Scoop - Book 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Part 2 Summary

Mr. Salter arrives at the train station near Boot Magna Hall after a harrowing trip on a primitive train and is incredulous that there is no car waiting to drive him the rest of the way. Two servants from the Hall are to carry Mr. Salter along with some other goods they have purchased. Mr. Salter's dignity is wounded and decides to make the trip on foot. The six miles to Boot Magna Hall exhaust Mr. Salter who collapses in sleep upon reaching his destination. The quirky Boot relatives surmise that Mr. Salter is drunk and keep an eye on the port throughout the evening so that Mr. Salter will not consume any more alcohol.

William has no interest in any more high profile work preferring his rural column instead for which he accepts a lifetime contract; however, William will not attend any banquet in...

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