A Man For All Seasons (A man Cannot Serve Two Masters)
Neither Thomas More or the Common Man are able to serve two masters
In the play A Man for All Seasons by Roger Bolt, The Spanish Ambassador Chapuys says to Steward, a role played by the common man, "No man can serve two masters…"(Bolt, 24). Within the play this statement is proven true for all the characters, especially for The Common Man and Sir
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A Man For All Seasons by Robert Bolt the characters in focus, The Common Man serve's but one master himself. And Sir Thomas More who attempt to serve two masters is unable and in the end when he chooses to serve his King keep his life and lose his soul, or serve his God keep his soul and lose his life. He chooses God. This play clearly shows that, no man can serve two masters.