The Boleyn Inheritance - 400 - 413 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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400 - 413 Summary

The King is back in court, not recovered, but no longer in his bed. He has rages and, perhaps, dementia. Henry treats Katherine like a "lapdog," and she pretends devotion to him. He embarrasses her with open sexual overtures, but she dutifully allows it. Jane tells Thomas that Katherine cries with lust for him, and that she has to calm her down at night. She suggests he come to the Queen's chambers after she has left the King's bed and she will let him in. Jane secretly looks on as Thomas and Katherine share intimacy. She tells Norfolk the next morning that the deed is done and Katherine is besotted.

Henry wants Anne to go on progress to the northern lands. He is going there to punish those who disagree with his new religion. Anne tries to weigh the dangers of going; Norfolk...

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