Self and Self-management: Essays about Existing

Bennett's essays always provide food for thought and bring a wry smile to the lips. Human nature, it appears, changes little over the ages, and Bennett, as always, stands the test of time, though in the case of some of the essays in this eclectic collection, it is well to remember that they were written at the time of the First World War and the fight for women's suffrage. (Summary by Ruth Golding)

6 chapters
1 Running Away from Life
2 Some Axioms about War-work
3 The Diary Habit
4 A Dangerous Lecture to a Young Woman
5 The Complete Fusser
6 The Meaning of Frocks