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by Arnold Bennett
Author of "Clayhanger". NEW YORK E. P. DUTTON & COMPANY 31 West Twenty-Third Street. The deeds of denry the audacious.
Author of "Clayhanger". The Knickerbocker Press, New York.
But only Denry himself could appreciate fully how great Denry was, tohave . If he could haverisen every day at 4 .
But only Denry himself could appreciate fully how great Denry was, tohave snatched such a wondrous victory out of such a humiliating defeat! His chin slowly disappeared from view under a quite presentable beard. and stayed up working every night till 4 . he might have got through most of the labour.
And Denry would bestow all these wondrous benefits on the working-manwithout any charge whatever. Every penny that members paid in, memberswould draw out. The affair was enormously philanthropic. Denry's modest remuneration was to come from the shopkeepers upon whomhis scheme would shower new custom. They were to allow him at leasttwopence in the shilling discount on all transactions, which would bemore than sixteen per cent. He calculated that out of fifty per cent
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Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III.PANTECHNICON " How do you do, Miss Earp? " said Denry, in a worldly manner which he had acquired for himself by taking the most effective features of the manners of several prominent citizens, and piecing them together so that as a whole they formed Denry's manner
Bennett Arnold Denry the Audacious "I 've told ye about my son Jack. He 's been playing six weeks. He starts to-day, and he 'll gi' me summat Saturday. That won't do," said Denry, curtly and kindly.
Bennett Arnold Denry the Audacious. III. The next crucial event in Denry's career happened one Monday morning, in a cottage that was very much smaller even than his mother's. I 've told ye about my son Jack.
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Arnold Bennett was an English writer best known as a novelist, but he started working in journalism when he won a literary competition hosted by Tit-Bits magazine. During the war he became the Director of Propaganda for France as well as working in film.
Arnold Bennett was a prolific British writer who penned dozens of works across all genres, from adventurous fiction to propaganda and nonfiction. He wrote plays like Judith and historical novels like Tales of the Five Towns. Arnold Bennett was an English writer best known as a novelist, but he started working in journalism when he won a literary competition hosted by Tit-Bits magazine.
Denry the Audacious - Arnold Bennett. Following his education in, Bennett began working for his father, often performing uncongenial tasks, like rent-collecting, and toiling for little pay. Bennett resented this and the theme of parental miserliness can be seen in his later works of fiction. He left his father’s employment at the age of 21 to go and work in London as a solicitor’s clerk. In 1889, Bennett won a literary competition in Tit-bits magazine and this encouraged him to take up journalism as a career.
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