Sir Thomas never denied this, but since he refused the oath, they assume that he is denying the King his title. This is just a basic overview of what happened in A Man for All Seasons. Over the course of the play, the characters the Common Man plays become more and more guilt-ridden.
She is in love with Will Roper, who she eventually marries. However, we learn in the epilogue that he receives his comeuppance; Cromwell is charged with treason and executed, just like his rival Sir Thomas More.
Copy to Clipboard. King Henry needed an heir to his throne, so he wanted a son. Then, Chapuys comes to visit Sir Thomas. When More can no longer pay his servants a living wage, the Common Man must find work elsewhere.