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Enid Bagnold (1889–1981)

Author of National Velvet

Includes the names: Enid Bagnld, Enid Bagnold, Enid Badnold

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Having worked as a volunteer nurse and ambulance driver in World War I and written about it (Diary Without Dates, The Happy Foreigner), Enid Bagnold married Sir Roderick Jones, head of the Reuters News Agency, in 1920. She published her most famous novel, National Velvet, in 1935. She also wrote several popular plays.
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