The Queen's Fool - Summer - Autumn 1556 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Summer - Autumn 1556 Summary

Hannah acquainted herself with her new home of Calais. She visited the market and harbor often. She and Daniel lived under the same roof but were still unmarried and courted modestly. During her first week she visited a proper dressmaker and exchanged her breeches and livery for more appropriate gowns. Mrs. Carpenter began to instruct her on domestic life. Hannah had never learned how to cook or clean and required instruction on even the most rudimentary tasks. She gave sincere effort, but the women seemed to enjoy critiquing her and she tired of it. Hannah was thankful to Daniel for rescuing her and did not want to complain about his family. She hid her reservations and doubled her efforts. Daniel and Hannah were wed in late June in a Christian ceremony as required by law. Back in their home behind closed windows and...

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