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Enid Bagnold - Author

Enid Bagnold (1889-1981) was an author and playwright.

Enid Bagnold began her writing career in August 1913 on a magazine entitled, Modern Society, where she was employed a staff writer.

Bagnold also wrote a number of plays including Lottie Dundass, The Chalk Garden and a Matter of Gravity.

Enid married Sir Roderick Jones, chairman of Reuters, and had four children. Mostly brought up in Jamaica, she lived in Kent and Sussex, with a spell serving in France as a nurse and driver during World War I.

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National Velvet
Enid Bagnold
A classic story which captures the magic of owning a horse and the breathless excitement of racing it. Velvet Brown is horse mad and when she wins a strange piebald horse in a raffle, she knows that he is something...
Lovereading Price: £7.99 - Saving £2.00 (20%) Featured in: 9+ readers
Format: Hardback | Released 01/10/2012
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National Velvet
Enid Bagnold
This is the most famous horse racing story ever put into print. A real exhilarating ride that features Velvet, a girl whose belief in a horse's ability to win the greatest race – the Grand National – in spite of...
Lovereading Price: £5.59 - Saving £1.40 (20%) Featured in: 9+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 05/11/2007
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