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Arnold Bennett

Life: 1867-1931

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The Plain Man and His Wife, [en]

Clayhanger, [en] 1900

Anna of the Five Towns, [en] 1902

The Grand Babylon Hotel, [en] 1902

A Novel, [en] 1903

A Great Man
A Frolic, [en] 1904

Tales of the Five Towns, [en] 1905

A Fantasia on Modern Themes, [en] 1906

The Ghost
A Modern Fantasy, [en] 1907

The Grim Smile of the Five Towns, [en] 1907

Buried Alive
a Tale of These Days, [en] 1908

The Human Machine, [en] 1908

The Old Wives' Tale, [en] 1908

Literary Taste: How to Form It, [en] 1909

The Nineteenth Hat, [en] 1910

Helen with the High Hand
Idyllic Diversion, [en] 1910

From One Generation to Another, [en] 1910

How to Live on 24 Hours a Day, [en] 1910

Hilda Lessways, [en] 1911

The Card
a Story of Adventure in the Five Towns, [en] 1911

The Feast of St. Friend
A Christmas Book, [en] 1911

Mental Efficiency
And Other Hints to Men and Women, [en] 1911

Your United States
Impressions of a first visit, [en] 1912

The Matador of the Five Towns
and Other Stories, [en] 1912

The Great Adventure, [en] 1913

The Regent
A Five Towns Story of Adventure in London, [en] 1913

The Price of Love, [en] 1914

The Author's Craft, [en] 1914

Over There
War Scenes on the Western Front, [en] 1915

These Twain, [en] 1915

The Lion's Share, [en] 1916

Books and Persons
Being Comments on a Past Epoch 1908-1911, [en] 1917

The Title
A Comedy in Three Acts, [en] 1918

The Pretty Lady
A Novel, [en] 1918

The Roll-Call, [en] 1918

Judith, a play in three acts
Founded on the Apocryphal Book of Judith, [en] 1919

Mr. Prohack, [en] 1922

Riceyman Steps, [en] 1923

Murder!, [en] 1927

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