Did Bennett Write Right?
Arnold Bennett, English novelist (1867 - 1931), once claimed the following...
A man of sixty has spent twenty years in bed and over three years in eating.
How could this "fact" be supported? That is, what assumptions are being made:
Lastly, what would be the translation of Bennett's statement into a dog's life?
- Number of hours slept each day?
- Number of meals per day?
- Length of each meal...the same?
- Are all of these assumptions applicable over all age ranges 1-60?