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A Man for All Seasons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

The Duke of Norfolk and Cromwell are discussing More. Norfolk believes that as long as More is not speaking he should be left alone. Cromwell thinks that since More relayed the information about the resistance that he is against Spain. If More is against Spain, he must be with the King because there is no third alternative. Norfolk tells Cromwell that More is not a traitor. Cromwell thinks More just needs some pressure to make a declaration in support of the King. Norfolk thinks Cromwell should leave it alone, but the King does not agree.

Cromwell tells Norfolk of the bribe and calls the woman in to relay the story. Upon questioning, and tells him that Rich can corroborate. Norfolk remembers the evening More gave the cup to Rich. He was there and tells Cromwell that More got rid of the cup as soon as...

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