The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 373 - 388 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Pages 373 - 388 Summary

Katherine and Culpepper are seeing one another regularly since the King is still in his room with doctors and advisers. They talk flirtatiously and admit they are in love; she agrees to meet him in the privy garden again.

Ambassador Harst tells Anne the King is distressed over his impending death and to whom to entrust prince Edward. The prince's family are Seymours and enemies of the Howards. There may be an uprising in the north, and the King suspects there are papists cooking up a rebellion against him. Anne is not necessarily safe, even though she practices in accordance with the King's church. If the King turns against reformers, she, as a Lutheran, may be in danger.

Katherine thinks if she is discreet with Culpepper, nobody will notice. Katherine is frustrated that the King has given her nothing for months...

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