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The lady in the tower : the fall of Anne Boleyn
Alison Weir
Adult Nonfiction DA333.B6 W45 2010

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ContentsPage
Prefacep. ix
List of Illustrationsp. xv
Genealogical Tablesp. xix
Prologue: The Solemn Joustp. 3
Chapter 1 - Occurrences That Presaged Evilp. 7
Chapter 2 - The Scandal of Christendomp. 22
Chapter 3 - The Frailty of Human Affairsp. 45
Chapter 4 - Plotting the Affairp. 69
Chapter 5 - Unlawful Lecheryp. 100
Chapter 6 - Turning Trust to Treasonp. 120
Chapter 7 - To the Towerp. 136
Chapter 8 - Stained in Her Reputationp. 152
Chapter 9 - The Most Mischievous and Abominable Treasonsp. 174
Chapter 10 - More Accused than Convictedp. 203
Chapter 11 - Fighting Without a Weaponp. 222
Chapter 12 - Just, True, and Lawful Impedimentsp. 241
Chapter 13 - For Now I Diep. 263
Chapter 14 - When Death Hath Played His Partp. 291
Chapter 15 - The Concubine's Little Bastardp. 314
Chapter 16 - A Work of God's Justicep. 329
Appendix: Legendsp. 349
Notes on Some of The Sourcesp. 355
Select Bibliographyp. 361
Notes and Referencesp. 373
Indexp. 413


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