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

Philippa Gregory
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Spring 1535 Summary

Mary is summoned back to court, and is to return without William or their child. Anne is pregnant again and is lonely and frightened, needing another friend at court besides George. She is no longer the king's favorite, nor the family's favorite. Uncle Howard is now holding family meetings with the Sheltons instead of the Boleyns. Five men have been imprisoned for disloyalty to the king, and the city is in an "uneasy" mood. Henry knows his power is limitless and no longer has any stabilizing forces around him. Mary is going to be allowed to see her children at Hever and have her pension restored.

William and the baby accompany Mary to court in spite of the queen's orders, traveling on a royal barge that was sent for them. Mary notices that the people are no longer supportive of royalty as they were when Katherine was...

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