named her daughter after Charlotte Brontë
's character. The child Shirley Catlin was already a Roman Catholic
, a role she later combined with that of social democrat. She came second to Elizabeth Taylor
Performance of text
The film adaptation of EB
's National Velvet, starring the young and then unknown Elizabeth Taylor
, premiered at Radio City Music Hall
in New York. It opened in Britain the same month.
Sebba, Anne. Enid Bagnold: The Authorized Biography. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1986.
continues to protest the wrongs of others and of herself. The Diamonds on Liz's Bosom (referencing film star Elizabeth Taylor
and diamond-mining in Africa) says wryly: Oh, those Africans! / Everywhere you...
British Books in Print. J. Whitaker and Sons, 1874–1987.
Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series. Gale Research, 1981.
Eckley, Grace. Edna O’Brien. Bucknell University Press, 1974.
As a book it makes barely a hundred pages in largish type. Macmillan
's London edition followed in September, with a slightly reduced print-run of 15,000. The dedication to Dario Ambrosiani
on its first appearance...