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These Twain (1916) is the third novel in the Clayhanger series. Edwin Clayhanger, having saved Hilda from destitution by marrying her, must now not only accept her son by a former lover, but also her outspokenness. Bennett’s title for this novel suggests the complexity of how Hilda and Edwin attempt to compromise their divergent attitudes for the sake of their marriage.
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.”