The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 177 - 201 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Pages 177 - 201 Summary

Jane, haunted by ghosts of George and Anne, hurries to meet the Duke to tell him that Anne has not been intimate with the king yet, because he is impotent. Jane remembers Norfolk asking her if she were jealous of Anne Boleyn, and that she would save George's life if she spoke against Anne.

The King is looking for a way to annul his marriage to Anne and the Duke is trying to cook up some trouble, even suggesting perhaps Jane is at fault. Jane says maybe Anne's brother would defend her if she is accused, but the Duke thinks not, and says Anne's brother has now secured a friendship with France.

Pages 177 - 201 Analysis

Jane is lost in melancholy in Hampton court, feeling remorse for the past. She seems obsessed with the memories of George and Anne and rehashes the...

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