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Barrie, James. Peter Pan, Or, the Boy Who Would Not Grow Up, Scribner, 1928.

Beerbohm, Max. "The Child Barrie" in the Saturday Review, January 7, 1905, pp. 13-14.

Green, Roger Lancelyn. Fifty Years of Peter Pan, Peter Davies, 1954, pp. 2, 155.

Green, Roger Lancelyn. J. M. Barrie: A Walck Monograph, Henry Z. Walck, 1960, p. 34.

Jack, R. D. S. The Road to the Never Land: A Reassessment of J. M. Barrie's Dramatic Art, Aberdeen University Press, pp. 167-68, 170.

Review of Peter Pan in The Illustrated London News, January 7, 1905.

Shout, John D. "From Nora Helmer to Wendy Darling: If You Believe in Heroines, Clap Your Hands" in Modern Drama, 1992, p. 360.

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