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Brought up in the repressive tradition of Methodism by her miserly father, Anna Tellwright dreams of independence and freedom.....

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This light-hearted story about Edward Henry Machin is of his rise from humble beginnings to wealth, married bliss and public recognition as the youngest-ever mayor of his home town.

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This first of a trilogy of novels is a coming-of-age story set in the Midlands of Victorian England, following Edwin Clayhanger as he leaves school, takes over the family business, and falls in love.

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In The Feast of St. Friend, a Christmas book, Arnold Bennett shares his views on Christmas as the season of goodwill.

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The novel opens with Carl Foster, a recently qualified doctor, coming to London to try and make his fortune. He meets a famous tenor, Signor Alresca, who suffers a dreadful injury backstage and Foster tends to him.

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Murder mystery by Arnold Bennett, adapted in two parts by Chris Harrald....

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Theodore Racksole, a rich American multi-millionaire, buys the Grand Babylon Hotel, a luxurous hotel in London, as a whim - and then finds out there are strange things going on.

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This book is the second in Bennett’s four books about life in the Five Towns (the real life Potteries in Staffordshire).

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This classic personal time-management book, originally published in 1908, has inspired generations of men and women to live deliberate lives....

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Bennett believed that learning to discern cause and effect in the world would give his readers an endless source of enjoyment and satisfaction. Instead of only being able to discuss what they had heard, they could graduate to what they thought… and lift themselves completely from the deadening influence of a day at the office.

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