Additional Resources for Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie

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Barrie, James. Margaret Ogilvy, Scribner, 1896.

This is a biography Barrie wrote about his mother. It offers considerable insight into the playwright's psyche as well as the roots of his fascination with motherhood.

Birkin, Andrew. J. M. Barrie and the Lost Boys: The Love Story That Gave Birth to Peter Pan, Clarkson N. Potter, 1979.

This book details the complex relationship between Barrie and the Davies family. It features pictures, letters, and other primary source information.

Jack, R. D. S. "The Manuscript ofPeter Pan" in Children's Literature, 1990.

This article discuses the original manuscript of Peter Pan and the evolution of the basic story.

Walbrook, H. M. J. M. Barrie and the Theatre, F. V. White & Co., 1922.

This book offers both analyses of Barrie's plays, including Peter Pan, and background information on Barrie and his work.

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