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CONTENTS

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##  THESE TWAIN

##  DENRY THE AUDACIOUS

##  THE OLD ADAM

##  LILIAN

##  HOW TO LIVE ON 24 HOURS A DAY

##  THE GRAND BABYLON HOTEL

##  LITERARY TASTE

##  THE GRIM SMILE OF THE FIVE TOWNS

##  THE OLD WIVES' TALE

##  JOURNALISM FOR WOMEN

##  HILDA LESSWAYS

##  A TALE OF THESE DAYS

##  SACRED AND PROFANE LOVE

##  OVER THERE

##  THE REGENT

##  THE ROLL-CALL

##  THE PRETTY LADY

THE TITLE

##  THE AUTHOR'S CRAFT

##  MR. PROHACK

##  HELEN WITH THE HIGH HAND

JUDITH

##  THE HUMAN MACHINE

##  THE PRICE OF LOVE

##  THE CARD

##  MATADOR OF THE FIVE TOWNS, et al

##  TALES OF THE FIVE TOWNS

##  THE PLAIN MAN AND HIS WIFE

##  LEONORA

##  LITERARY TASTE HOW TO FORM IT

THE GREAT ADVENTURE

##  THE LION'S SHARE

##  THE FEAST OF ST. FRIEND

##  YOUR UNITED STATES

##  HUGO

##  BOOKS AND PERSONS

##  THE GHOST

CLAYHANGER

##  MENTAL EFFICIENCY

##  A GREAT MAN

##  ANNA OF THE FIVE TOWNS

THE HONEYMOON

A MAN FROM THE NORTH

##  THE LOG OF THE VELSA

##  TERESA OF WATLING STREET

##  THE CITY OF PLEASURE

##  PARIS NIGHTS








TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES






THESE TWAIN

BY ARNOLD BENNETT

1915



CONTENTS



BOOK I

THE WOMAN IN THE HOUSE

CHAPTER

  1. THE HOUSE

  2. HILDA ON THE STAIRS

  3. ATTACK AND REPULSE

  4. THE WORD

  5. TERTIUS INGPEN

  6. HUSBAND AND WIFE

  7. THE TRUCE

  8. THE FAMILY AT HOME

  9. THE WEEK-END

  10. THE ORGREAVE CALAMITY

BOOK II

THE PAST

  1. LITHOGRAPHY

  2. DARTMOOR

  3. THE DEPARTURE

  4. TAVY MANSION

  5. THE PRISON

  6. THE GHOST

BOOK III

EQUILIBRIUM

  1. GEORGE'S EYES

  2. AUNTIE HAMPS SENTENCED

  3. DEATH AND BURIAL

  4. THE DISCOVERY






THE DEEDS OF DENRY THE AUDACIOUS

By Arnold Bennett

1910



CONTENTS

CHAPTER

  1. The Dance

  2. The Widow Hullins's House

  3. The Pantechnicon

  4. Wrecking of a Life

  5. The Mercantile Marine

  6. His Burglary

  7. The Rescuer of Dames

  8. Raising a Wigwam

  9. The Great Newspaper War

  10. His Infamy

  11. In the Alps

  12. The Supreme Honour






THE OLD ADAM

A STORY OF ADVENTURE

By Arnold Bennett

1913



CONTENTS



PART I

CHAPTER

  1. Dog-Bite

  2. The Bank-Note

  3. Wilkins's

  4. Entry Into The Theatrical World

  5. Mr. Sachs Talks

  6. Lord Woldo And Lady Woldo

PART II

  1. Corner-stone

  2. Dealing with Elsie

  3. The First Night

  4. Isabel






LILIAN

By Arnold Bennett

1922



CONTENTS

PART I

  1. The Girl Alone

  2. Early Years

  3. Advice to the Young Beauty

  4. The Clubman

  5. The Devotee

  6. The Telephone

PART II

  1. The Suicide

  2. The Malady

  3. Shut

  4. The Vizier

  5. The Martyr

  6. The Invitation

  7. The Avowal

  8. Philosophy of the Grey-Haired

PART III

  1. In the Hotel

  2. The Big Yacht

  3. The Casino

  4. Chemin de fer

  5. In the Hills

  6. The Benefactress

  7. The Doctor

  8. Marriage

  9. The Widow

  10. The Wreath

PART IV

  1. The Return

  2. Miss Grig

  3. The Lieutenant

  4. The New Employer

  5. Layette








HOW TO LIVE ON TWENTY-FOUR HOURS A DAY

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

  PREFACE
I   THE DAILY MIRACLE
II   THE DESIRE TO EXCEED ONE'S PROGRAMME
III   PRECAUTIONS BEFORE BEGINNING
IV   THE CAUSE OF THE TROUBLE
V   TENNIS AND THE IMMORTAL SOUL
VI   REMEMBER HUMAN NATURE
VII   CONTROLLING THE MIND
VIII   THE REFLECTIVE MOOD
IX   INTEREST IN THE ARTS
X   NOTHING IN LIFE IS HUMDRUM
XI   SERIOUS READING
XII   DANGERS TO AVOID






THE GRAND BABYLON HÔTEL

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS


Chapter One.   THE MILLIONAIRE AND THE WAITER

Chapter Two.   HOW MR RACKSOLE OBTAINED HIS DINNER

Chapter Three.   AT THREE A.M.

