Peter Pan - Study Guide Act 4, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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The fourth act is titled The Home under the Ground. Again, stage directions detail the setting - the Lost Boys' underground abode, which includes a small box on a wall that serves as Tink's home. Above them is the forest, where Tiger Lily and the Indians are quietly and unobtrusively standing guard.

Wendy, John, Michael and the Lost Boys eat a pretend meal, which stage directions indicate is the only kind ever needed or eaten in Neverland. One of the boys asks to sit in Peter's chair, and Wendy firmly tells him no. She says that nobody is allowed to sit in "father's" chair when he's not there. The boys all argue, and Wendy sighs with pretend aggravation. Then, she tells the boys to clear the table while she darns their socks.

Up above, Peter arrives and greets Tiger Lily. Their conversation reveals...

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