Who wrote the book 'Utopia'?
The book Utopia was written by Sir Thomas More (AKA Saint Thomas More) in 1516.
The book Thomas More wrote about utopia...is called "Utopia". It was published in 1516.
he wrote a book utopia
im to full of it
Utopia was written by Sir Thomas More in 1516, who coined the word. It was taken from the greek word U for no and the Greek word for where. So Utopia means Nowhere. He intended to write something funnier than the book In Praise of Folly by Erasmus. Thomas Moore Sir Tomas More wrote a book entitled Utopia. It was taken from the greek word U for no and the Greek word for where. So… Read More
He wrote the famous book, UTOPIA. About the imaginary world. It was one of his greatest achievements.
He wrote the book Utopia which was the idea of a society of intellectuals, and his ideas caught on.
Sir Thomas More (1478 - 1535) wrote Utopia
Thomas Moore wrote the novel Utopia in 1516.
yes Thomas More wrote utopia
Utopia - book - was created in 1516.
Utopia - book - has 134 pages.
The ISBN of Utopia - book - is 978-1-907727-28-3.
Sir Thomas More in his book Utopia in 1516
to me, i thought the message of this book The Giver was not always utopia is good for everything... when we think of the utopia,, we always think that utopia's like a heaven or something.... so i thought that the message of this book was to know that not always utopia is goo..gd
Yes, 'Utopia' was written by Sir Thomas More.
Thomas More, the author of the Utopia, narrates both Book 1 and 2. More also uses the character of Raphael, a traveller who finds the island of Utopia, to describe the city.
Sir Thomas More (1478 - 1535), the ill-fated Lord Chancellor of Henry VIII (1491 - 1547), wrote the book "Utopia" in 1516.
Plato wrote The Republic. Thomas Moore wrote Utopia.
Sir Thomas More wrote the following books: Utopia, A Merry Jest, Letter to Brixius, A Dialogue Concerning Heresies, Apology, and The Answer to a Poisoned Book.
The book titled Utopia by Thomas Moore is about Heaven. It is a Christian based novel which talks about the truth of the Heaven that is within the Holy Bible.
the answer is i dont know
I'd probably guess that there is no such thing as a non-fictional utopia so I'd say the answer is yes. But then again, I'm not always right. The reason I think the answer is yes, is because in the real world there is no such thing as a utopia. A utopia by definition is a perfect place. So far, reality has no perfect place. Wherever you look, you are bound to find something wrong. However… Read More
in the book they astablished a flase utopia where everything is giving
Utopia is by Thomas More. The Verso version has 224 pages. The Digireads version is 92 pages.
Thomas More's most important writing would have to be the book Utopia. During Book 1 (the first half) of Utopia, More is recording the discourse by "The Extraordinary Raphael Hythloday," a man recently returned from a country called Utopia. Throughout the first book, he comments mainly on different political happenings and beliefs in England, while also referring and comparing the ideas to those of Utopia. Book 2 is the complete recollection of Hythloday's stay in… Read More
Sir Thomas More's 1516 work had the Latin title Libellus vere aureus, nec minus salutaris quam festivus, de optimo rei publicae statu deque nova insula Utopia, which translates roughly into "A Truly Golden Little Book, No Less Beneficial Than Entertaining, of the Best State of a Republic, and of the New Island Utopia".
Plato wrote The Republic (Πολιτεία) around 380 BCE.
A utopia is a perfect world or society. A great example of a fantasy world that tries to be a utopia is in the book ''The Giver'' by Lois Lowry.
a utopia is a happy place or a dreamland. the opposite of uptopia is dystopia. that means a nightmare. an example would be Narnia (the film/book)
To create a "Perfect World" or Utopia
i think one book is The Giver by Lois Lowry
He didn't invent anything. He wrote a book titled 'Utopia', published in 1515. The word became used in English to mean a perfect place, where all needs are met and there is not trouble, strife or wars.
Utopia is the made-up name of a fictitious place, an ideal society written about in a book by Sir Thomas More in 1516. There is no reason why it would be any word other than "Utopia" in any language.
It was about a mythical and called Utopia, and how the people lived there. It was about what the people ate, what their customs and laws were, etc... However, it was a very difficult book to read, and I would only recommend it to my enemies. :P :D
Who Wrote This Book was written by James Magee.
Catholic Answer Saint Thomas More wrote Utopia. from Modern Catholic Dictionary by John A. Hardon, S.J. Doubleday & Co., Inc. Garden City, NY 1980 Utopia. Any imaginary state who inhabitants live under perfect circumstances; ideal commonwealths described by Plato, Bacon, and St. Thomas More in his book Utopia; in an invidious sense, any visionary reform without consideration of man's human weaknesses and defects.
Jewel C. Latimore, "Utopia"
He was a saint. he wrote utopia. lord chancellor of england for henry the VIII
Utopia was written by Sir Thomas More in 1516, who coined the word. It was taken from the greek word U for no and the Greek word for where. So Utopia means Nowhere. He intended to write something funnier than the book In Praise of Folly by Erasmus.
Of or belonging to an ideal society. The name comes from the title of Thomas More's sixteenth-century book Utopia, in which he described his vision of an ideal society. The word "Utopia" means "nowhere".
i think you mean " who wrote the book street child?" not "how wrote the book street child?"
he suffered the same as the girl
Since 1516, when the book "Utopia" was first published.
the person who wrote this book was Maurice Gee. He wrote this book in New Zealand in the year 1982.
A book that you wrote about yourself is an autobiography. A book that you wrote about someone else is a biography.
Madonna wrote the book.
Plato wrote the book 'republic'
who wrote the book of lamentations