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Enid Blyton

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Enid Blyton
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Her declining health and a falling off in readership among older children have been put forward as the principal reasons for this change in trend.

In May the following year she published Mixed Bag , a song book with music written by her nephew Carey, and in August she released her last full-length books, The Man Who Stopped to Help and The Boy Who Came Back.

Blyton cemented her reputation as a children's writer when in she took over the editing of Sunny Stories , a magazine that typically included the re-telling of legends, myths, stories and other articles for children.

Three years later she began contributing a weekly page in the magazine, in which she published letters from her fox terrier dog Bobs.

Sunny Stories was renamed Enid Blyton's Sunny Stories in January , and served as a vehicle for the serialisation of Blyton's books.

Her first Naughty Amelia Jane story, about an anti-heroine based on a doll owned by her daughter Gillian, [61] was published in the magazine. Noddy made his first appearance in the Sunday Graphic in , the same year as Blyton's first daily Noddy strip for the London Evening Standard.

Blyton worked in a wide range of fictional genres, from fairy tales to animal, nature, detective, mystery, and circus stories, but she often "blurred the boundaries" in her books, and encompassed a range of genres even in her short stories.

In a letter to the psychologist Peter McKellar, [b] Blyton describes her writing technique:. In another letter to McKellar she describes how in just five days she wrote the 60,word book The River of Adventure , the eighth in her Adventure Series , [69] by listening to what she referred to as her "under-mind", [70] which she contrasted with her "upper conscious mind".

Blyton had "thought it was made up of every experience she'd ever had, everything she's seen or heard or read, much of which had long disappeared from her conscious memory" but never knew the direction her stories would take.

Blyton further explained in her biography that "If I tried to think out or invent the whole book, I could not do it.

For one thing, it would bore me and for another, it would lack the 'verve' and the extraordinary touches and surprising ideas that flood out from my imagination.

Blyton's daily routine varied little over the years. She usually began writing soon after breakfast, with her portable typewriter on her knee and her favourite red Moroccan shawl nearby; she believed that the colour red acted as a "mental stimulus" for her.

Stopping only for a short lunch break she continued writing until five o'clock, by which time she would usually have produced 6,—10, words.

A article in The Malay Mail considers Blyton's children to have "lived in a world shaped by the realities of post-war austerity", enjoying freedom without the political correctness of today, which serves modern readers of Blyton's novels with a form of escapism.

There is always a strong moral framework in which bravery and loyalty are eventually rewarded". Victor Watson, Assistant Director of Research at Homerton College, Cambridge , believes that Blyton's works reveal an "essential longing and potential associated with childhood", and notes how the opening pages of The Mountain of Adventure present a "deeply appealing ideal of childhood".

It takes its readers on a roller-coaster story in which the darkness is always banished; everything puzzling, arbitrary, evocative is either dismissed or explained".

Watson further notes how Blyton often used minimalist visual descriptions and introduced a few careless phrases such as "gleamed enchantingly" to appeal to her young readers.

From the mids rumours began to circulate that Blyton had not written all the books attributed to her, a charge she found particularly distressing. She published an appeal in her magazine asking children to let her know if they heard such stories and, after one mother informed her that she had attended a parents' meeting at her daughter's school during which a young librarian had repeated the allegation, [80] Blyton decided in to begin legal proceedings.

Enid's Conservative personal politics were often in view in her fiction. In The Mystery of the Missing Necklace a The Five Find-Outers installment , she uses the character of young Elizabeth "Bets" to give a statement praising Winston Churchill and describing the politician as a "statesman".

Blyton felt a responsibility to provide her readers with a positive moral framework, and she encouraged them to support worthy causes.

But they are intensely interested in animals and other children and feel compassion for the blind boys and girls, and for the spastics who are unable to walk or talk.

Blyton and the members of the children's clubs she promoted via her magazines raised a great deal of money for various charities; according to Blyton, membership of her clubs meant "working for others, for no reward".

The largest of the clubs she was involved with was the Busy Bees, the junior section of the People's Dispensary for Sick Animals , which Blyton had actively supported since The club had been set up by Maria Dickin in , [85] and after Blyton publicised its existence in the Enid Blyton Magazine it attracted , members in three years.

The Famous Five series gathered such a following that readers asked Blyton if they might form a fan club. She agreed, on condition that it serve a useful purpose, and suggested that it could raise funds for the Shaftesbury Society Babies' Home [d] in Beaconsfield, on whose committee she had served since By the Famous Five Club had a membership of ,, and was growing at the rate of 6, new members a year.

Blyton capitalised upon her commercial success as an author by negotiating agreements with jigsaw puzzle and games manufacturers from the late s onwards; by the early s some different companies were involved in merchandising Noddy alone.

The first card game, Faraway Tree, appeared from Pepys in In Bestime released the first four jigsaw puzzles of the Secret Seven, and the following year a Secret Seven card game appeared.

Bestime released the Little Noddy Car Game in and the Little Noddy Leap Frog Game in , and in American manufacturer Parker Brothers released Little Noddy's Taxi Game, a board game which features Noddy driving about town, picking up various characters.

Arrow Games became the chief producer of Noddy jigsaws in the late s and early s. The first adventure game book of the series, The Wreckers' Tower Game , was published in October On 28 August Blyton married Major Hugh Alexander Pollock , DSO — at Bromley Register Office, without inviting her family.

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The River of Adventure , The Circus of Adventure and others. Can someone help me here? I would be extremely grateful. Barney says: You should be able to order the books from a bookshop, Sunita, or buy them secondhand online.

There isn't a book called The Secret River , though there's a river in The Secret of Killimooin which has also been published under the title The Secret Forest.

Did Enid Blyton write about a type of food which, when you ate it, changed flavour with every bite? Was it in a Faraway Tree story? Willard Price.

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Feb 29, PM. Read all of Blyton's as a nipper - secret seven was IT for me. Malory towers is the best of all!! Mar 01, AM. For me it was the Famous Five and the St.

Clare's series in their German incarnations, "Fünf Freunde" and "Hanni und Nanni," respectively. Mar 02, AM. I used to like the Famous Five but looking back it seems a bit kiddish!

Anyway St. Clare's series are also nice but very similar to Malory Towers! Mar 02, PM. Famous Five for me, with the added joy of reading the hardback original Hodder and Stoughton editions that my uncle lent me sans dustwrapper when I was a young lad - happy days.

I also recall reading Mr Twiddle too Mar 27, AM. I just loved Enid Blyton's books as a child! Only ones I think they had here in the states when I was growing up were the Famous Five - and they were hard to find.

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