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Cartland, Barbara, 1902-2000

LC control no.n 78087632
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6005.A765
Personal name headingCartland, Barbara, 1902-2000
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Variant(s)Cartland, Mary Barbara Hamilton, 1902-2000
McCorquodale, Barbara Hamilton Cartland, 1902-2000
Kartland, Barbara, 1902-2000
Kartlend, Barbara, 1902-2000
Kartlend, B. (Barbara), 1902-2000
Картленд, Барбара, 1902-2000
Belfry, Marcus, 1902-2000
Birth date1901-07-09
Death date2000-05-21
Place of birthEdgbaston (England)
Place of deathHatfield (Hertfordshire, England)
Field of activityRomance fiction
Profession or occupationAuthors Composers Poets Dramatists Journalists Philanthropists
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project
Non-Latin script reference not evaluated
Found inHer Jig-saw ... 1925.
Prizrak v Monte-Karlo, 1995: t.p. (Barbara Kartland)
Prekrasnai︠a︡ avanti︠u︡ristka, 1996: t.p. (Barbara Kartlend)
Washington post, 22 May 2000: obit. (Dame Barbara Cartland, 98, died May 21, 2000; in London; author of 723 books published in 36 languages; born Mary Barbara Hamilton Cartland in Birmingham, England; married Alexander McCorquodale 1927, divorced 1933; in 1936 married Alexander's cousin, Hugh McCorquodale; 1991 Dame Commander of the British Empire; author of non-fiction as well as romance novels; step-grandmother of Princess Diana of Wales)
Dinastii︠a︡ li︠u︡bvi, 2000: t.p. (Barbara Kartlend) verso t.p. (Kartlend B.)
Wikipedia, Sept. 16, 2016 (Dame Barbara Cartland, DBE, CStJ (9 July 1901, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England- 21 May 2000, Camfield Place near Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England), born Mary Barbara Hamilton Cartland, was an English author of romance novels. As Barbara Cartland she is known for her numerous romantic novels, but she also wrote under her married name of Barbara McCorquodale and briefly under the pseudonym of Marcus Belfry. She wrote more than 700 books, as well as plays, music, verse, drama, magazine articles and operetta, and was a prominent philanthropist.)
Associated languageeng