Standard Name: Bagnold, Enid
Birth Name: Enid Algerine Bagnold
Pseudonym: A Lady of Quality
Married Name: Enid Algerine Jones
Titled: Enid Algerine, Lady Jones
National Velvet (1935), popularized as a novel for children though it was meant for adults, and The Chalk Garden, a long-running play first performed in 1955. In addition to novels and plays, wrote a World War One memoir, two volumes of poetry, a children's book, an autobiography, and several articles (one of them notorious). Her works are often set in an upper-class milieu and make use of deliberately stilted language, eccentric characters, and absurd situations. While feminists must enjoy her unconventional female characters, especially older women and teenagers, her treatment of racial issues and homosexuality has caused offence.experienced both dazzling successes and spectacular flops in the course of her writing career, which spanned much of the twentieth century. Her best-known works are
Bagnold, Enid. A Diary Without Dates. W. Heinemann, 1918.
Bagnold, Enid. A Matter of Gravity. Heinemann, 1978.
Bagnold, Enid. Alice and Thomas and Jane. W. Heinemann, 1930.
Bagnold, Enid. “Call Me Jacky”. Four Plays, Heinemann, 1970, pp. 256-3.
Bagnold, Enid. Enid Bagnold’s Autobiography (from 1889). Heinemann, 1969.
Calder-Marshall, Arthur, and Enid Bagnold. “Foreword”. The Girl’s Journey, Heinemann, 1954, p. vii - xi.
Bagnold, Enid. Four Plays. Little, Brown, 1971.
Bagnold, Enid. “In Germany Today—Hitler’s New Form of Democracy”. Sunday Times.
Bagnold, Enid, and Laurian Jones. National Velvet. W. Heinemann, 1935.
Bagnold, Enid. Poems. Whittington Press and W. Heinemann, 1978.
Bagnold, Enid. Serena Blandish. W. Heinemann, 1924.
Bagnold, Enid. The Chalk Garden. Heinemann, 1956.
Bagnold, Enid. The Chinese Prime Minister. Samuel French, 1964.
Bagnold, Enid. The Happy Foreigner. William Heinemann, 1920.
Bagnold, Enid. “The Last Joke”. Four Plays, Heinemann, 1970, pp. 85-164.
Bagnold, Enid. The Loved and Envied. Heinemann, 1951.
Bagnold, Enid. The Squire. W. Heinemann, 1938.
Bagnold, Enid. Theatre. Doubleday, 1951.