A Man for All Seasons

A Man for All Seasons

A Play of Sir Thomas Moore

Book - 1963
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This series presents a wide choice of 20th-century drama. The books offer scene-by-scene analysis, structured questions and assignment suggestions for GCSE. This play portrays Sir Thomas More as a hero of selfhood, contrasting this with the assertion that every man has his price.
Publisher: Oxford, Oxon. ; Melbourne : Heinemann, 1963.
ISBN: 9780435221003


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Dec 09, 2010

It's a great analytical play based on the true events that plagued Thomas More, the Chancellor to King Henry VIII. It follows his uprising in the kings favour, but also shows his demise as he struggles to retain his integrity despite the pressures put upon him. Metalanguage plays a key role. Still on the VCE English exam as per 2009.

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