Utopia (1516) by Thomas More presents an imaginary New World island of Utopia to the readers. It envisions a compact, self-sustaining community set on an island on which people share a way of life. The book offers an earnest portrayal of a choicer way of life and is a satire on the tumultuous European politics during More’s times. It introduces three characters−Thomas More, Peter Giles, and Raphael Hythloday. More and his friend, Giles, interrogate an unruly traveler named Raphael Hythloday, who gives details about Utopia to them. He explains the characteristics of Utopia, such as its geography, its various social structures like family, marriage, education, religion, and politics, acquainting them with life on the island.