Examines the ” problems ” of More and Cromwell and the changing nature of historical interpretation.
This change is due in part to shifting views on the nature of the Reformation itself.
** Your research should examine some aspect of this historical problem. Your analysis can focus on any one of the topics including religion, politics, law, social history, heresy, art history, cinema, and theater or popular culture.
** Double space, 12 points, Times New Roman, standard margins) Please give the essay a title and include it on the title page.
*** Citations and bibliography should use the University of Chicago style, which is standard for discipline history
** This paper should use a variety of sources: secondary, primary, and visual. In addition to your own research, your paper should begin from and utilize the following sources:
1) New Yorker writer, Joan Acocella’s Tudor Tales identifies the problem for modern readers:
2) Stephen Greenblatt reviews Wolf Hall in The New York Review of Books:
3) Richards Rex’s ” Thomas More and the Heretics: statemans or fanatic