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The Other Boleyn Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Summer 1529 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Summer 1529 Summary

While the court is in session, Mary decides to go to Hever to be with her children. Anne reminds her that Mary's boy, Henry, belongs to her. She threatens to have the king order Mary away from her children, but Mary threatens that if Anne does that, she will hang herself in Anne's new palace and curse it forever.

Mary says goodbye to Queen Katherine, both of them knowing that she will probably not be there when Mary returns in the fall. The understanding queen says she knew Mary would betray her, and set up the messenger deliberately in front of Mary to throw off the king's men. Although the queen knows she will probably have to step down, she insists that Henry is currently just dazzled and ill-advised, and will eventually come to his senses.

Mary enjoys her children at Hever, and her brother George joins...

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