The Other Boleyn Girl - Autumn 1531 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Autumn 1531 Summary

Anne returns to court and realizes the queen is finally "thrown down". The two sisters send the non-entity servants to Katherine's court, including some Seymours, keeping the best for Anne, as well as the ones who pose any threat to Anne, such as George's wife, Jane. Katherine receives ambassadors at her own court and is still loved by the people.

Anne acknowledges that it will not be over until either she dies or the queen dies. Anne is being seen by the English people as the one who destroyed the queen's happiness and they are shouting out against her. A trip into the city proves to be terrifying when a mob of 8,000 approaches, threatening to hang Anne. She flees on her boat, hiding in her furs. The king's standard is removed and sinks into the water.

The feeling of unease surrounding the absence of the queen at...

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