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When classic stories get reinvented, can they ever be a success? Five get reviewed

By Hetta Howes, Senior Lecturer in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, City, University of London
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Enid Blyton’s children’s classic The Magic Faraway Tree has enchanted loyal readers since its 1943 publication. Children longed to befriend Silky, to slide down the slippery slip, to explore distant lands and be home in time for tea.

The news that Jacqueline Wilson is writing a new faraway tree story is welcome to many, if not to the Enid…The Conversation


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