2 edition of Mysteries of London found in the catalog.
Mysteries of London
George W. M. Reynolds
|Statement||by George W. M. Reynolds ; introduction and notes by Dick Collins ; foreword by Louis James|
|Contributions||Collins, Dick, 1951-|
|LC Classifications||PR5221.R35 M97 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009046405|
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Foreword by Lee Jackson. Welcome to The Mysteries of London, one of the most famous 'penny bloods' (cheap sensational serials, published weekly, mass produced for working class readers, throughout the Victoria era).Best-sellers of their day — massively more so than now-famous Victorian novels, whose serial and.
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