The Boleyn Inheritance - Pages 494 - End Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Jane laughs and skips trying to be appear crazy. Parliament has passed an act of attainder against Katherine and Jane for treason and conspiracy; they are guilty without a trial. The King's doctor comes to visit her, but she knows that if he knew how to recognize madness the King would have been locked up long ago. She looks out delighted to see the workmen building Katherine's scaffold; she still thinks she will be sent away to her family to grow sane again; she plans to dance and sing and talk to clouds for a while and return to sanity when the new King is on the throne.

Katherine waits for the royal barge to arrive and grant her a pardon. She dresses in black and Tudor green and wants to look good. Her uncle arrives to take her...

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