BILLY BUNTER BUTTS IN
Illustrated by R.J. Macdonald
Published by Charles Skilton Ltd.. 1st. 1951
Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper. Brown boards, black titles to front and spine. Colour frontis and b/w illustrations. 234 pages plus adverts to rear.
Damp staining to early pages (including frontis). Corner tip of title page has been torn off. Foxing. Wrapper is dulled and grubby to spine, with edge-creasing and chipping; minimal loss; tape repairs to verso.
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- If Billy Bunter had not been so lazy and had written out his hundred lines, Harry Wharton would never have been landed in the perilous chain of events which followed. Wharton was head -boy of the Remove but had a streak of temper which stood him on bad stead on occasion. When he was out of the dormitory one night, determined to take his revenge on George Wingate, School Captain for what Wharton considered a raw deal, Wingate was stunned by a blow and Wharton was up for expulsion.
- Everything looked black for Wharton, scorned, taunted and cold-shouldered as he was with just one friend in the school who stuck wholeheartedly by him. It was Bunter who discovered the real facts.