Bagnold


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Bagnold

(ˈbæɡnəʊld)
n
(Biography) Enid (Algerine). 1889–1981, British novelist and playwright; her works include the novel National Velvet (1935) and the play The Chalk Garden (1955)
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In 1935, army officer Ralph Bagnold wrote his account of the explorations that he and his colleagues made into the Libyan Desert.
Merryman was the first of 38 consecutive O'Sullevan Grand National calls, so many of them soldered into the folk memory, not just of racing but of all televised sport: sensation with Foinavon, heartbreak with Crisp, elation with Red Rum, emotion with Aldaniti ("If it had been scripted by Enid Bagnold it would have been laughed off the shelves"), and fiasco in 1993.
It sounds trivial, but it's hard to do." Frank Ottiwell, an advisor of Bening's at ACT, recalls her first role as a company member, as Laurel in Enid Bagnold's The Chalk Garden.
For someone who is a past master at the big gesture, she painted most of her evening with swift, delicate strokes as she ranged from "Waltzing Matilda," the unofficial Australian national anthem that gives her show its title, to bits of Shakespeare's Cleopatra, Jean Brodie, Sarah Bernhard, Katharine Hephurn, Enid Bagnold, Medea -- and, of course, Maria Callas.
SAND, WIND, AND WAR by Ralph Bagnold (OUT OF PRINT)
A Enid Bagnold B Enid Blyton C Stella Gibbons D Daphne Du Maurier 13.
Born into an age when girls were prevented from riding under rules, she incarnates the kind of tale Enid Bagnold wrote of in National Velvet.
Finally, I would like to say how much I enjoyed the Archive on Ralph Bagnold (Desert driver) in the January issue.
C The Piebald (in National Velvet, by Enid Bagnold) 29.
This follows the announcement that the band will score Simon Bird's upcoming film,Days Of The Bagnold Summer.
In "Trauma, Ethics and the Body of War in Brittain, Borden and Bagnold," Carolina Sanchez addresses war trauma and vulnerability through three texts that, by deconstructing the rhetoric of masculinity and patriotism, suggest a "gendered intervention in the body politic" through ethics.
National Velvet (1935) by Enid Bagnold (G, 7.4, 1944)