The Scapegoat by Jocelyn Brooke

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"Jocelyn Brooke is a great writer. . . . If you care enough for literature, seek out The Scapegoat."—Elizabeth Bowen

"Brooke marked out his magical, personal kingdom, different from any other writer."—Anthony Powell
 

About Jocelyn Brooke

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Writer and naturalist Jocelyn Brooke (1908-1966) was born and raised in Kent. He published his first book, "Six Poems", in 1928 while still at Worcester College, Oxford. Having worked in London bookshops and publishing, he enlisted in the Royal Medical Army corps at the outbreak of War and was later decorated for his bravery. After the war he wrote full time in a variety of genres, culminating in the three novels - "The Military Orchid", "A Mine of Serpents" and "The Goose Cathedral" - which drew closely on his own experiences. They were first published together in a single volume by Secker and Warburg in 1979, with an introduction by Anthony Powell. Peter Cameron is Professor of International Energy Law and Policy at the University of Dundee, UK and at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence. He is the author of Competition in Energy Markets: Law and Regulation in the European Union (OUP, 2002).He has written widely on issues of energy regulation and has been adviser to various regulatory agencies in the EU.
 
Published April 1, 2000 by Turtle Point Press. 192 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction