The Wives of Henry VIII - Part 2, Anne Boleyn: Chapter 6, A Fresh Young Damsel, Chapter 7, The King and His Lady, and Chapter 8, People May Grumble Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Anne Boleyn: Chapter 6, A Fresh Young Damsel, Chapter 7, The King and His Lady, and Chapter 8, People May Grumble Summary and Analysis

In A Fresh Young Damsel, Anne Boleyn was born into a family that could trace its ancestry through merchants to a duke and an earl. Anne's father was a military man who made a name for himself through his knowledge of languages. Thomas Boleyn would become an English ambassador to France and was a successful diplomat throughout his adult life. Anne was educated in the court of Archduchess Margaret and would become a member of the household of the King's sister Mary during her marriage to the old King of France. After the King of France's death, Anne remained in the court of the new...

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