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Bennett, Arnold, 1867-1931

LC control no.n 79095154
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6003.E6
Personal name headingBennett, Arnold, 1867-1931
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Variant(s)Bennett, Enoch Arnold, 1867-1931
Bennett, E. A. (Enoch Arnold), 1867-1931
Biography/History noteEnoch Arnold Bennett was born on 27 May 1867 in Hanley, Staffordshire England. He worked as the assistant editor for the periodical Woman beginning in 1894 and began writing serialized fiction and then novels. He moved to Paris in 1903 and served as the Director of Propaganda for the French Ministry of Information during the First World War. He died of typhoid at his home in Baker Street, London on 27 March 1931.
Associated countryGreat Britain
LocatedLondon, England
Paris, France
Birth date18670527
Death date19310327
Place of birthHanley, Stoke-on-Trent, England
Place of deathLondon, England
Field of activityFiction
AffiliationFrance. Ministè€re de l'information
Profession or occupationNovelists Periodical editors
Found inHis Fame and fiction ... 1901.
His A wayward duchess, ca. 1902: t.p. of ms. (E.A. Bennett)
LC in RLIN, 3/26/92 (hdg.: Bennett, Arnold, 1867-1931; usage: Arnold Bennett; E.A. Bennett)
Ox. companion Eng. lit. (Bennett, (Enoch) Arnold; b. 1867, nr. Hanley, Staffordshire; d. 1931; novelist, theater journalist, editor of periodical Woman)
His Wikipedia entry, viewed December 18, 2012 (Enoch Arnold Bennett (27 May 1867-27 March 1931); born in Hanley, Staffordshire, England; 1894 became the assistant editor of the periodical Woman; he began writing serials and moved to fiction novels; moved to Paris, France in 1903 where he was Director of Propaganda for France's Ministry of Information during World War I; he died of typhoid at his home in Baker Street, London)
Associated languageeng