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<>b>How to Live on 24 Hours a Day written by Arnold Bennett, is part of a larger work entitled How to Live.
The book has the following chapters:
•The Daily Miracle
•The Desire to Exceed One's Programme
•Precautions Before Beginning
•The Cause of the Trouble
•Tennis and the Immortal Soul
•Remember Human Nature
•Controlling the Mind
•The Reflective Mood
•Interest in the Arts
•Nothing in Life is Humdrum
•Dangers to Avoid
First published in the year 1910, renowned self-help inspirational books writer Arnold Bennett's book 'How to Live on 24 Hours a Day' guides the readers to manage their day in order to make full use of every minute.
Bennett is best known for his novels and short stories, many of which are set in a fictionalised version of the Potteries, which he called The Five Towns. He strongly believed that literature should be accessible to ordinary people, and he deplored literary cliques and élites. His books appealed to a wide public and sold in large numbers.
Enoch Arnold Bennett (27 May 1867 – 27 March 1931) was an English author, best known as a novelist. He was a prolific writer: between the start of his career in 1898 and his death he completed 34 novels, seven volumes of short stories, 13 plays (some in collaboration with other writers), and a daily journal of more than a million words. He wrote articles and stories for more than 100 different 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.
Anna of the Five Towns