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The Queen's Fool Chapter Summary & Analysis - Winter 1556 - Summer 1557 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Winter 1556 - Summer 1557 Summary

Hannah eased her way back into the life of a printer. She enjoyed helping her father, and when he became ill she took over all of his tasks as well as her own. She monitored news of England and hoped things in London would improve. After two weeks of illness, when her father did not recover, Hannah summoned Dr. Carpenter. He assessed Oliver's condition and found him to be nearing death, with only a few days or weeks left to live. Daniel sent a night nurse named Marie to help Hannah care for her father, who grew weaker by the day. Daniel reminded Hannah that although she chose to live apart from him, he still considered her and Oliver to be his family and that he would care for them both indefinitely. During the days Hannah read to her father from the Torah...

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