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Blyton phenomenon

the controversy surrounding the world"s most successful children"s writer

by Sheila G. Bannister Ray

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Published by Deutsch in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Blyton, Enid -- Criticism and interpretation.,
    • Children"s stories, English -- History and criticism.,
    • Women and literature -- England -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Children"s literature -- Authorship.,
    • Children -- Books and reading.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSheila G. Ray.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR6003.L8457 Z85 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 246 p. ;
      Number of Pages246
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3105521M
      ISBN 100233974415
      LC Control Number82212082

      Blyton published several further books featuring the character of Scamp the terrier, following on from The Adventures of Scamp, a novel she had released in under the pseudonym of Mary Pollock. Blyton’s books have been, and still are being, rewritten for the digital generation of young readers. Queen Victoria was still on the throne when Blyton was born in Her first published book was a collection of poetry called Child Whispers in

        Enid Blyton, wavy-haired text machine. fan's-eye view of the Blyton phenomenon and link themes in the stories with possible preoccupations in the author's subconscious, or .   The collection was bought by the Seven Stories children's book centre in Newcastle. Blyton, who died in , remains a children's favourite and a publishing phenomenon .

      Welcome to the Book Store featuring critically acclaimed books, new releases, recommendations from our editorial team and the best deals in books. Check back regularly to find your next favourite book.4/5. In her book The Blyton Phenomenon, Sheila Ray (a librarian herself) traces the evidence for this in some detail, and remains somewhat sceptical. It wasn’t until that the first well-documented evidence of a ban – or at least of librarians refusing to purchase Blyton’s books – can be identified in the UK, beginning in St. Pancras in.


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Ray. Ray, Sheila G. Bannister. Get this edition User activity. No better illustration of the continuing Blyton phenomenon is needed than a glance at what is available.

In British Books in PrintEnid Blyton covers two and a half pages. There are titles in print, many in more than one edition. Five leap on the Ladybird bandwagon: After THE book publishing phenomenon of Christmas, now even Enid Blyton gets the spoof 'adult' treatment Enid Blyton's Famous Five to.

The Blyton Phenomenon The controversy surrounding the world’s most successful children’s writer SHEILA G. RAY I. INTRODUCTION II. ENID BLYTON, THE LIBRARIANS, THE TEACHERS AND THE PARENTS 1.

The early years 2. The war years 3. The period of recovery 4. The second golden age 5. Bullock and after III. ENID BLYTON AND THE CHILDREN. This fascinating book thoroughly examines the actual evidence for this civil service.

Intrepid REM deep sleepers like Enid Blyton, who can keep their heads on the other side of slumber; who can navigate the perilous seas and verdurous glooms while in this state, believe that they lead on to fortune.5/5(2).

There's a book entitled 'The Blyton Phenomenon' (c). It contains a reasonably comprehensive account of the author's works plus an excellent list of references, if one can spare the time to look them up.

A quote inside the volume: Miss Blyton has written some hundred and fifty books and aims at a steady twenty a year. The definitive biography of Enid Blyton and the main source of all other books about her.

See also and editions, return to The Blyton Phenomenon by Sheila Ray Andre Deutsch, - ISBN Sheila Ray, who was a senior librarian, takes a look at the changing attitudes towards Enid Blyton and her work. The Enid Blyton Story.

Enid Blyton is the greatest publishing phenomenon of our time. In fact, a magazine for writers, Writer's Digest cited The Guiness Book of Records that had credited Enid Blyton with thisrecord, though they did not describe Enid Blyton as categorically being the "greatest publishing phenomenon of our time." In fact, no one knows for sure how many books Enid Blyton published.

Blyton, who died inremains a children's favourite and a publishing phenomenon thanks to such characters as the Famous Five, the Secret Seven and Noddy. Enid Blyton composed some books betweenwhen she published her poetry collection Child Whispers, and her death in Hampstead on Author: Joe Sommerlad.

The Blyton Phenomenon by Ray, Sheila and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Science fiction and fantasy were often told over multiple, fat tomes, and Blyton, a one-woman powerhouse, wrote around books over her long career.

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The controversy surrounding the world’s most successful children’s writer. at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.3/5(1). The truth about Enid Blyton Enid Blyton is in the news once more.

It has just been revealed that in the Royal Mint blocked a proposal to honour the celebrated children’s author with a commemorative 50p coin on the grounds that Blyton - the world’s most popular children’s author - was ‘a racist, a sexist and a homophobe’ and the.

The titles of two of the books I will be referring to here clearly reflect this: Sheila Ray’s The Blyton Phenomenon: The Controversy Surrounding the World’s Most Successful Children’s Writer () and David Rudd’s Enid Blyton and the Mystery of Children’s Literature ().

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An extensive collection of Blyton merchandise is still in production – although today much of this is clearly targeted at the nostalgia Size: KB. Enid Blyton 50p coin stopped by Royal Mint over author’s ‘racist and homophobic’ views resulting in an enthralling septet and a cultural phenomenon.

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