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A Man for All Seasons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 6 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 6 Summary

Sir Thomas More is attempting to flag down a boat, but none will stop. Norfolk is there and More complains. Norfolk tells More that he is behaving like an idiot and he needs to think about how his friends are affected by his actions. More is dangerous to know. More tells Norfolk not to know him, but Norfolk is his friend. He tells More the King is using him in a policy against More. He tells Norfolk he must relieve himself of his friendship. Norfolk asks him to give in, but More cannot, just as he cannot change his eye color. Their friendship is deep, but his love for God is deeper, it is his inner self.

Norfolk cannot break the tie he feels to More. Thomas More picks a fight, but Norfolk tells him an artificial fight is not a fight. More keeps insulting...

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