The Other Boleyn Girl - Study Guide Spring 1522 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Mary's father announces his intention to go to France and bring back Mary's sister, Anne, to serve in the queen's court. The family has plans for an arranged marriage for Anne. Mary dreads the possibility that Anne could surpass her by being placed into a better marriage, but she keeps a false smile on her face and is obedient. She reminds herself that her mother was a Howard, her father a Boleyn, and that being a Boleyn is no small matter, not to mention that she is married to William Carey who is high in the king's favor. Further, Mary is the favorite handmaiden of the queen and the youngest lady in waiting, so she feels certain her sister Anne cannot spoil things for her. She secretly hopes her sister will drown on her way to England, but simultaneously realizes that there would be no world for...

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