The Autobiography of Henry VIII: With Notes by His Fool, Will Somers: A Novel - Chapters XIV through XXVII Summary & Analysis

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Chapters XIV through XXVII Summary

Henry and Katherine are crowned on Midsummer's Day at Westminster Abbey. Henry takes the ceremony seriously, vowing to do everything he can for his country. A month later, Katherine is pregnant. The relationship between England and France is tenuous and Henry one day receives word that a French messenger is waiting to see him. The messenger has a letter for Henry from King Louis, a reply to a letter purportedly written by Henry begging for peace between the two countries. Henry, having not written any such letter but realizing that someone had forged his name, is outraged. He looks around at his council, trying to figure out who did the deed and soon realizes the reason his father didn't assign a man into the role "Protector." He is actually continuing to rule from the grave through several...

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