Conflict in A Man for All Seasons
In England, during the Renaissance, Henry XIII wants to divorce his
wife, Catharine of Arigon. To look good in-front of his people, Henry asks Sir
Thomas More, a well respected lawyer and citizen, to support the divorce.
This presents Sir Thomas More with an inner conflict. In Robert Bolt's play,
A Man for All Seasons, Thomas More resists pressures exerted by Henry
XIII through Thomas Cromwell, The Duke of Norfolk, and Alice More.
These pressures involve Thomas More in a battle of will, in which he faces a
moral dilemma. Thomas Cromwell, More's clever enemy, pressures Thomas
- A conflict between male authority and female resistance.
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- Conflict in A Man for All Seasons
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