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

Philippa Gregory
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Summer 1527 Summary

Mary, while at Hever, admits to enjoying being free from her own constant tally between herself and her sister. Mary is very involved with her children and the purity of life at Hever.

Mary receives triumphant letter from her sister telling her that Anne will be married to the king, sealed by witnesses and a ring, and that Henry will be free to marry within the month when Cardinal Wolsey is acting Pope.

However, Mary's husband William arrives with other news. The queen's covert message to her nephew telling him what the king was trying to do to her actually did reach him, and was not intercepted. Cardinal Wolsey will not be allowed to be the Pope's deputy and none of the cardinals will support him. The Pope and King Charles of Spain are now allies, and England is once again at war with Spain. Queen Katherine...

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