludes with an edition and translation of the pertinent documents of the trial. An appendix gives a dramatic reconstruction of the trial in light of the above analyses.