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

Philippa Gregory
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Mary has chosen a different courtier to escort her to Hever, snubbing William Stafford. In the middle of her visit, she receives a note from her uncle saying that her brother George will arrive to bring her to court. She sadly prepares to leave early and say goodbye again to her children.

Instead of George, William Stafford arrives to take Mary to court. She is cold to him, and he does not know what he has done to change her attitude. They talk and he tells her he has been courting her only, and has been making preparations to marry her. Mary refuses because William is a nobody, and Mary cannot change who she is, but he invites her to be a nobody with him. She admits she cannot do things like make cheese and skin chickens.

Mary returns to Anne, who is having luxurious gowns made...

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