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The Other Boleyn Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Spring 1524 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Spring 1524 Summary

Anne has been miserable at Hever, under the watch of Grandmother Boleyn, whose manners are coarse and who makes Anne walk in the rain every day to keep her skin youthful. Mary has, perhaps, enjoyed having Anne out of the way, and sends her letters to keep her informed about her own pregnancy and happiness. Henry Percy has been wed against his will to Mary Talbot, and Mary tells Anne she heard that Henry wept at his promise.

Mary is seven months pregnant and her narrative seems to be softening. She feels protective of her baby, and feels a strong kindness and sympathy for Queen Katherine.

George is set to be married, albeit unwillingly, to Jane Parker, whom he and Anne feel is poisonous. Anne is allowed to come from Hever just for the wedding. She is not allowed to stay for the feast, but comes early...

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