The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 293 - 314 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Pages 293 - 314 Summary

Katherine and Henry are married before a bishop; the King did not dress up, and Katherine had no crown. He has given her jewels, but Katherine is disappointed over the lack of pomp and formality. At her wedding breakfast, the conversation was about the beheading of Thomas Cromwell. As the group talks politics, she feels like a well-behaved granddaughter.

The King's marriage is not public knowledge. Katherine is clearly a silly child without the ability to be a real Queen, but the King does not want an intelligent or moral wife; just one he can impregnate.

The King visits Anne for dinner at Richmond; she is afraid he is going to admit he made a mistake. She likes her new life and being in control of her own activities, a single woman with income. He gives her the news that he...

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