Scott-King’s Modern Europe

Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
A scholarly conference in a military dictatorship. What could go wrong?
Scott-King is a schoolmaster’s schoolmaster: quiet, measured, honest, and thoughtful. He is convinced to disrupt his quiet, consistent life in England to visit the totalitarian country of Neutralia, to participate in a conference on a poet who he has studied extensively. Unfortunately, it turns out that a dictatorship can be a dangerous place to be, and Scott-King must tread lightly – especially because he is without his passport, and no one from the British government knows that he’s there.
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