A Man for All Seasons is the story of Thomas More, Chancellor to King Henry VIII of England. The story, written as a production for the stage, charts More's refusal to support Henry's attempt to divorce his wife, Katherine of Aragon, and the conflicting emotions this produced in his contemporaries. More occasions admiration, frustration, rage, and love in those around him before eventually paying the price for his principled stance.

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