Peter Pan - Hey there masdoly here! You all know the famous Peter Pan story the boy who didn't want to grow up and lived in a distant world of adventure called Neverland. Like many children's stories it is full of fantasy and magical moments. But there are also many dark and somewhat sinister details that surround this work in the life of its author. You probably already know the plot by heart located in London at the end of the nineteenth century. Pts protagonists are three little siblings John Michael and the eldest Wendy who each night tugs him in bed with extraordinary stories. They don't know it but there is someone spying on them.
Peter Pan's Life
Peter Pan a young man with the power to fly and Tinkerbell the fairy that's always with him. One of those nights Peter loses his shadow and Wendy helps him get it back. As a reward he invites the three of them to travel to his world Neverland where he lives with a gang of lost children who have refused to grow up. There they will live great adventurers maiden Indians and mermaids and facing the evil pirates led Captain Hook but when they realizes that they must return home where they worried parents are waiting for them they take the rest of the children with them except Peter who decides to stay and never become an adult. In the original novel there are many dark and rough details that were overlooked in later adaptations. Peter Pan has an immature selfish and sometimes Curl personality. He lives doing what he wants without any responsibility. So he's afraid of becoming an adult and living in a world of rules and limits. The lost children are actually orphans were children abandoned by their parents. Who were found by the protagonist in one passage mrs.
Wendy And Captain Hook
An Author Of This Story
An author was the Scottish James Matthew berry whose childhood was marked by a terrible event. When he was only 6 years old he's older brother David 13 died in a skating accident when the surface of a frozen lake broke. He never got over the loss and his memory of. An eternal teenager was a great source of inspiration for his character. His mother distance herself from him and the lack of affection coupled with a girl with disorder caused him an in maturity complex. He did not want to become an adult.
In 1897 he met the Llewelyn Davies couple in their five young children with whom. He developed a special bond. He played a lot with them and even dedicated a novel to them. The little white part where Peter Pan first appears a health bird baby that can fly. In 1904 he would make Peter the protagonist of a play the boy who wouldn't grow up. It was so successful that he adapted it to a novel in Peter and Wendy face of the story as we know. It meanwhile the little Davies who inspire the protagonist family tragically lost her parents. And Barry took care of them as if they were his own children. Two of them lost their lives prematurely one fighting in World War. One drowned in a lake in a supposed accident that was never cleared up. Barry ended up dying of pneumonia in 1937.
Transferring the author's ironies of his famous character to Great Ormond Street. The country's first Children's Hospital. A limited edition of Barry's original manuscript held at the New York Public Library was published in late 2019 featuring an even darker protagonist. Peter Pan is an elf boy who speaks to ending a challenging and contemptuous tone. The end is harsher when years later when his daughter now an adult is taken to Neverland without letting her accompany them mark in the distance between the world of children in the world of adults.
Peter Pan story tells us above all about the fear of getting older and facing the problems of maturity. Although it offers an optimistic ending with some of his characters turned into responsible adults what about you. Masdoly here have you found any other meaning to the story. Let us know in the comments if you enjoyed this story. See you in the next episode