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Unlisted - Enid Blyton in general – Female Villains

March 2, 2017 – Paul says: Aside from non-humans like Dame Slap and schoolgirls like Gwen Lacy and Angela Favorleigh, were there many female villains in Enid's stories? In real life, many female villains have been able to strike because most people won't think a woman will attack them and so their guard is lowered.
Fatty says... Fatty says: There were plenty. An interesting topic to see what people come up with! Incidentally, you have enough non de plumes online, Paul, so I have reverted your name to your real one.
March 3, 2017 – Paul says: Sorry, sometimes it's easier to ask questions under a different name. Less preconceptions and stereotypes and less pre-judging.
Fatty says... Fatty says: Our actions of the past and present build the foundations of people's perceptions of us now and in the future. We are what and who we are.
March 10, 2017 – Padré says: In the Five Find-Outer books, I can only think of two female villains. In Spiteful Letters, there was Mrs Moon. In Tally-Ho cottage, the villains were Mr And Mrs Lorenzo, who later disguised themselves as Mr and Mrs Larkin. Am I missing any others? .

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