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Every person on this planet is unique in some way We all have ways to identify ourselves from the masses For some people its a talent that they possess for others they way they dress Some people define themselves by wealth and power whereas others tend to use their morals and or religious beliefs In A Man For All Seasons Robert Frost Sir Tomas More is just such a person Tomas More is the chancellor for King Henry VIII and is a very religious man Early in the play it becomes clear that the play will revolve around More and his morals We learn the king Henry VIII plans to divorce his brothers widow Queen Catherine because she will not bear him a son Things become complicated when Henry finds that the pope will not grant him a divorce Henry decides that he will divorce the church and start his own the Church of England where he can be the supreme leader a god on earth of sorts Sir Tomas More gets up at the crack of dawn every morning and prays He goes to church on a regular basis and he sometimes even skips whole days so he can just pray He is loyal to the Catholic Church almost fanatically Yet More is not just another bible thumping idiot who preaches to everyone Not only is he the chancellor to the king but also a well known lawyer author and nobleman He is obviously a very intelligent man but then why does he compromise the safety of his family by not swearing his allegiance to the king and recognizing him as the supreme power in the Church of England His morals and ethics dictate that he must stay true to the Catholic Church It is his belief that there can only be one god one supreme ruler and that is the Catholic god But really how moral is this What he
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