Chapter Four.   ENTRANCE OF THE PRINCE

Chapter Five.   WHAT OCCURRED TO REGINALD DIMMOCK

Chapter Six.   IN THE GOLD ROOM

Chapter Seven.   NELLA AND THE PRINCE

Chapter Eight.   ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE BARONESS

Chapter Nine.   TWO WOMEN AND THE REVOLVER

Chapter Ten.   AT SEA

Chapter Eleven.   THE COURT PAWNBROKER

Chapter Twelve.   ROCCO AND ROOM NO. 111

Chapter Thirteen.   IN THE STATE BEDROOM

Chapter Fourteen.   ROCCO ANSWERS SOME QUESTIONS

Chapter Fifteen.   END OF THE YACHT ADVENTURE

Chapter Sixteen.   THE WOMAN WITH THE RED HAT

Chapter Seventeen.   THE RELEASE OF PRINCE EUGEN

Chapter Eighteen.   IN THE NIGHT-TIME

Chapter Nineteen.   ROYALTY AT THE GRAND BABYLON

Chapter Twenty.   MR SAMPSON LEVI BIDS PRINCE EUGEN GOOD MORNING

Chapter Twenty-One.   THE RETURN OF FÉLIX BABYLON

Chapter Twenty-Two.   IN THE WINE CELLARS OF THE GRAND BABYLON

Chapter Twenty-Three.   FURTHER EVENTS IN THE CELLAR

Chapter Twenty-Four.   THE BOTTLE OF WINE

Chapter Twenty-Five.   THE STEAM LAUNCH

Chapter Twenty-Six.   THE NIGHT CHASE AND THE MUDLARK

Chapter Twenty-Seven.   THE CONFESSION OF MR TOM JACKSON

Chapter Twenty-Eight.      THE STATE BEDROOM ONCE MORE

Chapter Twenty-Nine.   THEODORE IS CALLED TO THE RESCUE

Chapter Thirty.   CONCLUSION














LITERARY TASTE

How To Form It

With Detailed Instructions For Collecting A Complete Library Of English Literature

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

Chapter I — THE AIM

Chapter II — YOUR PARTICULAR CASE

Chapter III — WHY A CLASSIC IS A CLASSIC

Chapter IV — WHERE TO BEGIN

Chapter V — HOW TO READ A CLASSIC

Chapter VI — THE QUESTION OF STYLE

Chapter VII — WRESTLING WITH AN AUTHOR

Chapter VIII — SYSTEM IN READING

Chapter IX — VERSE

Chapter X — BROAD COUNSELS

Chapter XI — AN ENGLISH LIBRARY: PERIOD I

Chapter XII — AN ENGLISH LIBRARY: PERIOD II

Chapter XIII — AN ENGLISH LIBRARY: PERIOD III

Chapter XIV — MENTAL STOCKTAKING






THE GRIM SMILE OF THE FIVE TOWNS

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

The Lion's Share
Baby's Bath
The Silent Brothers
The Nineteenth Hat
Vera's First Christmas Adventure
The Murder of the Mandarin
Vera's Second Christmas Adventure
The Burglary
News of the Engagement
Beginning the New Year
From One Generation to Another
The Death of Simon Fuge
In a New Bottle














THE OLD WIVES’ TALE

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

PREFACE TO THIS EDITION

BOOK I — MRS. BAINES

CHAPTER I — THE SQUARE

CHAPTER II — THE TOOTH

CHAPTER III — A BATTLE

CHAPTER IV — ELEPHANT

CHAPTER V — THE TRAVELLER

CHAPTER VI — ESCAPADE

CHAPTER VII — A DEFEAT


BOOK II — CONSTANCE

CHAPTER I — REVOLUTION

CHAPTER II — CHRISTMAS AND THE FUTURE

CHAPTER III — CYRIL

CHAPTER IV — CRIME

CHAPTER V — ANOTHER CRIME

CHAPTER VI — THE WIDOW

CHAPTER VII — BRICKS AND MORTAR

CHAPTER VIII — THE PROUDEST MOTHER


BOOK III — SOPHIA

CHAPTER I — THE ELOPEMENT

CHAPTER II — SUPPER

CHAPTER III — AN AMBITION SATISFIED

CHAPTER IV — A CRISIS FOR GERALD

CHAPTER V — FEVER

CHAPTER VI — THE SIEGE

CHAPTER VII — SUCCESS


BOOK IV — WHAT LIFE IS

CHAPTER I — FRENSHAM’S

CHAPTER II — THE MEETING

CHAPTER III — TOWARDS HOTEL LIFE

CHAPTER IV — END OF SOPHIA

CHAPTER V — END OF CONSTANCE






JOURNALISM FOR WOMEN

A Practical Guide

By E. A. Bennett



CONTENTS

  1. The Secret Significance of Journalism
  2. Imperfections of the existing Woman-Journalist
  3. The Roads towards Journalism
  4. The Aspirant
  5. Style
  6. The Outside Contributor
  7. The Search for Copy
  8. The Art of Corresponding with an Editor
  9. Notes on the Leading Types of Papers
  10. "Woman's Sphere" in Journalism
  11. Conclusion






