Martz, Sterling Professor Emeritus of English at Yale University---a well-known Renaissance scholar and the chairman of the St. (He was also co-editor of the Yale Dialogue of Comfort, one of the works considered in my thesis.) In his external report, he praised certain parts of my thesis in the highest terms.
In the Yale Edition, Frank Manley provides a detailed analysis (but not outline) of "The Argument of the Book," in CW 12, lxxxvi--cxvii.
The Summary of A Dialogue Concerning Heresies gives a very detailed account of the dialogue structure of More's most important work dealing with the English Reformation---really an epitom or digest rather than a summary.
He eventually left the Church altogether, immersing himself in the study of world religions, holistic medicine, music, art, and psychotherapy.
He writes, “forty years later, I feel more religious and even more Catholic than ever before, although you would see few external signs of it” (p. Instead of following the precepts of one belief system, Moore draws elements from many spiritual traditions.