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A Dialogue of Comfort Against Tribulation

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To express some of his inner thoughts while awaiting his execution in 1535 for refusing to betray his faith, More created this fictional dialogue between a 16th century Hungarian, Vincent, and Anthony, his dying uncle.
Paperback, 318 pages
Published December 31st 1998 by Scepter Publishers (first published 1534)
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Joseph R.
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After receiving a smart phone for Christmas, I decided to join the Kindle ranks and downloaded the Android Kindle app. Browsing around for free stuff to start with, I check what was available from Thomas More, a favorite author and saint. For the past two Lents I've read his The Sadness of Christ and have found it greatly edifying. Figuring the Dialogue would be similar, I was excited to start reading it in Lent after re-reading his other work.

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Inna Shpitzberg
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"The Dialogue of Comfort justifies its title; it overflows with kindliness and humour and the beautiful self-mockery of old age aware of its own garrulity and its own limitations. The 'merry tales' are here in abundance, the old medieval jokes about women, so stale in themselves yet, after all, so amusingly handled, and so touching when we remember the hard road which they are now helping the author to travel. In a slightly different vein the longer story of a false alarm in war ( ii. 12) is adm ...more
Steve
A must read for every Catholic. I don’t know why this book is not recommend reading for everyone when they come of age! I would place this book in the top 20 that every person should read. The wise council given by St. Thomas More would give comfort to many who are suffering through pain, temptation, and persecution. If one wants to know how we should give and receive comfort in times of tribulation, one need look no further than this book.
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This dude is my ancestor. I think I should read something of his.
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One of the best books I have ever read!
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Sir Thomas More also known as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, scholar, author, and statesman. During his life he gained a reputation as a leading Renaissance humanist, a violent opponent of the Reformation of Martin Luther, and a government official. For the last six years of his life he was Lord Chancellor.
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