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Blyton, Enid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishBlyton, EnidEnid BlytonBly‧ton, E‧nid /ˈblaɪtn, ˈiːnɪd/  (1897–1978) an English writer of books for children, who invented the characters noddy, the famous five, and the Secret Seven. Her books are very popular with children, but they have sometimes been criticized for showing women and girls in an old-fashioned way, for being racist, and for using very simple language.
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