The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 354 - 372 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Pages 354 - 372 Summary

Anne is only twenty-five, but now possesses a huge fortune; her reputation is unstained, and she will not remarry. She is now "freed of the danger of privilege" and able to be herself. Anne is Princess Mary's only friend at court and Lady Elizabeth's only advocate, for whom she will be guardian and aunt.

Jane reports to her uncle that Katherine is not yet pregnant and Norfolk suggests they hire some "vigor" to help Katherine get pregnant. He suggests that the secret could be kept if Jane were the one protecting Katherine. He suggests that the donor be done away with when the deed is done to avoid any scandal.

Anne considers Katherine's friends vulgar, ostentatious and bad-mannered; the court has become lax and immoral. Katherine shared that she doesn't think Henry can give her a child, as he can barely...

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