Peter Pan - Act 2, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Part 2 Summary

After the Indians are gone, the Lost Boys re-emerge from their hiding places, speaking of how nervous they are without Peter. One of the boys describes a strange sight - a large white bird flying over the lagoon, heading in their direction and quietly moaning "Poor Wendy" to itself. One of the boys recalls that there are birds called Wendies. Another sees the Wendy bird coming, and a third spots Tink, chasing the Wendy. Tink calls down for the boys to shoot the Wendy, and one of them does. Wendy falls to the ground, and the boys realize she's a lady that Peter was bringing to them to take care of them. The boy that shot her prepares guiltily to leave the island forever, saying he's too afraid of Peter to stay. At that moment, Peter himself appears, wondering why they're not cheering...

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