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

Philippa Gregory
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Winter 1532 Summary

Anne and Henry are living as queen and king although, as yet, unmarried.

William Stafford has returned to his home to oversee the farm. Mary is lonely without Anne in her room, and with William gone. Anne becomes pregnant, and Henry is very attentive to her.

Henry legislates a new law so that they can be legally married, under new English law in the new English church. They are married by Cardinal Cramner in a secret ceremony. While Anne and Henry are getting married, Mary and George cover for them so that the court does not know what is happening in the king's chamber. Mary sits in Anne's chair and even tries on her dressing gown.

Winter 1532 Analysis

Anne's pregnancy makes Henry feel vindicated for his behavior. His "adaptable conscience" confirms to him that God has lifted the curse against him for marrying his brother's wife, and...

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