Thomas More: Saint or Stubborn

A Man for All Seasons is a play by Robert Bolt. The play was set in the 1530s and it was based on real events which took place in the history of England. A Man for all Seasons’ protagonist is Sir Thomas More. He is dedicated to the Catholic Church and he is also a friend of Henry VIII, the king.

The play demonstrates the King to realize that his wife, the Queen, cannot give birt... read more

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The Submission of the English Clergy During the Reign of King Henry VIII

Henry, a younger son of King Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, was born on 28 June 1491. Many people know that Henry VIII was the king, who married six times, sent two of his wives to a scaffold, divorced three of them and one of them became his widow; nevertheless, Henry VIII is the king who reformed the Church of England and changed the course of British and European history forever. The... read more

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All Men Are Created Equal, Are They Not?

Racism denotes a set of prejudices, based on the belief that people of one certain race are smarter, stronger, more talented, simply better. Racism has been there for a long time and it still remains an important issue even nowadays. The very base of racism is xenophobia – the fear of people who are in any way different than us, and the saddest thing is that it is mostly children who are aff... read more

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