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I had forgotten how fantastic Pantomime was, until my son Professional Freerunner Connor Stringer, invited us (his family) down to watch him perform at the Bournemouth Pavilion in Peter Pan, where he is starring as one of Captain Hooks Pirates. 418 more words

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Food for Fantasy: The Little White Bird

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On Monday, I started out the day cleaning the office, and ended up having read The Little White Bird, or Adventures in Kensington Gardens… 572 more words

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On Marcel Pontbriand - PETER PAN By J. M. Barrie - Chapter 1 - Part 6

PETER PAN By J. M. Barrie

Chapter 1 PETER BREAKS THROUGH

Part 6

But Wendy had not been dreaming, as the very next night showed, the night on which the extraordinary adventures of these children may be said to have begun. 419 more words

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On Marcel Pontbriand - PETER PAN By J. M. Barrie - Chapter 1 - Part 5

PETER PAN By J. M. Barrie

Chapter 1 PETER BREAKS THROUGH

Part 5

“Oh no, he isn’t grown up,” Wendy assured her confidently, “and he is just my size.” She meant that he was her size in both mind and body; she didn’t know how she knew, she just knew it. 483 more words

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On Marcel Pontbriand - PETER PAN By J. M. Barrie - Chapter 1 - Part 4

PETER PAN By J. M. Barrie

Chapter 1 PETER BREAKS THROUGH

Part 4

Of course the Neverlands vary a good deal. John’s, for instance, had a lagoon with flamingoes flying over it at which John was shooting, while Michael, who was very small, had a flamingo with lagoons flying over it. 419 more words

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On Marcel Pontbriand - PETER PAN By J. M. Barrie - Chapter 1 - Part 3

PETER PAN By J. M. Barrie

Chapter 1 PETER BREAKS THROUGH

Part 3

No nursery could possibly have been conducted more correctly, and Mr. Darling knew it, yet he sometimes wondered uneasily whether the neighbours talked. 598 more words

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On Marcel Pontbriand - PETER PAN By J. M. Barrie - Chapter 1 - Part 2

PETER PAN By J. M. Barrie

Chapter 1 PETER BREAKS THROUGH

Part 2

“Now don’t interrupt,” he would beg of her.

“I have one pound seventeen here, and two and six at the office; I can cut off my coffee at the office, say ten shillings, making two nine and six, with your eighteen and three makes three nine seven, with five naught naught in my cheque-book makes eight nine seven—who is that moving?—eight nine seven, dot and carry seven—don’t speak, my own—and the pound you lent to that man who came to the door—quiet, child—dot and carry child—there, you’ve done it!—did I say nine nine seven? 576 more words

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