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Enid Blyton 'had emotional age of 13-year-old'
She was one of the most successful children's storytellers of the twentieth century. Once described as a "one-woman fiction machine", she is noted for numerous series of books based on recurring characters and designed for different age groups. Her books have enjoyed popular success in many parts of the world, and have sold over million copies. Blyton is the sixth most translated author worldwide: over translations of her books were available in according to UNESCO's Index Translationum;  she is behind Lenin and almost equal to Shakespeare. One of her most widely known characters is Noddy , intended for early years readers. However, her main forte is the young readers' novels, where children ride out their own adventures with minimal adult help.
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The creator of the Famous Five and the Secret Seven had a "childlike" approach to life and frequently behaved like a "spiteful" teenager even after becoming a mother, Imogen Smallwood said. Blyton was recently voted Britain's best-loved author and prided herself on writing about the "jolly, happy things in life", but since her death in a picture has emerged of a cold, occasionally malevolent figure. Mrs Smallwood, 73, said that witnessing a particularly upsetting argument between her mother and drunken father, shortly after which he moved in with another woman, could have contributed to Blyton's troubled personality. Blyton's brother Hanly has previously described the distressing impact of the fights, saying: "Enid and I used to stop at the top of the stairs with our arms around each other, crying and listening to all that was going on. The traumas of Blyton's teenage years also took their toll on her physical development, according to the Stoney biography, which detailed how she was given hormone injections to help her conceive after a gynaecologist described her underdeveloped uterus as "like that of a 12 or year-old-girl".