Scoop - Study Guide Book 1, Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Salter is aghast at this logistical mistake of the missing passport and begs William to keep a low profile until the passport can be arranged so that Lord Copper will not be the wiser. Mr. Salter also advises William to declare that he left on time because Lord Copper will expect news coverage ahead of the competitive paper and Mr. Salter does not want Lord Copper to find out that William is behind schedule by a couple of days.

In order to secure the passport, William must visit the offices of two opposing Ishmaelia delegations, an excursion which places him in the middle of more political discussions that completely go over William's head. Finally with passport and visas in hand, William boards a private plane to Paris and is asked permission for another passenger to board. William agrees and is intrigued by the stranger's...

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