Peter Pan - Study Guide Act 1, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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In the stillness after Mrs. Darling's exit, the window flies open, and a ball of light, the fairy Tinker Bell, flies in and bounces about. A moment later, Peter Pan flies into the room, looking for Tinker Bell (Tink) and asking if she knows where the shadow is. She shows him the drawer from which Mrs. Darling took the shadow earlier. Peter takes the shadow out, and then when Wendy stirs in her sleep, he quickly shuts the drawer with Tink inside it. He tries to attach his shadow to his feet, but he can't do it and starts to cry. Wendy wakes up and asks why he's crying. They introduce themselves, and then in answer to a question from Wendy, Peter says he lives "second to the right and then straight on till morning!" When conversation reveals that Peter doesn't have a...

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