HILDA LESSWAYS

By Arnold Bennett

1911



CONTENTS

BOOK I
HER START IN LIFE



I AN EVENT IN MR. SKELLORN'S LIFE
II THE END OF THE SCENE
III MR. CANNON
IV DOMESTICITY INVADED
V MRS. LESSWAYS' SHREWDNESS
VI VICTOR HUGO AND ISAAC PITMAN
VII THE EDITORIAL SECRETARY
VIII JANET ORGREAVE
IX IN THE STREET
X MISS GAILEY IN DECLENSION
XI DISILLUSION
XII THE TELEGRAM
XIII HILDA'S WORLD
XIV TO LONDON

BOOK II
HER RECOVERY



I SIN
II THE LITTLE ROOM
III JOURNEY TO BLEAKRIDGE
IV WITH THE ORGREAVES
V EDWIN CLAYHANGER
VI IN THE GARDEN
VII THE NEXT MEETING

BOOK III
HER BURDEN



I HILDA INDISPENSABLE
II SARAH'S BENEFACTOR
III AT BRIGHTON
IV THE SEA

BOOK IV
HER FALL



I THE GOING CONCERN
II THE UNKNOWN ADVENTURE
III FLORRIE AGAIN

BOOK V
HER DELIVERANCE



I LOUISA UNCONTROLLED
II SOME SECRET HISTORY

BOOK VI

HER PUNISHMENT



I EVENING AT BLEAKRIDGE
II A RENDEZVOUS
III AT THE WORKS
IV THE CALL FROM BRIGHTON
V THURSDAY AFTERNOON
VI MISCHANCE






BURIED ALIVE

A Tale of These Days

BY ARNOLD BENNETT

1950



CONTENTS

I. THE PUCE DRESSING-GOWN

II. A PAIL

III. THE PHOTOGRAPH

IV. A SCOOP

V. ALICE ON HOTELS

VI. A PUTNEY MORNING

VII. THE CONFESSION

VIII. AN INVASION

IX. A GLOSSY MALE

X. THE SECRET

XI. AN ESCAPE

XII. ALICE'S PERFORMANCES






SACRED AND PROFANE LOVE

A Novel In Three Episodes

By Arnold Bennett

1905


CONTENTS

SACRED AND PROFANE LOVE

PART I — IN THE NIGHT

I

II

III

IV

V

PART II — THREE HUMAN HEARTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

PART III — THE VICTORY

I

II

III

IV

V

VI














OVER THERE

War Scenes on the Western Front

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

I The Zone Of Paris

II On The French Front

III Ruins

IV At Grips

V The British Lines

VI The Unique City






THE REGENT

A Five Towns Story Of Adventure In London

By Arnold Bennett

1913



CONTENTS



PART I

CHAPTER I -- DOG-BITE
CHAPTER II -- THE BANK-NOTE
CHAPTER III -- WILKINS'S
CHAPTER IV -- ENTRY INTO THE THEATRICAL WORLD
CHAPTER V -- MR SACHS TALKS
CHAPTER VI -- LORD WOLDO AND LADY WOLDO


PART II

CHAPTER VII -- CORNER-STONE
CHAPTER VIII -- DEALING WITH ELSIE
CHAPTER IX -- THE FIRST NIGHT
CHAPTER X -- ISABEL






THE ROLL-CALL

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

PART I
CHAP.
I. THE NEW LODGING
II. MARGUERITE
III. THE CHARWOMAN
IV. THE LUNCHEON
V. THE TEA
VI. THE DINNER
VII. THE RUPTURE
VIII. INSPIRATION
IX. COMPETITION
PART II
I. THE TRIUMPH
II. THE ROLL-CALL
III. IN THE MACHINE







[2]

THE PRETTY LADY

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS


Chapter 1.     THE PROMENADE
Chapter 2.     THE POWER
Chapter 3.     THE FLAT
Chapter 4.     CONFIDENCE
Chapter 5.     OSTEND
Chapter 6.     THE ALBANY
Chapter 7.     FOR THE EMPIRE
Chapter 8.     BOOTS
Chapter 9.     THE CLUB
Chapter 10.    THE MISSION
Chapter 11.    THE TELEGRAM
Chapter 12.    RENDEZVOUS
Chapter 13.    IN COMMITTEE
Chapter 14.    QUEEN
Chapter 15.    EVENING OUT
Chapter 16    THE VIRGIN
Chapter 17.    SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Chapter 18.    THE MYSTIC
Chapter 19.    THE VISIT
Chapter 20.    MASCOT
Chapter 21.    THE LEAVE-TRAIN
[6] Chapter 22.    GETTING ON WITH THE WAR
Chapter 23.    THE CALL
Chapter 24.    THE SOLDIER
Chapter 25.    THE RING
Chapter 26.    THE RETURN
Chapter 27.    THE CLYDE
Chapter 28.    SALOME
Chapter 29.    THE STREETS
Chapter 30.    THE CHILD'S ARM
Chapter 31.    "ROMANCE"
Chapter 32.    MRS. BRAIDING
Chapter 33.    THE ROOF
Chapter 34.    IN THE BOUDOIR
Chapter 35.    QUEEN DEAD
Chapter 36.    COLLAPSE
Chapter 37.    THE INVISIBLE POWERS
Chapter 38.    THE VICTORY
Chapter 39.    IDYLL
Chapter 40.    THE WINDOW
Chapter 41.    THE ENVOY






