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The Other Boleyn Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Spring 1536 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Spring 1536 Summary

When Anne asks Uncle Howard to arrange to get rid of Jane Seymour, he tells her that if she can arrange for George to get the Order of the Garter he will stand by her. She is now, again, in deference to her uncle. George is overlooked for the garter award.

Mary's uncle warns her to get her son, Henry, and take him from his tutors, away from court. Apparently the men who hang about in Anne's chambers are in trouble with the king, and young Henry is living at school with their sons. William quickly leaves to fetch young Henry, knowing that Howard would not have issued this warning unless it was very serious.

Anne is surround now only by immediate family. The king is in hearings with Howard, Secretary Cromwell, and the Duke of Suffolk. Anne guesses that they are going to try her for...

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