IN "A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS"Rich claims that "every man has his price"Was this Boll's central theme in his play about Sir Thomas More?
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Corruption was definitely one of the major themes of "A Man For all Seasons." We see examples of "every man having his price" in Richard Rich's rise, as he is willing to do anything to gain the position he desires. Rich perjurs himself and bribes Cromwell for the position he desires. Richard sacrificed his honor and integrity for wealth and status.
A Man for All Seasons