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From The Journal of Arnold Bennett (New York: The Literary Guild, 1933) p. 633. On 24 July 1917 Bennett went to dine with J. M. Barrie, Shaw’s neighbour in Adelphi Terrace. Thomas Hardy, then seventy-seven, was staying with his wife at Barrie’s flat, and at dinner Bennett found him ‘very lively; talked like anything’.
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