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Margaret Powell (1907 – April 1984) was an English writer. Her book about her experiences in domestic service, Below Stairs, became a best-seller and she went on to write other books and became a television personality. Below Stairs was an impetus for Upstairs, Downstairs and the basis of Beryl's Lot, and is one of the inspirations of Downton Abbey.

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by Powell, Margaret, 1907-1984
London : Royal National Institute for the Blind, 1972
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by Powell, Margaret, 1907-1984
Edinburgh : Scottish Braille Press, 1971
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