A Man for All Seasons Setting & Symbolism

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Hampton Court

Hampton Court is where King Henry’s subjects work. The characters meet here frequently.

More’s House

More’s house is a significant distance away from Hampton Court. The only way to arrive is by boat.

The Tower of London

The Tower of London is where prisoners are kept. More is held there after he is charged with treason.

Thames River

The Thames River connected More’s house to Hampton Court. Henry rides down the Thames to visit More at his house.

The Silver Cup

More received the silver cup as a bribe, though he didn't realize it at the time. He gave it to Rich when he realized what it was. Cromwell tried to use it to indict More.

A Defense of the Seven Sacraments

King Henry wrote this book with More’s help. Cromwell tries to use More’s help as a way to...

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