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Who wrote "Anna of the Five Townes"?

Asked by DanielCarig, Last updated: Nov 20, 2022

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Answered Nov 12, 2017

The correct answer to the question is Arnold Bennett. Born Enoch Arnold Bennett on May 27, 1867 in Hanley, United Kingdom, he began his career when he won a literary competition in 1889 by Tit-Bits magazine. He then became an assistant editor of Woman magazine in 1894 and then wrote a serial which he sold for 75 pounds.

He then went on to write The Grand Babylon Hotel which was published in 1902 and A Man from the North sometime in 1906 before he focused on become a full-time writer. Anna of the Five Town was published in 1902 by Chatto & Windus which covers the story of Anna Tellwright whose actions were controlled by the Methodist church.

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Answered Aug 31, 2017

Arnold Bennett
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