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The Other Boleyn Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Spring 1525 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Spring 1525 Summary

With the joyous news that the French army has been defeated at Pavia, the king falls all over Queen Katherine with love and appreciation for the status that he will gain, now that France is powerless. He gives her credit for the victory owing to her connection with her nephew, King Charles of Spain.

Henry's kingdom celebrates for days, and Cardinal Wolsey orders a special High Mass. The queen has now returned to her throne next to Henry, and he awaits a summons to Paris for his coronation as King of France.

However, King Charles chooses instead to go to Rome for his own coronation, and decides to release the captured king of France back to his people. Henry flies into a rage, furious that Katherine may have known of her nephew's plans, and furious that Katherine's own daughter, who was promised to King Charles, may be...

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