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The Queen's Fool Chapter Summary & Analysis - Autumn 1555 - Spring 1556 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Autumn 1555 - Spring 1556 Summary

In the Autumn of 1555, the royal court relocated to Greenwich. Greenwich held many happy memories for the queen, but they were displaced by her current rage. When her rage subsided, the queen sank into a depression. She conducted business as was required but otherwise engaged with no one, spoke infrequently, and was never seen to smile. Elizabeth retreated from court to her own home at Hatfield. Mary was glad to be rid of her. Any last vestigial of love for her had been lost when Elizabeth courted her husband. Philip sent letters to Mary, but to her disappointment they were filled with matters of policy and void of love. Christmas at the royal court was celebrated but lacked true joy.

The burning of heretics continued and new laws were passed that widened the criteria for arrest. Hannah was arrested for heresy and removed...

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