The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 431 - 452 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Pages 431 - 452 Summary

Katherine is not pregnant, so it was good she had not told Thomas. Katherine is figuring out that Anne Boleyn's fate was due to adultery more than treason and questions why Jane would help her with these dangerous meetings with Culpeper.

Katherine is again taking stock of what she has: no friends, no lovers, no family, no husband, no confessor, and the archbishop, who has become her inquisitor. She was taken from dancing with her ladies and locked up, but was thinking it was a game, but it is about Francis Dereham. She is taking the position that it was only a flirtation and this is all gossip, but the slurs against her must be resolved. She is becoming uncomfortable with being confined and knows things are not good. Cramner tells her that they know she had a relationship with Dereham...

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