The Other Boleyn Girl - Study Guide Spring 1532 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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George experiences firsthand the public's rejection of Anne when they are refused service at a restaurant. They leave and dine in a monastery, where the king is now an object of terror, given his claim to power over the country's entire religious system.

The women of the country feel that if the King of England can put his loyal wife aside because he wants a change, then no woman is safe in her marriage. The people are calling Anne a witch and a murderess, and are accusing her of supernaturally causing the queen's barrenness.

William Stafford suggests that if Mary wanted to marry a simple man with a little manor then she should do so before her sister's wedding. Mary flirts and says no one has asked her yet. William disappears for two weeks, telling Mary's uncle that he has gone to prepare for marriage.

George joins...

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