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A Man for All Seasons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 4 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 4 Summary

This scene is set in More's home in Chelsea. The home is shabbier than when it was last seen. Chapuys and his attendant arrive, but Alice wants them to leave before More comes downstairs. The attendant wraps Chapuys in a cloak and remarks about the cold. Chapuys remembers when the home was warm. The attendant tells Chapuys that this is what happens when the King is upset. More is a good man, but goodness can be a difficult choice. Chapuys tells his attendant that if More is against Cromwell, he must be with Spain. There is no third choice.

More enters and Chapuys offers a letter from the King. More will not take it. HE has not taken a stand in the matter. Chapuys tells him that his views are well known in England. More tells him the views are only guessed at and he...

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