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November 06, 2005

Loyalty

Bolt, A Man for All Seasons -- Drama as Literature (EL 250)

More: "All right I will- this isn't "Reformation," this is war against the Church!...Our King, Norfolk, has declared war on the Pope-because the Pope will not declare that our Queen is not his wife."

The second half of this book made me mad. I really didnt enjoy the second half of this play as i did the beginning. I was expecting more, but i didnt.
I did however like how More stood up for his morals and did not give in like the rest of England. I think he was brave for doing what he did. He did not agree with the King on how he was trying to fight the Pope and the church. The King wanted the Pope and the church to agree with him on that the Queen was not his wife. Because More was the only one who disagreed with the King, they attacked him very cruely. The King was going through all this hassle just because he wanted a son. How stupid!

Posted by Denamarie at November 6, 2005 03:59 PM

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More refused to give Henry the legitimacy he needed.

Posted by: Kayla Sawyer at November 10, 2005 12:38 AM

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