Peter Pan (Peter and Wendy)

Peter Pan (Peter and Wendy)

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This book J. M. Barrie was to the last generation what "Alice in Wonderland" was to the one before. Written with all that indescribable charm that has endeared him to thousands, it tells the story of how Wendy and her brothers flew to the "Never Never Land" with a boy who never grew up; of the adventures that there befell with wolves and redskins and pirates; of the building of Wendy's house, and the delight of the little boys who now had a mother at last. In short, it is the narrative of the play "Peter Pan" with its peculiar fascination heightened by new fantasies and containing much that no play could contain of Barrie's humor and feeling in comment and description. The story carries farther than did the play too, and ends more satisfactorily; but the main thing is that here in permanent form, within the reach of every one always, is the adorable Peter to crow at his own prowess, and the mischievous Tinker Bell, and the terrible Caplain Hook with his crocodile Nemesis, and the marvellous nurse Nana.

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