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The Other Boleyn Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Spring 1526 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Spring 1526 Summary

Mary is miserable in her pregnancy, in pain and fatigued. There is an assumption that Mary's fatigue is due to her carrying a boy child, but in any case, she would much rather be at home in Hever. Anne is back in court and has taken over Mary's duties as lady-in-waiting to the queen, and is helping Mary with her discomforts.

Anne has now been directed by the family to keep the king's attention on Mary, or in the alternative, flirt with the king herself. Since Anne is a natural flirt, she does this very well.

George appears at their room and announces that the king wants to invite Anne to his bed, but he was told she would have to be married first.

While Mary is confined to a dark room to await the baby's birth, Anne is beginning to make it clear that she is...

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