Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz. Very Good. 1842. Hardcover. Tauchnitz Collection of British Authors; 467 pages; Bound in quarter black with marbled boards, leather rubbed at extremities, gilt flaked from spines. With portrait of the Author as frontispiece. Copyright Edition. OCLC: 311425648 Todd & Bowden 1Bd The very first volume in this Tauchnitz series. Pelham, Bulwer-Lytton's second novel, is the tale of a young dandy named Henry Pelham. Pelham, a keen wit and aspiring politician, falls in love with Ellen Glanville, sister of his lifelong friend, Reginald Glanville, only to discover the friend suddenly accused of murder. Pelham must find the real killer and clear the name of his friend to take the hand of the woman he loves . . (Inventory #: 39332)
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