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Geduld, Harry. Sir James Barrie. New York: G. K. Hall, 1971. Geduld offers plot summaries and extensive analysis of all the major works. Barrie's dramatic techniques, however, are better addressed elsewhere. Geduld tries to show that the sources of Barrie's fantasies in his works are his own psychological experiences.

Hammerton, J. A. Barrie: The Story of A Genius. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1929.

Hammerton undertook to separate legend and anecdote about Barrie from verifiable fact. His illustrations of places and people important to Barrie and his works make this an important study. This is an update of Hammerton's earlier book, J. M. Barrie and His Books, published in 1900.

Mackail, Denis. The Story of J. M. B. London: Peter Davies, 1941. Published at the request of Barrie's two literary executors, Mackail's work acknowledges and supplements the work done by Hammerton.

Moult, Thomas. Barrie. London: Jonathan Cape, 1927. Moult uses early work by...

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