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ISBN:
0297789910
Author:
Anne Sebba
Category:
Arts & Literature
Language:
English
Publisher:
Weidenfeld and Nicolson; First Edition edition (1986)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This lively biography reveals a passionate woman who was painfully aware of the difficulties of living as a writer and as a wife and mother. Times This remarkable biography brings to life one of the most active and gifted women of her generation. Best known as the author of National Velvet and The Chalk Garden.

Enid Bagnold biography highlights. She remains best known as the author of the children’s novel National Velvet. The hugely successful film version of National Velvet (1944) gave the young Elizabeth Taylor her first starring film role. Bagnold’s first book was Diary Without Dates, a controversial 1918 novel about the suffering of soldiers during World War I. Her play, The Chalk Garden, premiered on Broadway in 1955, and also went on to be a film. Bagnold’s prickly personality put her at odds with her literary contemporaries, who called her a demon lady and a monster.

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ENID BAGNOLD By Anne Sebba. Enid Bagnold had four children and became a passionate mother with advanced and publicly aired views on child welfare. LAST but not least there is the work. Yet, other than in a fleeting and elliptical paragraph, and a few subsequent sentences, the question of her third child's mental retardation is not mentioned. How bitter a blow to such a woman to acknowledge that her son would do better living away with his nurse. After four successful books - ''Diary Without Dates,'' ''Serena Blandish,'' ''National Velvet'' and ''The. Squire'' - Bagnold moved on to play writing.

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Times Anne Sebba explores the remarkable life of the gifted authoress of National Velvet and The Chalk Garden. Enid Bagnold was born in 1889 and resolved from an early age to have it all: literary acclaim, social success, motherhood, marriage and lovers. She painted with Sickert, was sculpted by Brzeska, dallied with Frank Harris, and worked as a VAD during the First World War, later writing a famous exposé of hospital cruelty. An extremely readable and often revelatory book that portrays not only. but also the complex social period through which she lived. Financial Time. more).

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Anne Sebba (1986) "Enid Bagnold, The Authorised Biography" Lenemaja Friedman (1986) "Enid Bagnold". gutenberg authorid Enid Bagnoldname Enid Bagnold ibdb nameid 5405name Enid Bagnold imdb name id 0046779name Enid Bagnold. Enid Bagnold - (27 octobre 1889 31 mars 1981) est un auteur britannique de romans et de pièces de théâtre, connue particulièrement pour son livre National Velvet qui a été filmé en 1944 avec Elizabeth Taylor et dont le titre français est Le Grand National.

This lively biography reveals a passionate woman who was painfully aware of the difficulties of living as a writer and as a wife and mother". Anne Sebba explores the remarkable life of the gifted authoress of "National Velvet" and "The Chalk Garden". Enid Bagnold was born in 1889 and resolved from an early age to have it all: literary acclaim, social success, motherhood, marriage and lovers

Physical description; xiii, 317 p., [16] p. of plates : ill, ports, 1 geneal. table ; 25 cm. Notes; Bibliography: p. 270. - Includes index. Subjects; Bagnold, Enid - Biography. Bagnold, Enid (1889-1981) - Biography. Authors, English - 20th century - Biography. Fiction in English - Bagnold, Enid - (1889-1981) - Biographies. Fiction in English - Bagnold, Enid - Biographies. Genres; Biography. Illustrated.