Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie

No summary, sorry.

Opinion:

We all know the story of the boy who never grew up. However, I’ve found as an adult that there are parts of the story I forgot. In re-reading one of my childhood favorites, I was shocked to discover, or rediscover, all the violence encased within.

It is amazing the differences between the child mind and the adult mind regarding a favorite book.

Also, for those that didn’t know, any time a copy of Peter Pan is purchased, the London Children’s Hospital benefits. J.M. Barrie left them the royalty rights.

© Cori Endicott September 2010

 

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