Scoop - Book 3, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Part 3 Summary

On the evening of the banquet, all the employees of the newspaper meet their obligations and arrive for one more of Lord Copper's dreadful dinners followed by even more dreadful speeches. Lord Copper does not know what has happened, but the man sitting next to him on the dais does not appear to be the same William Boot he had met in his office just a few weeks ago. Uncle Theodore is in his glory in his newfound position as celebrated newspaper Foreign Correspondent. Lord Copper chooses not to make an issue of the situation and recognizes Uncle Theodore for his efforts and for the brilliant coverage of the war in Ishmaelia. William remains at home at Boot Magna Hall and gazes at the moonlight flooding his beloved home and thinks about his nature column for the next edition of The Daily Beast.

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