The Constant Princess - Granada Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Granada Summary

In 1491, Catalina, who will become known to the world as Katherine, is traveling with her parents on the battlefield. They are fighting for Christianity. Catalina notes that when they take over Granada there is a promise that the conquering Spaniards will allow religious freedom, but that the promise is soon broken with many becoming fatalities of the Spanish Inquisition. Catalina describes the palace at Granada but focuses on a beautiful garden. She says that she is taken with the place and that she never wants to leave it, but at fifteen she is sent to England to marry Arthur, Prince of Wales.

Granada Analysis

Catalina is the daughter of Isabella of Spain and King Ferdinand. She and her sisters are taken onto the battlefield with her parents in their quest for Christendom. When the camp catches fire and is totally destroyed, Isabella rules...

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