Why does More present the Traveler as a Sensible Reformer early in Book I of Utopia, but not later?

In Sir Thomas More’s book Utopia, we encounter a world traveler named Raphael Hythloday. Raphael tells a few listeners about the island of Utopia, a place where everything seems perfect. Raphael says he returned to Europe to tell people about this amazing place. Raphael doesn’t care for riches or power and is therefore presented as … Continue reading Why does More present the Traveler as a Sensible Reformer early in Book I of Utopia, but not later?

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