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

Philippa Gregory
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Summer 1535 Summary

Mary and George help prepare Anne to go to Henry's bed. The reader learns that Henry is often impotent. Mary leaves George and Anne lying on the bed together.

William tells Mary that the king has now ordered Bishop Fisher, Katherine's close adviser, to the tower. William is worried that, if the king is able to arbitrarily make laws in his own favor and the Pope cannot intervene, then many people are in grave danger. Mary remains optimistic that Fisher will just spend some prison time and will be released. She feels the king and Thomas More are just temporarily disagreeing over the marriage issue, but that it will be resolved because they love each other and are such good friends. But Henry does send More and Fisher to trial for his opinion that Katherine had been truly married to him. Neither man would agree that Henry...

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