Change Upon Change
12mo. Cloth, 286 pages plus two of advertisements. $1.50. The book was issued June 2, 1873, and the same day it was announced that "The first edition exhausted by advance orders. A second edition in press, ready in a few days."
This book was originally published in Bow Bells, under the title "Change Upon Change," and in 1868 under the same title in New York.Tiny, the highly sexed, frivolous youngest daughter of Lady Harewood, is a sad flirt. Has a love affair with Captain Foy, then becomes engaged to her cousin Wilfred Lane, a prig. Much of the book is devoted to the love letters of the two. Finally Tiny breaks the engagement and marries Lord Lothian.
Adams, Victor & Co. Publications edition
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