THE AUTHOR'S CRAFT

By Arnold Bennett


CONTENTS

PART I.
SEEING LIFE
PART II.
WRITING NOVELS
PART III.
WRITING PLAYS
PART IV.
THE ARTIST AND THE PUBLIC






MR. PROHACK

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS



CHAPTER

I
THE NEW POOR
II
FROM THE DEAD
III
THE LAW
IV
EVE'S HEADACHE
V
CHARLIE
VI
SISSIE
VII
THE SYMPATHETIC QUACK
VIII
SISSIE'S BUSINESS
IX
COLLISION
X
THE THEORY OF IDLENESS
XI
NEURASTHENIA CURED
XII
THE PRACTICE OF IDLENESS
XIII
FURTHER IDLENESS
XIV
END OF AN IDLE DAY
XV
THE HEAVY FATHER
XVI
TRANSFER OF MIMI
XVII
ROMANCE
XVIII
A HOMELESS NIGHT
XIX
THE RECEPTION
XX
THE SILENT TOWER
XXI
EVE'S MARTYRDOM
XXII
MR. PROHACK'S TRIUMPH
XXIII
THE YACHT






HELEN WITH THE HIGH HAND

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I -- BEGINNING OF THE IDYLL
CHAPTER II -- AN AFFAIR OF THE SEVENTIES
CHAPTER III -- MARRYING OFF A MOTHER
CHAPTER IV -- INVITATION TO TEA
CHAPTER V -- A SALUTATION
CHAPTER VI -- MRS. BUTT'S DEPARTURE
CHAPTER VII -- THE NEW COOK
CHAPTER VIII -- OMELETTE
CHAPTER IX -- A GREAT CHANGE
CHAPTER X -- A CALL
CHAPTER XI -- ANOTHER CALL
CHAPTER XII -- BREAKFAST
CHAPTER XIII -- THE WORLD
CHAPTER XIV -- SONG, SCENE AND DANCE
CHAPTER XV -- THE GIFT
CHAPTER XVI -- THE HALL AND ITS RESULT
CHAPTER XVII -- DESCENDANTS OF MACHIAVELLI
CHAPTER XVIII -- CHICANE
CHAPTER XIX -- THE TOSSING
CHAPTER XX -- THE FLITTING
CHAPTER XXI -- SHIP AND OCEAN
CHAPTER XXII -- CONFESSIONAL
CHAPTER XXIII -- NOCTURNAL
CHAPTER XXIV -- SEEING A LADY HOME
CHAPTER XXV -- GIRLISH CONFIDENCES
CHAPTER XXVI -- THE CONCERT
CHAPTER XXVII -- UNKNOTTING AND KNOTTING






THE HUMAN MACHINE

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS


  1. TAKING ONESELF FOR GRANTED
  2. AMATEURS IN THE ART OF LIVING
  3. THE BRAIN AS A GENTLEMAN-AT-LARGE
  4. THE FIRST PRACTICAL STEP
  5. HABIT-FORMING BY CONCENTRATION
  6. LORD OVER THE NODDLE
  7. WHAT 'LIVING' CHIEFLY IS
  8. THE DAILY FRICTION
  9. 'FIRE!'
  10. MISCHIEVOUSLY OVERWORKING IT
  11. AN INTERLUDE
  12. AN INTEREST IN LIFE
  13. SUCCESS AND FAILURE
  14. A MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT
  15. L.S.D.
  16. REASON, REASON!






THE PRICE OF LOVE

A TALE

By Arnold Bennett

1914



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I.

MONEY IN THE HOUSE

CHAPTER II.

LOUIS' DISCOVERY

CHAPTER III.

THE FEAST

CHAPTER IV.

IN THE NIGHT

CHAPTER V.

NEWS OF THE NIGHT

CHAPTER VI.

THEORIES OF THE THEFT

CHAPTER VII.

THE CINEMA

CHAPTER VIII.

END AND BEGINNING

CHAPTER IX.

THE MARRIED WOMAN

CHAPTER X.

THE CHASM

CHAPTER XI.

JULIAN'S DOCUMENT

CHAPTER XII.

RUNAWAY HORSES

CHAPTER XIII.

DEAD-LOCK

CHAPTER XIV.

THE MARKET

CHAPTER XV.

THE CHANGED MAN

CHAPTER XVI.

