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The Other Boleyn Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Spring 1531 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Spring 1531 Summary

King Henry takes control of the church and declares himself the supreme head of the Church of England. Anne is concerned about Queen Katherine's confessor, Bishop Fisher, who still visits her daily. Anne feels they are plotting and will speak against her, and that people will listen. Three nights later the bishopf alls ill, and three men at his dinner table die from poisoned soup that the Bishop had chosen not to eat. Mary is fairly certain that her father and sister are guilty of this, given Anne's hatred of Fisher.

The king and queen dine in front of the people of the city, Henry now hopes that they would feel sorry for him for being stuck with an older woman.

Queen Katherine asks Mary if she would warn her if her life were in danger from poison. Katherine feeds her dog a bite of her food...

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