Utopia Book 2, Conclusion Summary
- The narrative now returns to More's first person experience, and he thinks that many aspects of Utopia sound completely absurd, especially the fact that they all live communally.
- However, he sees that Raphael is exhausted and doesn't seem very good at taking criticism anyway, so he drops the issue for now.
- More ends by saying that there are some good things about the Utopian way of life, but is skeptical they'll ever appear in Europe.
- How's that for an ambiguous ending?