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Katherine Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Six/Thirty-One Summary

Anya Seton
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Part Six/Thirty-One Summary

Kettlethorpe is preparing for their annual celebration of St. Catherine's day, wherein they honor Katherine with a feast, dancing, speeches and gifts. She is tired and depressed, worried about disease among her sheep. Janet Swynford, her son Tom's wife, was coming for a visit with their year-old twins, but Katherine does not approve of how they are being raised. Her daughter Joan, now sixteen, is already a widow, having been briefly married to a knight at Leicester Castle, where her son, Henry is married to Mary deBohun. Countess Mary died, and her husband died, and Joan was forced to return to Kettlethorpe. Joan is in love with Neville of Raby, but the Nevilles do not marry bastards, so a match between them is impossible.

Katherine has never accepted Blanchette's death, and still has mass held for her on the anniversary of her disappearance...

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