Bring Up the Bodies Setting & Symbolism

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England

England is an island nation north and west of the European continent, often considered part of Europe. It is a kingdom ruled by King Henry VIII, and is the main setting for the novel.

London

London is the capital city of England, and home to King Henry VIII. For fear of disease, plague, and infection, Henry only stays in London in the cold months.

Whitehall

Whitehall is King Henry's childhood home, and where he hosts court. Much of the novel takes place at Whitehall.

Wolf Hall

Wolf Hall is the ancestral family home of the Seymour family. It is where King Henry, Thomas Cromwell, and the court visit and stay throughout much of the summer and autumn. It is at Wolf's Hall that Henry meets and begins to fall for Jane Seymour.

Kimbolton

Kimbolton is a town up country in England, where the Bedingfields have a castle...

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