A Lodge in the Wilderness
by John Buchan
Publisher: W. Blackwood and Sons 1906
Number of pages: 437
A Lodge in the Wilderness (1906) is a quasi-novel about an imaginary conference arranged by a multi-millionaire, Francis Carey, at a lodge, Musuru, located on the East Kenyan Plateau some 9000 feet above sea level, to discuss Empire. The conference is made up of nine men and nine women, taken from the upper and professional classes...
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