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A Man for All Seasons - Study Guide Act 1, Section 4 Summary & Analysis

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Alice, Margaret, and Norfolk have all been expecting Henry’s arrival. However, More is nowhere to be found. When he arrives from the vespers service, Norfolk scolds him and tells him to change into more formal attire. It doesn’t matter, though, because Henry arrives and insists his visit be treated casually. Margaret and Henry begin speaking in Latin, but Henry quits because he realizes her Latin is better than his. He also tries to wrestle with Norfolk. Later, he discusses a book which More helped him write.

More and Henry leave the room to be alone. Henry tries to bring up the divorce, but More insists he cannot agree with it. More also reminds Henry he promised not to discuss the matter or to press More to change his mind. Henry tells More the divorce must take place in order to produce an heir and everyone...

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