Author: J. M. Barrie
Translator: Young-seon Kim
Publisher: Sigong Junior
Hardcover | 279 pages | 226*155mm
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About This Book
Peter Pan is a fictional character created by Scottish novelist and playwright,
James Matthew Barrie, as well as the title of a stage play and novel based on
the character. A mischievous little boy who refuses to grow up, Peter Pan spends
his never-ending childhood adventuring on the small island of Neverland as
leader of his gang, the Lost Boys.
J. M. Barrie wrote three works involving Peter Pan:
"Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens," which is a segment of his book The Little White Bird (1902)
The stage play Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up (1904)
Peter and Wendy (1911), later retitled Peter Pan, a novel for children based on the play.
This edition is a full, complete translation of "Peter and Wendy," which was later retitled "Peter Pan" and is the portion of J. M. Barrie's mythos of Peter Pan that is best known to most readers.
In both the play and the novel, Peter invites the girl Wendy Darling to the Neverland to be a mother for his gang of Lost Boys. Her brothers John and Michael come along. Many adventures ensue, including the near-death of the fairy Tinker Bell, and a climactic confrontation with Peter's nemesis, the pirate Captain Hook of the pirate ship the Jolly Roger. In the end, Wendy decides that her place is at home, and brings all the boys back to London. Peter remains in the Neverland, and Wendy grows up.
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