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The Other Boleyn Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Spring 1527 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Spring 1527 Summary

A French envoy is at court because England is now forming an alliance with France, and little Princess Mary is to be married to either King Francis of France or to his son. Mary's uncle and father decide that Anne must return to court, as the king wants her. Mary is angry and feels that Anne will ruin her chances with the king. When Anne returns, she makes it very clear she intends to marry the king.

Anne resumes her star-status at court and continues to flirt with King Henry. The French representatives are entertained by a tennis tournament (in which Henry breaks his foot) and a masque dance.

Cardinal Wolsey has arranged a secret court at Westminster to covertly try the case of the king's marriage. The king himself is on trial, accused of a sinful marriage that took place because the Pope approved it. Theologians...

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