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The Thistle and the Rose Chapter Summary & Analysis - Margaret and Albany and The Queen's Lover Summary

Eleanor Hibbert and Jean Plaidy
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Margaret and Albany and The Queen's Lover Summary

In Margaret and Albany, Margaret meets with Arran, a man who is opposed to the union between Margaret and the Douglas clan. Arran wants to help Margaret with her divorce from Angus. Albany has returned to France and wants to stay there. The French king, now on friendly terms with Henry, allows Albany to remain in France in order to garner goodwill with Henry. Henry learns of Margaret's plan for divorce and is angry. Both he and Katherine write to Margaret of the folly of her plan.

The ministers of Scotland call on Albany to return to Scotland and Margaret also writes to ask that he return. Meanwhile, Henry has Katherine send a priest to urge Margaret to give up her idea of divorce. Margaret listens but doesn't change her mind. Henry then sends another...

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