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

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Chapters XLII through LVI Summary

Henry physically separates from Katherine and orders her moved to Ampthill some forty miles from London. Meanwhile, Anne continues to refuse to go to his bed and confides that the people do not like her and that she's had at least one threat on her life from a mob of angry women. More resigns his position, saying Henry doesn't need anyone in his service who can't fully embrace his policies. Henry says that he and his daughter, Mary, become estranged as she berates Henry's treatment of her mother and the church. The Archbishop dies and Henry appoints Thomas Cranmer.

Henry travels to France again, this time taking Anne with him. She is not received but does finally give in to Henry's demands for sex. He tells her that he plans to elevate her to Marquess of Pembroke...

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