The Other Boleyn Girl - Summer 1534 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Summer 1534 Summary

Mary is pregnant, and knows that this will be the undoing of herself and her husband, William. They spent their best summer with the children in Hever. She returns to a more mature court, of men writing poetry to the queen, and a subtle air of corruption.

When Mary tells Anne she is married and pregnant, Anne hits her hard, in a rage. Anne is furious that Mary is pregnant and has married beneath her rank. She banishes Mary from court and tells her she will never see her children again, that they will be told she is dead. She is warned not to approach the king.

Mary leaves with William, no one daring to speak to her but her brother George, who admits to William that the family's focus has been on things other than Mary's happiness. George seems fearful of Mary's departure. Mary is concerned...

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