1918. Arnold Bennett was an English novelist, playwright, essayist, critic and journalist. By any standards, his output was prolific: thirty novels, almost three thousand articles, ten plays and many other writings. He was a bon viveur who enjoyed to the full the fruits of his hard work, his success and the acclaim accorded him. This is one of his nonfiction works. Contents: Running Away from Life; Some Axioms About War-Work; The Diary Habit; A Dangerous Lecture to a Young Woman; The Complete Fusser; and The Meaning of Frocks. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.