J.M. Barrie & the Lost Boys - Study Guide Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 1905-1906

The Davies family had settled in comfortably to their new country home, Egerton House. By all accounts the house was beautiful. Dolly Posonby, a family friend, had many complimentary things to say about Arthur, including the fact that he was tender and gentle. Arthur would soon find that the 25 miles he had put between Barrie and Egerton House was not enough. Barrie began to make frequent visits and continued to issue invitations to Sylvia and the boys. The author discusses the ongoing relationship between Barrie and the children as well as the intended incorporation of the Black Lake book into "Peter Pan." The latter never happened.

Included in this chapter is correspondence between Barrie and Michael, who was now five years old.

"Peter Pan" continued to be successful, appearing on various stages and the fact that a revival was already being...

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