The Other Boleyn Girl - Autumn 1532 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Autumn 1532 Summary

Anne, as Marquess of Pembroke, is now as good as queen. George and Mary realize they will both be overlooked for the rest of their lives; Mary seems to be comforted by the thought that she will be a nobody forever.

Anne has decided to go to the king's bed and wait no longer to consummate the relationship. George knocks on her door and she allows him into the room, while half naked. She seductively makes him lace her up, and enjoys his touch, wanting him to say that in front of Mary that she is the most desirable. George tells her she belongs in a "bagnio" (brothel), but she suggests that if she should want her brother in that way, he would have to comply.

Thomas More resigns from the king's service upon learning that the clergy has given in to the king. More has kept...

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