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'More than 40 years after her death, Enid Blyton's controversial tales still captivate children.' (Editor's abstract)


  • Children's writer Kate Forsyth and academic Paul Giles are two of those interviewed by Louise Schwartzkoff for this column.
  • Includes reference to the influence of Enid Blyton on Kate Forsyth and Paul Giles.

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    y separately published work icon The Sydney Morning Herald 30 June-1 July 2012 Z1871528 2012 newspaper issue 2012 pg. 10 Section: Spectrum
    Note: col. port. (Kate Forsyth and her daughter Ella)
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