The Autobiography of Henry VIII: With Notes by His Fool, Will Somers: A Novel Setting & Symbolism

Margaret George
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St. Paul's Cathedral

Where Henry walks Katherine to be wed to Arthur.

Greenwich

Where Katherine gives birth to Mary and to the deformed daughter. It's also where Henry VIII was born.

The Priory of St. Lawrence

Where Henry Fitzhugh is born to Bessie Blount.

Hampton Court

The elaborate palace of Wolsey and the place Henry wherein often spends time.

Caiais

The city where Will lived while serving as an apprentice to a merchant and where Henry met King Francis of France.

Leicester Abbey

Where Wolsey dies.

The Tower

The place where prisoners are held, typically those who are awaiting execution. This is also where Anne spends the night prior to her coronation.

Syon Chapel

Where Henry's body lies in state and where the Hell Hound comes to lap up the blood that flowed from the coffin.

The Great Matter

The name given Henry's attempts to divorce Katherine.

Whitehall

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