The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 275 - 292 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Anne writes her agreement with the findings of the inquiry; she is at her lowest point. She is at beautiful Richmond Palace, which the King will give to her as part of the settlement, as well as the castle Hever, which once belonged to Anne Boleyn. She is bitter that they will all be friends; she cannot go home to her brother with the shame of having lost her position, so she will stay here on the King's generosity.

It took five days for the King to get rid of Anne so that he can marry young Katherine. Katherine is overwhelmed and not even sure if she is happy about being his "rose without a thorn." His marriage to Anne is annulled by the "voice of God," who apparently was making Henry impotent with Anne. Anne's letter to her brother is...

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