The Unequal Yoke

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The Unequal Yoke

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"I feel conscious of sin in regard to your manuscripts. With reference to An Unequal Yoke I knew that Young was bitten by it, & so asked him to supper & whiskey just in order to finish the matter up. Unfortunately some other men took it into their heads also to call that night & we couldn?t say a word together. . . . Touching Toddles: A Nuisance I have read this with great pleasure, & if Toddles is Claude, I want to know him instantly, forthwith, and immediately. . . . This book will sell all right: Constables; Hutchinsons; A.D. Innes? A. & C. Black ; J.M. Dent & Co; might be tried."

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Notes
editor's note: Mrs H. H. Penrose (May Elizabeth Penrose, b. 1860) novelist and historian, was an intimate friend of Bennett's. She was an occasional contributor to Woman.

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Accessed on 2019/12/06 21:53:16

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The Unequal Yoke

Reading experience
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Evidence

"I feel conscious of sin in regard to your manuscripts. With reference to An Unequal Yoke I knew that Young was bitten by it, & so asked him to supper & whiskey just in order to finish the matter up. Unfortunately some other men took it into their heads also to call that night & we couldn?t say a word together. . . . Touching Toddles: A Nuisance I have read this with great pleasure, & if Toddles is Claude, I want to know him instantly, forthwith, and immediately. . . . This book will sell all right: Constables; Hutchinsons; A.D. Innes? A. & C. Black ; J.M. Dent & Co; might be tried."

Source

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Aged 30 [Experience in 1897, born in 1867]

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Notes
editor's note: Mrs H. H. Penrose (May Elizabeth Penrose, b. 1860) novelist and historian, was an intimate friend of Bennett's. She was an occasional contributor to Woman.

How to cite this record

You can copy this item for personal use, share it, and post it on a blog or website. It cannot be used commercially without permission. Please ensure the following credit accompanies it:

Letters of Arnold Bennett Vol.II 1889-1915
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/65136
Accessed on 2019/12/06 21:53:16

Related place
England
Related people
Bennett, Arnold
Related text or manuscript
Letters of Arnold Bennett Vol.II 1889-1915
Related place
England
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