A Man For All Seasons - More vs. Rich
English Essay - A Man For All Seasons
Comparing Thomas More vs. Richard Rich
In his preface to the play, Bolt calls More "a hero of selfhood." More refuses to
sacrifice his self, which he defines by his moral conscience, even as he sacrifices his life.
Robert Bolt tries to represent his characters in the form of symbolism turns out to
be a major force driving the action of the play. Characters are motivated by More's
reputation as a moral man, not by More's individual characteristics. Perhaps, in fact,
More stands for being perceived as a saint or a moral man. Throughout the play,…
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