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Blyton, Enid Line breaks: Enid Bly¦ton
Pronunciation: /ˈblʌɪt(ə)n/

Definition of Blyton, Enid in English:

( 1897–1968), English writer of children’s fiction. Her best-known creation for young children is the character Noddy, who first appeared in 1949; her books for older children include the series of Famous Five and Secret Seven adventure stories.

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