The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 389 - 399 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 389 - 399 Summary

Anne contemplates the King's madness and how he was once so admired and such a pillar of leadership, but has now turned into a terrifying monster. He has committed such terrible crimes himself, such as murdering thousands of innocent priests and killing people accused of heresy based on information they are too ignorant to give properly to their interrogators.

Jane has had to do very little to encourage the affair between Queen Katherine and Thomas Culpepper. The King throws the two together; he loves Culpepper and likes having him next to him, with the three of them a "merry trio." Katherine and Thomas play cards and dance together. Norfolk tells Jane that Culpepper raped a woman and killed her husband, but was pardoned by the King for both.

Anne learns that Henry has executed 70-year old Margaret Pole, and again realizes...

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