The new boy never got to know the British school well. And after 13 days, when he was gone, the school realized that it never knew the new boy either. Sandroyd School, Surrey, so small that it is omitted from most British school directories, settled back to its usual existence last week, after the exciting thought that the pale little boy of 11, the one with the bangs and the bony knees, had suddenly become a King, and for a moment the most spotlighted person in the world. Before breakfast Peter II...

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