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The Other Boleyn Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Winter 1535 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Winter 1535 Summary

George sends a letter to Mary telling her that matters have gone sour for Anne. The king is torn between Madge Shelton and Jane Seymour, and no longer responds well to Anne's temper tantrums but now just avoids her. Anne is angry that the family is putting another Howard girl in front of the king. George thinks Anne misses Mary, but is envious of Mary finding love while Anne is in the greatest court in Europe, frightened and unhappy. He tells her that this court would corrupt a saint. George is still sadly in love with his friend, Sir Weston, and feels the only thing that will help anything is if Anne becomes pregnant again.

Mary gives birth to a daughter during the snowy winter. William is happy, Mary is deeply comfortable and feels blessed.

Winter 1535 Analysis

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