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A Man for All Seasons

Summary: Historical Content behind the movie "A Man for All Seasons"
A Man for All Seasons

The movie A Man for All Seasons is about the divorce and remarry of King Henry VII. It is in taken from the other side, showing Sir Thomas More's view on the divorce and how the king reacts to this. In 1509, King Henry VII married his brother's widow, Catherine of Aragon from Spain. This marriage was made to form a more solid alliance between Spain and England. The Pope completed a dispensation to okay the marriage. For sixteen years, King Henry VII and Catherine tried to produce a male heir to the throne. Unluckily, Henry and Catherine had no success in their efforts to produce a male heir. Catherine did bear male children, but they were unhealthy sons that were either stillborn or died shortly after birth. The King grew tired of trying to produce a male heir to the...

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