Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens: And Peter and Wendy

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Oxford University Press, 1999 - Foreign Language Study - 240 pages
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In Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, J.M. Barrie first created Peter Pan as a baby, living a wild and secret life with birds and fairies in the middle of London. Later Barrie let this remarkable child grow a little older and he became the boy-hero of Neverland, making his first appearance, with Wendy, Captain Hook, and the Lost Boys, in Peter and Wendy. The Peter Pan stories were Barrie's only works for children but, as their persistent popularity shows, their themes of imaginative escape continue to charm even those who long ago left Neverland. This is the first edition to include both texts in one volume and the first to a present an extensively annotated text for Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens.
 

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Review: Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens and Peter and Wendy

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OLD TIME (PRE-1920) CATEGORY Peter and Wendy is the novel of the play that introduced the world to the boy that would never grow up. Wendy and her brothers meet Peter Pan when he flies through their ... Read full review

Review: Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens and Peter and Wendy

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This book made me want to go back and watch the movie. I loved seeing Peter as a baby and then as a boy. It was interesting to see how he was raised and what he was like before he met Wendy. Overall this book was short and sweet and is perfect for people of all ages to enjoy. Read full review

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Edited with an Introduction by Peter Hollindale, Senior Lecturer in English and Education at the University of York

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