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

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Cromwell tells Norfolk he plans to use the silver cup bribe against More. Norfolk, though, knows More did not know the cup was a bribe. He tries to tell Cromwell going after More is a bad idea, but Cromwell does not listen. He brings in Rich and the woman who gave More the cup. As the two dignitaries listen to the testimonies, Norfolk remembers he was there the night Rich received the cup, and it was shortly after the woman gave it to More. Cromwell then says he will find new evidence against More. He tries to convince Norfolk to work with him; since Norfolk is More’s friend, it will look like a fair case instead of a witch hunt. Norfolk refuses and leaves the room.

Chapuys arrives at More’s home and notices how bare it looks. He goes inside and delivers a letter from...

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