The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 144 -158 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Pages 144 -158 Summary

Katherine is preparing to take part in a tableau of the ocean, with the king disguised as a sea knight. Anne is feeling quite queenly in her royal box. She is now dressed more fashionably, giving out favors to knights as other queens have done. The tableau, including the King dressed as a knight from Jerusalem, is before her, yards of fabric representing the ocean and the young ladies as mermaids or sirens. Katherine has let her costume fall from her shoulder; Anne plans to discuss modesty with her. Anne is extremely happy; she feels she can make a difference here and provide some stability to the nervous court who is used to tiptoeing around Henry. Handsome Thomas Culpepper gets knocked off his horse first, honored to fall in Anne's service.

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