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Literature-In-English Paper 2, May/June 2009  
Questions: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Main
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Weakness/Remedies
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Question 7

Discuss the notion that Sir Thomas More is naïve.

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Observation

Candidates are expected to point out the following:

(a) Sir Thomas More is the central character in the play.

(b) More fails to see the greed of Richard Rich.

(c) More fails to understand the King’s visit to his home that he must align himself and support the king.

(d) More demonstrates naivety in his discussion with Wolsey.

(e) He puts more trust in law to vindicate him.

(f) More is also evasive in his defence.  He is just, upright and virtuous..  He is a man of unshakable spiritual and religious conviction.  These qualities shaped his dealing with the world even at the expense of his life.

This question is not popular with the candidates, those that answered the  question merely the story narration.

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