Video programmes available to Arnold Bennett Society members for free download. In these stressful times I’m making available some Bennett-related archive-based video programmes as free downloads for personal viewing at home. These sidelights on Bennett were originally put together for various presentations, for capturing interviews – and also for fund-raising as DVDs to be able […]Read More
Welcome to the Arnold Bennett Society Website
Born, Enoch Arnold Bennett, on 27 May 1867 in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, Arnold left the ‘Potteries’ for London when he was 21 to become a solicitor’s clerk. After the publication of his first novel, A Man From The North, he never returned to live permanently in the Potteries, but his memorable childhood and early life there became the inspiration for his ‘Five Towns’ novels. He wrote The Old Wives’ Tale, considered his masterpiece, in 1908 while living in Fontainebleau, France.
Would you like to become a member of the Arnold Bennett Society?
- Receive a 40 plus page newsletter 3 times a year
- Attend various events that are held throughout the year
- Attend our annual AGM