Henry VIII: Anne Boleyn's Death
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Queen Anne Boleyn is accused of treason, and Henry VIII hears from her confessor that she had nothing to confess. The confessor mentions that the queen has accepted her fate in order to save her daughter, Elizabeth. The queen is scheduled to be beheaded as punishment for her accusations.

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  1. Why doesn't Anne Boleyn agree to an annulment?
  2. Why does she forgive Henry VIII?
  3. What are the characteristics of the English government at this time?

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