Peter Pan - Study Guide Act 4, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Before Wendy and the Lost Boys can leave, they hear the sound of an intense and bloody battle coming from above. The pirates are attacking the Indians. There are losses on both sides, but ultimately, the pirates win. Tiger Lily, however, manages to escape. Hook remains, listening at the chimney as Peter tells Wendy that the fight is over and that the Indians are sure to have won. If they did, they will beat their drum. Hook hears this, finds the drum and beats it. Peter and the boys cheer, and Hook motions to the other pirates to be ready.

Peter bids goodbye to Wendy and the boys. One by one, the boys, including John and Michael, climb up out of the house. Tink goes with them, but she is unable to help as they are grabbed by pirates, tied up and hauled off. Tink...

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