THE LETTER

CHAPTER XVII.

IN THE MONASTERY

CHAPTER XVIII.

MRS. TAMS'S STRANGE BEHAVIOUR

CHAPTER XIX.

RACHEL AND MR. HORROCLEAVE







THE CARD

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

CHAP. PAGE
I. THE DANCE 7
II. THE WIDOW HULLINS'S HOUSE 27
III. THE PANTECHNICON 48
IV. WRECKING OF A LIFE 71
V. THE MERCANTILE MARINE 89
VI. HIS BURGLARY 112
VII. THE RESCUER OF DAMES 132
VIII. RAISING A WIGWAM 153
IX. THE GREAT NEWSPAPER WAR 177
X. HIS INFAMY 196
XI. IN THE ALPS 218
XII. THE SUPREME HONOUR 240






THE MATADOR OF THE FIVE TOWNS

And Other Stories

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

TRAGIC

FROLIC






TALES OF THE FIVE TOWNS

By Arnold Bennett



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CONTENTS

PART I
AT HOME

HIS WORSHIP THE GOOSEDRIVER

THE ELIXIR OF YOUTH

MARY WITH THE HIGH HAND

THE DOG

A FEUD

PHANTOM

TIDDY-FOL-LOL

THE IDIOT

PART II
ABROAD

THE HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY

THE SISTERS QITA

NOCTURNE AT THE MAJESTIC

CLARICE OF THE AUTUMN CONCERTS

A LETTER HOME

THE PLAIN MAN AND HIS WIFE

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

THE PLAIN MAN AND HIS WIFE

I - ALL MEANS AND NO END

II - THE TASTE FOR PLEASURE

III - THE RISKS OF LIFE

IV - IN HER PLACE






LEONORA

A NOVEL

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

II. MESHACH AND HANNAH

IV. AN INTIMACY

VI. COMIC OPERA

VIII. THE DANCE

X. IN THE GARDEN

XII. IN LONDON






LITERARY TASTE

How To Form It

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

THE AIM    1

CHAPTER II

YOUR PARTICULAR CASE    9

CHAPTER III

WHY A CLASSIC IS A CLASSIC    18

CHAPTER IV

WHERE TO BEGIN    26

[pg vi]

CHAPTER V

HOW TO READ A CLASSIC    34

CHAPTER VI

THE QUESTION OF STYLE    43

CHAPTER VII

WRESTLING WITH AN AUTHOR    59

CHAPTER VIII

SYSTEM IN READING    68

CHAPTER IX

VERSE    76

CHAPTER X

BROAD COUNSELS    91

[pg vii]

CHAPTER XI

AN ENGLISH LIBRARY: PERIOD I    99

CHAPTER XII

AN ENGLISH LIBRARY: PERIOD II    108

CHAPTER XIII

AN ENGLISH LIBRARY: PERIOD III    114

CHAPTER XIV

MENTAL STOCKTAKING    127






THE LION'S SHARE

By Arnold Bennett

1916



CONTENTS

CHAPTER
1. MISS INGATE, AND THE YACHT
2. THE THIEF’S PLAN WRECKED
3. THE LEGACY
4. MR. FOULGER
5. THE DEAD HAND
6. THE YOUNG WIDOW
7. THE CIGARETTE GIRL
8. EXPLOITATION OF WIDOWHOOD
9. LIFE IN PARIS
10. FANCY DRESS
11. A POLITICAL REFUGEE
12. WIDOWHOOD IN THE STUDIO
13. THE SWOON
14. MISS INGATE POINTS OUT THE DOOR
15. THE RIGHT BANK
16. ROBES
17. SOIRÉE
18. A DECISION
19. THE BOUDOIR
20. PAGET GARDENS
21. JANE
22. THE DETECTIVE
23. THE BLUE CITY
24. THE SPATTS
25. THE MUTE
26. NOCTURNE
27. IN THE GARDEN
28. ENCOUNTER
29. FLIGHT
30. ARIADNE
31. THE NOSTRUM
32. BY THE BINNACLE
33. AGUILAR’S DOUBLE LIFE
34. THE TANK-ROOM
35. THE THIRD SORT OF WOMAN
36. IN THE DINGHY
37. AFLOAT
38. IN THE UNIVERSE
39. THE IMMINENT DRIVE
40. GENIUS AT BAY
41. FINANCIAL NEWS
42. INTERVAL
43. ENTR’ACTE
44. END OF THE CONCERT
45. STRANGE RESULT OF A QUARREL
46. AN EPILOGUE






THE FEAST OF ST. FRIEND

A Christmas Book

By Arnold Bennett

1911



CONTENTS


THE FACT
THE REASON
THE SOLSTICE AND GOODWILL
THE APPOSITENESS OF CHRISTMAS
DEFENCE OF FEASTING
TO REVITALIZE THE FESTIVAL
THE GIFT OF ONESELF
THE FEAST OF ST. FRIEND
THE REACTION
ON THE LAST DAY OF THE YEAR






