Brown, Susan, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, eds. Arnold Bennett entry: Overview screen within Orlando: Women's Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Online, 2006. <http://orlando.cambridge.org/>. 19 May 2013.
By 15 April 1898
AB, already a successful journalist himself, published Journalism for Women: A Practical Guide
, a 'how to' volume meant to provide aspirants with practical information on becoming successful journalists.
AB's realist novel The Old Wives' Tale
was published. It established his name, and remains probably his best-known work.
By early October 1930
AB titled an ambitious novel, Imperial Palace
, from a phrase used by William Wordsworth
for the mysterious origins of the human individual.
Early on 27 March 1931
AB, novelist, died in London
after a long battle with typhoid fever (which he had contracted in France at the end of the previous year).