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The Other Boleyn Girl Setting & Symbolism

Philippa Gregory
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Objects/Places

Bagnio

A brothel; a house of prostitution.

Calais

English fort and palace, located in Calais, France, where the court visits for Anne's coronation.

Court in progress

The king's court traveled seasonally from manor to manor, with a large entourage of courtiers, equipment, horses and other necessities. A caravan of royal wagons, carts, animals, and servants would travel with the king's standard flying, as the common people watched them pass. They courtiers would occasionally stop on their journey and expect to be fed and lodged at the expense of whomever was blessed with their company.

Eltham

Eltham, England is the location of one of the palaces to which the court traveled to spend spring, and is the favorite of King Henry.

Greenwich

Greenwich, England is the location of one of the castles to which the court traveled to spend the winter. It is also home to the Trevelyans, whose...

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