YOUR UNITED STATES

Impressions Of A First Visit

By Arnold Bennett

Illustrated By Frank Craig

1912



CONTENTS

I. THE FIRST NIGHT
II. STREETS
III. THE CAPITOL AND OTHER SITES
IV. SOME ORGANIZATIONS
V. TRANSIT AND HOTELS
VI. SPORT AND THE THEATER
VII. EDUCATION AND ART
VIII. CITIZENS


ILLUSTRATIONS

THE GLORY OF FIFTH AVENUE INSPIRES EVEN THOSE ON FOOT
DISEMBARKING AT NEW YORK
THE DOWN-TOWN BROADWAY OF CROWDED SKY-SCRAPERS
BROADWAY ON ELECTION NIGHT
A BUSY DAY ON THE CURB MARKET
A WELL-KNOWN WALL STREET CHARACTER
THE SKY-SCRAPERS OF LOWER NEW YORK AT NIGHT
A WINTER MORNING IN LINCOLN PARK, CHICAGO
A RIVER-FRONT HARMONY IN BLACK AND WHITE—CHICAGO
THE APPROACH TO THE CAPITOL
ON PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
ON THE STEPS OF THE PORTICO—THE CAPITOL
UNDER THE GREAT DOME OF THE CAPITOL
THE PROMENADE—CITY POINT, BOSTON
THE BOSTON YACHT CLUB—OVERLOOKING THE HARBOR
AT MORN POURING CONFIDENCES INTO HER TELEPHONE
LUNCHEON IN A DOWN-TOWN CLUB
A YOUNG WOMAN WAS JUST FINISHING A FLORID SONG
ABSORBED IN THAT WONDROUS SATISFYING HOBBY
IN THE PARLOR-CAR
BREAKFAST EN ROUTE
IN THE SUBWAY ONE ENCOUNTERS AN INSISTENT, HURRYING STREAM
THE STRAP-HANGERS
THE PASSENGERS ON THE ELEVATED AT NIGHT ARE ODDLY ASSORTED
THE RESTAURANT OF A GREAT HOTEL IS BUT ONE FEATURE OF ITS SPLENDOR
THE HORSE-SHOWS ARE WONDROUS DISPLAYS OF FASHION
THE SENSE OF A MIGHTY AND CULMINATING EVENT SHARPENED THE AIR
THE VICTORS LEAVING THE FIELD
UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS—UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
MITCHELL TOWER AND HUTCHINSON COMMONS—UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
PART OF THE DAILY ROUND OF THE INDOMITABLE NEW YORK WOMAN
THE ASTOUNDING POPULOUSNESS OF THE EAST SIDE






HUGO

A Fantasia On Modern Themes

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS


PART I

THE SEALED ROOMS

I. THE DOME
II. THE ESTABLISHMENT
III. HUGO EXPLAINS HIMSELF
IV. CAMILLA
V. A STORY AND A DISAPPEARANCE
VI. A LAPSE FROM AN IDEAL
VII. POSSIBLE ESCAPE OF SECRETS
VIII. ORANGE-BLOSSOM
IX. 'WHICH?'
X. THE COFFIN

PART II

THE PHONOGRAPH

XI. SALE
XII. SAFE DEPOSIT
XIII. MR. GALPIN
XIV. TEA
XV. RAVENGAR IN CAPTIVITY
XVI. BURGLARS
XVII. POLYCARP AND HAWKE'S MAN
XVIII. HUSBAND AND WIFE
XIX. WHAT THE PHONOGRAPH SAID

PART III

THE TOMB

XX. 'ARE YOU THERE?'
XXI. SUICIDE
XXII. DARCY
XXIII. FIRST TRIUMPH OF SIMON
XXIV. THE LODGING-HOUSE
XXV. CHLOROFORM
XXVI. SECOND TRIUMPH OF SIMON
XXVII. THE CEMETERY
XXVIII. BEAUTY






BOOKS AND PERSONS

Being Comments On A Past Epoch 1908-1911

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

PREFATORY NOTE

1908

WILFRED WHITTEN'S PROSE
UGLINESS IN FICTION
LETTERS OF QUEEN VICTORIA
FRENCH PUBLISHERS
WORDSWORTH'S SINGLE LINES
NOVELISTS AND AGENTS
THE NOVEL OF THE SEASON
GERMAN EXPANSION
THE BOOK-BUYER
JOSEPH CONRAD & THE ATHENÆUM
THE PROFESSORS
MRS. HUMPHRY WARD'S HEROINES
W.W. JACOBS AND ARISTOPHANES
KENNETH GRAHAME
ANATOLE FRANCE
INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY
MALLARMÉ, BAZIN, SWINBURNE
THE RUINED SEASON

1909

ECCE HOMO
HENRY OSPOVAT
FRENCH AND BRITISH ACADEMIES
POE AND THE SHORT STORY
MIDDLE-CLASS
THE POTENTIAL PUBLIC
H.G. WELLS
TCHEHKOFF
THE SURREY LABOURER
SWINBURNE
THE SEVENPENNIES
MEREDITH
ST. JOHN HANKIN
UNCLEAN BOOKS
LOVE POETRY
TROLLOPE'S METHODS
CHESTERTON AND LUCAS
OFFICIAL RECOGNITION OF POETRY
ARTISTS AND CRITICS
RUDYARD KIPLING
CENSORSHIP BY THE LIBRARIES

