Bring Up the Bodies - Part Two Summary & Analysis

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Part Two Summary

Part Two, 2 - Lady Elizabeth Worcester comes to see Cromwell. She is pregnant, and Anne is spreading rumors that the baby is not her husband's. She desires to go to the country. She also reveals that Anne's doors are often closed, and what goes on behind them is not exactly known.

Saint George's Day arrives. England celebrates the day. Cromwell and others deliberate on the predicament of Anne. Some think that if she enters the religious life, the marriage could be easily annulled because the marriage would simply be dissolved. Everyone is searching for a way to annul the marriage quickly and painlessly. They arrive at the conclusion that without a pre-contract, the marriage is not sound or legal. If Anne was married to Harry Percy, the marriage to Henry would simply be finished, and Henry could select a new wife...

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