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Enid Bagnold (October 1889 - 1981)

By Darren Barnett

Enid Bagnold (October 1889 - 1981)

Author and Playwright. Lived in Rottingdean.

Enid Bagnold was most famous for writing the book 'National Velvet' which was filmed in 1944 with Elizabeth Taylor on the lead role.

She lived at North End House in Rottingdean, (previously the home of Sir Edward Burne-Jones), the garden of which inspired her play 'The Chalk Garden'.

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This page was first added to the Deckchair website on 16/10/2008.

This page was amended on 14/01/2012
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