1910

CENSORSHIP BY THE LIBRARIES
BRIEUX
C.E. MONTAGUE
PUBLISHERS AND AUTHORS
TOURGENIEV AND DOSTOIEVSKY
JOHN GALSWORTHY
SUPPRESSIONS IN "DE PROFUNDIS"
HOLIDAY READING
THE BRITISH ACADEMY OF LETTERS
UNFINISHED PERUSALS
MR. A.C. BENSON
THE LITERARY PERIODICAL
THE LENGTH OF NOVELS
ARTISTS AND MONEY
HENRI BECQUE
HENRY JAMES
ENGLISH LITERARY CRITICISM
MRS. ELINOR GLYN
W.H. HUDSON
NEO-IMPRESSIONISM AND LITERATURE

1911

BOOKS OF THE YEAR
"THE NEW MACHIAVELLI"
SUCCESS IN JOURNALISM
MARGUERITE AUDOUX
JOHN MASEFIELD
LECTURES AND STATE PERFORMANCES
A PLAY OF TCHEHKOFF'S
SEA AND SLAUGHTER
A BOOK IN A RAILWAY ACCIDENT
"FICTION" AND "LITERATURE"


INDEX






THE GHOST

A Modern Fantasy

By Arnold Bennett

1911



CONTENTS

    CHAPTER PAGE
       
I.   My Splendid Cousin 1
II.   At The Opera 15
III.   The Cry of Alresca 37
IV.   Rosa's Summons 53
V.   The Dagger and the Man 69
VI.   Alresca's Fate 97
VII.   The Vigil by the Bier 122
VIII.   The Message 134
IX.   The Train 150
X.   The Steamer 172
XI.   A Chat with Rosa 196
XII.   Egg-and-milk 210
XIII.   The Portrait 224
XIV.   The Villa 237
XV.   The Sheath of the Dagger 249
XVI.   The Thing in the Chair 260
XVII.   The Menace 273
XVIII.   The Struggle 286
XIX.   The Intercession 298






MENTAL EFFICIENCY

And Other Hints To Men And Women

Arnold Bennett

1911



CONTENTS


    Page
I. Mental Efficiency 7
  The Appeal 7
  The Replies 13
  The Cure 19
  Mental Calisthenics 24
II. Expressing One's Individuality 32
III. Breaking with the Past 39
IV. Settling Down in Life 45
V. Marriage 53
  The Duty of It 53
  The Adventure of It 59
  The Two Ways of It 65
VI. Books 72
  The Physical Side 72
  The Philosophy of Book Buying 78
VII. Success 84
  Candid Remarks 84
  The Successful and the Unsuccessful 91
  The Inwardness of Success 97
VIII. The Petty Artificialities 104
IX. The Secret of Content 112






A GREAT MAN

A Frolic

By Arnold Bennett

1904



CONTENTS






ANNA OF THE FIVE TOWNS

By Arnold Bennett



CONTENTS

CHAPTER  
I.   THE KINDLING OF LOVE
II.   THE MISER'S DAUGHTER
III.   THE BIRTHDAY
IV.   A VISIT
V.   THE REVIVAL
VI.   WILLIE
VII.   THE SEWING MEETING
VIII.   ON THE BANK
IX.   THE TREAT
X.   THE ISLE
XI.   THE DOWNFALL
XII.   AT THE PRIORY
XIII.   THE BAZAAR
XIV.   END OF A SIMPLE SOUL














