The Other Boleyn Girl - Autumn 1535 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Autumn 1535 Summary

Mary receives a letter from Anne telling her of Anne and Henry's visit to Jane Seymour's house. She describes Jane's play for the king, and informs Mary that she is again pregnant. She asks Mary to meet her in Windsor to be with her for the birth. No one but Anne, Mary, and George know of the pregnancy.

Mary prays for a healthy boy for Anne, knowing that Anne might cross the line into insanity if anything bad happens to this child.

Mary's adolescent daughter, Catherine, asks to go to court with Mary. Mary is worried, and had hoped to spare her daughter that life, but feels it is time to let her go with her. She makes Catherine promise to tell her everything and do as she is told.

Autumn 1535 Analysis

Anne's description of Jane Seymour sounds like Jane is the kind of woman that Henry...

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