Enoch Arnold Bennett 27 May 1867 – 27 March 1931 was an English author, best known as a novelist who wrote prolifically. 

Between the 1890s and the 1930s he completed 34 novels, seven volumes of short stories, 13 plays (some in collaboration with other writers), and a daily journal totalling more than a million words. He wrote articles and stories for more than 100 newspapers and periodicals, worked in and briefly ran the Ministry of Information in the First World War, and wrote for the cinema in the 1920s. Sales of his books were substantial and he was the most financially successful British author of his day.


A Man from the North

Anna of the Five Towns

The Grand Babylon Hotel

The Gates of Wrath


A Great Man

Teresa of Watling Street

Sacred and Profane Love


Whom God Hath Joined

The Sinews of War

The Ghost

The City of Pleasure

The Statue

Buried Alive

The Old Wives' Tale

The Glimpse

Helen with a High Hand


The Card

Hilda Lessways

The Regent

The Price of Love

These Twain

The Lion's Share

The Pretty Lady

The Roll-Call

Mr Prohack


Riceyman Steps

Lord Raingo

The Vanguard


Imperial Palace

Dream of Destiny