Enid Blyton is a household name in India. But just because her books are universally known among the English-speaking classes, it doesn't mean that she's universally loved. Bombay-born Shebana Coelho sets out for the Indian city of her own childhood to investigate the effects of a steady and persistent diet of Blyton. Would Indian children have been welcome in her world?
Enid Blyton is a household name in India. But although her books are known among the English-speaking classes, she is by no means universally loved. Shebana Coelho investigates.