VIII. Dealing with Elsie
IX. The first night
“And yet,” Edward Henry Machin reflected
The English novelist and dramatist Arnold Bennett (1867-1931) was the author of The Old Wives' Tale, a masterpiece of realism.Arnold Bennett was born on May 27, 1867, in Hanley, one of the pottery-mak...
Biography EssayStraw was laid in the streets outside Chiltern Court, to deaden sounds, while Arnold Bennett lay dying in his flat there. It was the last time the city of London was to pay such respect...
Modern readers are most likely to know Arnold Bennett as a novelist and journalist, but to his contemporaries he was also familiar as a dramatist. He began experimenting with the play form during his ...
Straw was laid in the streets outside Chiltern Court, to deaden sounds, while Arnold Bennett lay dying in his flat there. It was the last time the city of London was to pay such respect to a public fi...
Arnold Bennett was born at 90 Hope Street in Hanley, one of the six towns that make up Stokeon-Trent, now as then the chief English home for the manufacture of pottery and china. The scene in Bennett'...
Enoch Arnold Bennett was a multifaceted celebrity in his day--novelist, short-story writer, critic, journalist, playwright, travelogue writer, prodigious letter writer, watercolorist, member of govern...