London: Herbert Jenkins, n.d. . FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.252. Publisher's orange cloth with black titles to spine and upper, in pictorial dust-jacket. No inscriptions. Jacket edgeworn with some chips and creased tears. Very good nonetheless. "The thought of being cooped up in Blandings Castle with Clarence, the Earl of Emsworth, the perennially youthful Galahad and with the Earl's younger son, Freddie Threepwood, openly appalled Colonel Wedge. It was, he grimly asserted, like being wrecked on a desert island with the Marx Brothers." Item #47734
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