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Katherine Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Six 1387 - 1396/Chapter Thirty Summary

Anya Seton
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Part Six 1387 - 1396/Chapter Thirty Summary

King Richard and Queen Anne are expected in Lincoln on March 16, 1387 on a goodwill tour through England. The king's popularity has been slipping.

John has been in Castile with Costanza, their daughter and his two daughters by Blanche for the last year. Katherine has been at Kettlethorpe six years, and the king has commanded her to Lincoln. She is sewing by the fire in her town house on Pottergate, putting gold stitches on the mantle she would wear to greet the king. Philippa, her sister, was sewing as well, and Hawise was in the kitchen. Katherine had given birth to her son John Beaufort in this house, and she had her older boys, John and Henry, in school in Lincoln.

Katherine is reviled by the citizens of Lincoln, who have looted her house, attacked her servants and beaten them...

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