The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 102 - 115 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Pages 102 - 115 Summary

Katherine realizes that her new suitors are much superior to Francis Dereham. She feels the King's stares and knows her uncle is watching her every move. Katherine pretends to truly enjoy the king's favorite music and makes sure the King notices this.

The King wants Jane to elicit a false confession from Anne that she was formerly betrothed in Cleves by a contract for which she brought no termination papers. This would make the king unable, in good conscience, to marry her. Uncle Howard wants her to get Anne to say this was true, and says the king would be grateful and would hold them both in high favor. Jane asks if Anne could be accused of treason, an accusation that ends in beheading. But England needs Cleves to brace itself against Spain and France, so there will be no treason...

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