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

Philippa Gregory
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Christmas 1529 Summary

Queen Katherine is to be honored as queen at court for Christmas time, and Anne is not to be seen. Since it is customary for the people of the city to watch the royal court dine, Henry wants to give them the impression that he is only choosing Anne for the good of England, not for his personal desires.

Mary and her brother George are having a visit in her rooms, talking of their fantasies-his of having his own castle and being a crusader, hers of owning a hop field, apple orchard, and sheep. She puts George's head on her lap while they rest on the bed, and they both fall to sleep. Mary awakens and sees George's wife, Jane Parker, slip into the room and look at them; she feels that Jane has drawn some bad conclusion about Mary's relationship with her brother, which would be...

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