The study and appreciation of the life, works and times of Arnold Bennett

An Arnold Bennett Companion – Edited by John Shapcott

The Arnold Bennet Companion is the first critical overview of Bennett’s on-going significance as a figure of critical important for twenty-first century literary studies and debates.  The 14 in-depth chapters consider Bennett’s work in relation to such issues as literary aesthetic theories, political and cultural movements and practices, book design, cinema, religion, warfare, censorship, self-help, and a regional and cosmopolitan sense of place. 

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