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Utopia

Utopia

  

by Thomas More

Utopia: Quotes (What Was Said) Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Utopia? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Who said, "Don't get angry, good Friar, for it is written, In your patience possess ye your souls"?


King Utopus
Hythloday
The Fool
The Lawyer
Q. Who said, "Pride would not deign even to be made a goddess if there were no wretches for her to sneer at and domineer over"?


Hythloday
Cardinal Morton
Peter Giles
The Friar
Q. Who said "Then you're off the mark, for his sailing has not been like that of Palinurus, but more that of Ulysses, or rather of Plato"?


Thomas More
Peter Giles
The Lawyer
The Fool
Q. Who said "Hold your tongue, for you won't be finished in a few words if this is the way you start"?


Cardinal Morton
Hythloday
Thomas More
The Lawyer
Q. Who said, "I freely confess that in the Utopian commonwealth there are many features that in our own societies I would like rather than expect to see"?


Hythloday
Peter Giles
The Friar
Thomas More
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