J.M. Barrie & the Lost Boys - Study Guide Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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The epilogue is devoted to the grief experienced by those who had loved Michael. Included is a letter from Barrie to a friend expressing a dream in which Michael had come back to him. Barrie spent a long time living as a hermit but eventually began to come out of the depression. Barrie began to entertain again, keeping company with some of the era's most famous and infamous celebrities including Charlie Chaplin, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Mary Pickford, Michael Collins, and Winston Churchill. Barrie also spoke out against Hitler, and made other public political stances. Barrie also became the Chancellor of Edinburgh University and received the Order of Merit. Barrie's relationship with Peter and Nico remained strong. On June 19, 1937 Berry died at the age of 76, Nico and Peter at his side.

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