In Robert Bolt’s play, “A Man for All Seasons,” Sir Thomas More urges a restless underling to become a fine teacher. “And if I was, who would know it?” asks the ambitious young man.

Sir Thomas More answers: “You, your pupils, your friends, God. Not a bad public, that.”

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