First published in 1914, The Author’s Craft gathers four essays that reveal the essence of what Bennett learned as a practicing writer; namely, the importance of detailed observation, the art of writing a novel, the art of playwriting, and how a writer can best please his public.
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About the Author
Arnold Bennett (1867–1931) was a British writer whose prolific output included numerous works of fiction and nonfiction, literary criticism as well as theatre journalism, an opera, and a screenplay. English novelist Margaret Drabble says of him, “Bennett’s books I think are very fine indeed, on the highest level, deeply moving… I feel they have been underrated.”