FROM THE LOG OF THE VELSA

By Arnold Bennett

Pictures By E. A. Rickards

And A Frontispiece By The Author

1914



CONTENTS

FROM THE LOG OF THE VELSA

PART I HOLLAND

CHAPTER I—VOYAGING ON THE CANALS

CHAPTER II—DUTCH LEISURE

CHAPTER III—DUTCH WORK

CHAPTER IV—THE ZUYDER ZEE

CHAPTER V—SOME TOWNS

CHAPTER VI—MUSEUMS


PART II—THE BALTIC

CHAPTER VII—THE YACHT I LOST

CHAPTER VIII—BALTIC COMMUNITIES

CHAPTER IX—A day’s SAIL


PART III COPENHAGEN

CHAPTER X—THE DANISH CAPITAL

CHAPTER XI—CAFÉS AND RESTAURANTS

CHAPTER XII—ARISTOCRACY AND ART

CHAPTER XIII—THE RETURN


PART IV—ON THE FRENCH AND FLEMISH COAST

CHAPTER XIV—FOLKESTONE TO BOULOGNE

CHAPTER XV—TO BELGIUM

CHAPTER XVI—BRUGES


PART V—EAST ANGLIAN ESTUARIES

CHAPTER XVII EAST ANGLIA

CHAPTER XVIII—IN SUFFOLK

CHAPTER XIX—THE INCOMPARABLE BLACKWATER














TERESA OF WATLING STREET

A Fantasia On Modern Themes

By Arnold Bennett

With Eight Illustrations By Frank Gillett

1904



CONTENTS

TERESA OF WATLING STREET

CHAPTER I—THE BANK

CHAPTER II—THE CIRCUS

CHAPTER III—CHINK OF COINS

CHAPTER IV—MR. PUDDEPHATT

CHAPTER V—FIRE

CHAPTER VI—THE DESIRE FOR SILVER

CHAPTER VII—NOLAN

CHAPTER VIII—THE PEER’S ADVICE

CHAPTER IX—A VISIT

CHAPTER X—MONEY-MAKING

CHAPTER XI—END OF THE NIGHT

CHAPTER XII—THE NAPOLEON

CHAPTER XIII—THE VASE

CHAPTER XIV—FEATHERSTONE’S RECITAL

CHAPTER XV—ARRIVAL OF SIMON

CHAPTER XVI—THE INTERVIEW

CHAPTER XVII—THE CLOSE






THE CITY OF PLEASURE

A Fantasia on Modern Themes

By Arnold Bennett

1907





CONTENTS

THE CITY OF PLEASURE


PART I—CARPENTARIA

CHAPTER I—Over the City

CHAPTER II—Interviewed

CHAPTER III—Inspiration

CHAPTER IV—Mrs. Ilam

CHAPTER V—The Band

CHAPTER VI—The Black Burden

CHAPTER VII—The Cut

CHAPTER VIII—Disappearance of Juliette

CHAPTER IX—The Dead Dog

CHAPTER X—A Pinch of Snuff

CHAPTER XI—The Return to Life

CHAPTER XII—On the Wheel

CHAPTER XIII—Performances of Mr. Jetsam


PART II—THE TWINS

CHAPTER XIV—Entry of the Twins

CHAPTER XV—Proposal of Josephus

CHAPTER XVI—The Box

CHAPTER XVII—The Man on the Balcony

CHAPTER XVIII—An Arrangement for a Marriage

CHAPTER XIX—The Heart of the City

CHAPTER XX—What Jetsam Wanted

CHAPTER XXI—Interrupting a Concert

CHAPTER XXII—Carpentaria as Detective

CHAPTER XXIII—The Talk in the Garden


PART III—JETSAM

CHAPTER XXIV—The Boat

CHAPTER XXV—-A Wholesale Departure

CHAPTER XXVI—The Empty Bedroom

CHAPTER XXVII—The Photograph

CHAPTER XXVIII—The Dead March

CHAPTER XXIX—Mr. Jetsam’s Recital

CHAPTER XXX—The Words of Mrs. Ilam

CHAPTER XXXI—Unison














PARIS NIGHTS

And Other Impressions of Places and People

By Arnold Bennett

MCMXIII



CONTENTS

PARIS NIGHTS—1910

I—ARTISTIC EVENING

II—THE VARIÉTIÉS

III—EVENING WITH EXILES

IV—BOURGEOIS

V—CAUSE CÉLÈBRE

VI—RUSSIAN IMPERIAL BALLET AT THE OPERA

LIFE IN LONDON—1911

I—THE RESTAURANT

II—BY THE RIVER

III—THE CLUB

IV—THE CIRCUS

V—THE BANQUET

VI—ONE OF THE CROWD

ITALY—1910

I—NIGHT AND MORNING IN FLORENCE

II—THE SEVENTH OF MAY, 1910

III—MORE ITALIAN OPERA

THE RIVIERA—1907

I—THE HÔTEL TRISTE

II—WAR!

III-“MONTE”

IV—A DIVERSION AT SAN REMO

FONTAINEBLEAU—1904-1909

I—FIRST JOURNEY INTO THE FOREST

II—SECOND JOURNEY INTO THE FOREST

III—THE CASTLE GARDENS

IV—AN ITINERARY

SWITZERLAND—1909-1911

I—THE HOTEL ON THE LANDSCAPE

II—THE EGOIST

III—THE BLAND WANDERER

IV—ON A MOUNTAIN

ENGLAND AGAIN—1907

I—THE GATE OF THE EMPIRE

II—AN ESTABLISHMENT

III—AMUSEMENTS

IV—MANCHESTER

V—LONDON

VI—INDUSTRY

THE MIDLANDS—1910-1911

I—THE HANBRIDGE EMPIRE

II—THE MYSTERIOUS PEOPLE

III—FIRST VOYAGE TO THE ISLE OF MAN

IV—THE ISLAND BOARDING-HOUSE

V—TEN HOURS AT BLACKPOOL

THE BRITISH HOME—1908

I—AN EVENING AT THE SMITHS’

II—THE GREAT MANNERS QUESTION

III—SPENDING-AND GETTING VALUE

IV—THE PARENTS

V—HAMIT’S POINT OF VIEW

VI—THE FUTURE

STREETS ROADS AND TRAINS—1907-1909

I—IN WATLING STREET

II—STREET TALKING

III—ON THE ROAD

IV—A TRAIN

V—ANOTHER TRAIN












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