The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 116 - Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Pages 116 - Summary

Anne is now Queen of England, sitting at the right hand of Henry. Count Overstein is agitated about the missing betrothal release document and seems perturbed at Anne's brother. If the document is not produced in three months, the Cleves men will be held as hostages with an uncertain future. The King and Queen go to the marriage chamber. The new Queen is undressed to her underwear in front of the whole court, and the two go to bed.

Pages 116 - Analysis

Katherine, thinking only of herself as always, takes this wedding lightly that is so wrapped in turmoil and secrets. The solemn ceremony is tainted by the knowledge of Henry's dishonest dealings with his past wives and his decisions to have two of them beheaded.

Anne is taking her new position in stride and seems, from her own writing, to...

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