Against a brilliantly observed background of life in the Staffordshire Potteries, "Anna Of The Five Towns" is both a novel about a gossipy, myopic, savage community and at its heart a young girl dominated by her miserly father. Bennett's portrait of Anna as a spirited, subtle, complex modern woman makes this book as absorbing and moving today as when it was first written.
Arnold Bennett (1867-1931) was for some thirty years the dominant British novelist and critic. His greatest novels are ANNA OF THE FIVE TOWNS, THE OLD WIVES' TALE and RICEYMAN STEPS.
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