Peter Pan - Act 5, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 5, Scene 2 Summary

This scene is titled The Nursery and the Tree Tops. The setting for this scene is the same as Act 1. Mrs. Darling dozes by the open window, but she suddenly wakes from a dream in which the children came home. She realizes that she was only dreaming, and then she sadly thanks Nana for, as always, preparing their beds for them. Her words reveal that Mrs. Darling is there every night, waiting for the children. The maid comes in and announces that dinner is ready. Conversation reveals that Mr. Darling, in remorse at having banished Nana from the nursery on the night the children disappeared, now sleeps and eats in Nana's kennel, which has been placed outside. As the maid goes out, Mr. Darling comes in, describing how he's always followed by people ridiculing him for having been so careless as to lose his children...

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