The Wives of Henry VIII - Part 3, Jane Seymour: Chapter 11, Very Modest Behavior, Chapter 12, The Third Marriage, and Chapter 13, Entirely Beloved Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Jane Seymour: Chapter 11, Very Modest Behavior, Chapter 12, The Third Marriage, and Chapter 13, Entirely Beloved Summary and Analysis

In Very Modest Behavior, Catherine of Aragon died in early 1536. The King had Catherine's body interred at Peterorough Cathedral. The death of her chief rival should have brought Anne Boleyn relief. Instead, Anne miscarried another male child, opening the door for her rivals. King Henry began an affair with Jane Seymour, an affair that quickly became public knowledge. At the same time, Anne Boleyn was placed under investigation. On May 2, Queen Anne was arrested and placed in the Tower of London.

In The Third Marriage, Queen Anne was quickly put on trial and charged with treason, infidelity, and incest. Anne faced her accusers with grace, denying everything they charged her with. However, dozens...

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