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A Man for All Seasons - Study Guide Act 1, Section 2 Summary & Analysis

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More leaves the Chancellor’s office and heads outside. He has a brief interaction with Cromwell before Cromwell goes into the Chancellor’s office himself. Signor Chapuys, the Spanish Ambassador to England, presses More for details about his meeting with the Chancellor. When More is vague about their discussion, Chapuys believes More must be in disagreement with Wolsey’s opinions. Chapuys tells More that the divorce would be detrimental to the relations between Spain and England, as Catherine is the king of Spain’s aunt. He also disguises his concern to be one of religious fervor, saying that marriage is a sacred sacrament in the Catholic Church. Chapuys believes More is his ally, so he leaves. More then gets on the ferry and goes home.

When More arrives, he sees Margaret and her boyfriend Roper, a Lutheran, are together at a late hour. More is congenial about...

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