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Boleyn girl, but not the least. . “Your other sister, Anne,” the queen corrected him. A small .. where the dark bound books muffled the noise from the streets. Phillipa Gregory The Other Boleyn Girl Spring I COULD HEAR A ROLL OF MUFFLED DRUMS. BUT I COULD SEE nothing but the. The #1 New York Times bestseller from "the queen of royal fiction" (USA TODAY) Philippa Gregory is a rich, compelling novel of love, sex, ambition, and intrigue.

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about The Other Boleyn Girl book PDF: This book is writen by Philippa Gregory. This The Other Boleyn Girl book is telling about Two sisters competing for the. The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory (PDF). The 9th book in The Plantagenet and Tudor Novels (the suggested reading order by author). Read “The Other Boleyn Girl”, by Philippa Gregory online on Bookmate Politics and passion are inextricably bound together in this compelling novel of the.

Plot[ edit ] Set in England, Mary Boleyn, 13 years old and a daughter of the esteemed Howard and Boleyn families, is chosen by her father and Uncle Howard, Duke of Norfolk, to take advantage of the king's wandering eye, despite her new marriage to William Carey. Her sister Anne, recently returned from the French court, and brother George help Mary and soon Henry takes a liking to Mary. Mary becomes the King's mistress, much to the displeasure of Queen Katherine, who had considered Mary one of her dear ladies-in-waiting, and before long, Mary is pregnant with the King's child. With the hope that the child will be Henry's much needed male heir, the Howard and Boleyn families are rewarded with lands and titles, elevating their status amongst the other noble families of the court. Anne, meanwhile, has caught the attention of Henry Percy, the heir presumptive to the Duchy of Northumberland. They marry in secret and consummate the marriage, but their union is cut short by Cardinal Wolsey and Henry leaves to marry the woman he was meant to be betrothed to. Anne is sent away to the family castle, Hever, in punishment for the potential scandal. Mary gives birth to a daughter, Catherine. Henry, while disappointed, is determined to keep trying for a son with Mary and she is soon pregnant again. George has married Jane Parker, another of the Queen's ladies-in-waiting, but the marriage is an unhappy one. During Mary's pregnancy, Anne is brought back to court to make sure Henry is not distracted from Mary.

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Anyone who has done any literary criticism, or any writing, will know that good characterisation involves showing, not telling. We're told how charming and witty Anne is to the King, but we're shown her being a bitch and arguing with Mary. Anne would have been a much more effective character if she'd been written like her brother George the only likeable character in the whole book , who IS charming and witty, will stab you in the back if it suits him, but then admit to it with a disarming honesty.

If she'd been charming but manipulative to everyone, including Mary, her seduction of the King would have been much more plausible, but as it was I just couldn't see it. Then there's the way Gregory manipulates historical fact in order to make Anne seem worse.

Anne was clever, and well educated, all we got from that was that she spoke French and read a lot, but in reality her education and ability to discuss politics and serious issues with Henry was a significant attraction.

And there was the love affair with Henry Percy.

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Anne admits to her sworn enemy that she has slept with her betrothed, and he says, no you didn't because it isn't politically convenient for you to marry him and later doesn't tell the king even when he's in a precarious political position because of Anne.

WTF plothole?? Next we have the incest and the witchcraft, both of which Gregory paints as true. No, seriously. As far as incest goes, well, who the hell would sleep with their own brother?

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Apart from the fact that it's generally acknowledged that it was just a means of getting rid of them. As for witchcraft, well she was a devout Christian, and again, it's generally thought to be a convenient pretext. The whole enmity between sisters thing is a creation, which would be fair enough, poetic license, dramatic tension, etc etc. Except Mary hates Anne, and yet she's always doing what she's told, helping Anne out, blah blah.

She'll occasionally say that of course she loves her she's her sister, but we're told far more often and with far more vehemence how much she hates her, and all we're shown is the fights and the vindictiveness.