Person    | Female  Born 28/11/1904  Died 30/6/1973

Nancy Mitford

Categories: Literature, Seriously Famous

Countries: France

Born 1 Graham Street (now Terrace) SW1 into the British aristocracy, the eldest of 7 siblings - see Diana for the list. Popularised U and non-U linguistic usage. Novels include: The Pursuit of Love (1945) (great fun, we recommend it) and Love in a Cold Climate (1949). Died Versailles, France.

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