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by Frank Richards

Illustrated by C.H. Chapman

Published by Cassell & Company Ltd. 1st. 1960

Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Orange boards, black titles to spine and front cover. Colour frontis, b/w illustrations.

Tiny nick to base of spine. Name in ink to front free-endpaper. Contents bright and clean. Dustwrapper is edge worn and torn but only minimal loss to top of spine, rear panel is a little grubby.

Stock no. 1324112

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  • For once in his life and to the astonishment of the Greyfriars Remove, William George Bunter does the right thing. But although he saves Bob Cherry from right under the gimlet-eyes of Mr. Quelch by owning up that it was he who placed a large and heavy dictionary on top of the classroom door as a booby -trap, he cannot save himself from an impot of nearly a thousand lines of the immortal Virgil to translate. With the Famous FIve to help it seemed all would be well and the lines would be completed with the minimum of effort from Bunter.
  • But a visit from the Head put Billy Bunter back where he began. Meekly to do an imposition was not in his nature and help from home in the shape of a request to the Head for a few day's holiday was indicated. But instead of a means of escape Bunter, as a result of it, finds himself caught between Virgil at School and a week of work as an errand boy at home.

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