“the Fall of Anne Boleyn Boleyn” by G. W. Bernard

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In this article G. W. Bernard talks about the reasons why Anne Boleyn was charged and convicted of adultery. The main reason presented is that King Henry VIII wanted to cast Anne Boleyn aside, in order to marry his latest mistress, Jane Seymour. G. W. Bernard argues that King Henry VIII was upset because Anne Boleyn had not produced a male child, and that King Henry VIII found Anne Boleyn’s abrasive character and pride intolerable.

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the Fall of Anne Boleyn Boleyn by G. W. Bernard The Fall of Anne Boleyn BoleynBy G. W. BernardIn this article G. W. Bernard talks about the reasons why Anne Boleyn was charged and convicted of adultery. The main reason presented is that King Henry VIII wanted to cast Anne Boleyn aside, in order to marry his latest mistress, Jane Seymour. G. W. Bernard argues that King Henry VIII was upset because Anne Boleyn had not produced a male child, and that King Henry VIII found Anne Boleyns abrasive character and pride intolerable. G. W. Bernard states that he believes these were t

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