Peter Pan - Act 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3 Summary

The third act is titled The Mermaids' Lagoon. A mermaid sits combing her hair on a sunny rock, slipping into the water just as Peter, John, Michael and the Lost Boys make a grab for her. As she disappears, Wendy expresses her disappointment, but Peter assures her that catching a mermaid is very difficult. He then tells Wendy that the rock they're sitting on is called Marooners' Rock and that it's where sea captains abandon, or maroon, sailors who have done naughty things. Suddenly, he and the boys become aware that pirates are approaching. They disappear, and Wendy soon follows.

Smee and another pirate appear in a small dinghy, bringing with them the captured and bound Tiger Lily. They leave her on Marooners' Rock as punishment for having been caught prowling around their ship with a knife. Peter imitates Hook's voice and orders them to free her...

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