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The Queen's Fool Chapter Summary & Analysis - Autumn and Winter 1553 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Autumn and Winter 1553 Summary

Lord Dudley had been involved in the plot to install Lady Jane on the throne and as such was sent to prison in the Tower. Hannah was no longer bound to him by service and contemplated returning home. Hannah was in no rush to marry Daniel, and Mary was happy to pay her wages, so Hannah remained at Mary's court indefinitely. Hannah cared deeply for Mary and was happy to remain. Lady Elizabeth was also present at court, although her relationship with Mary was not as sincere. Elizabeth had her own plans for inheriting the throne and would go to almost any lengths to inherit early. In addition, they differed in religion. Their Father, Henry, had ruled a Catholic kingdom, but his son, Edward had converted England to Protestantism. Mary had reverted the kingdom back to Catholicism, but Elizabeth believed in the Protestant...

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