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The Day I Learned To Swim

“What makes you who you are?  The question was followed only by deafening silence.

I was sitting in a therapy office for the first time in my life. 681 more words


Peter Pan by J.M Barrie: darkness beneath the gaiety

With its pirates and fairies, fights and flights, it’s not surprising that Peter Pan has long been a popular play to mark the Christmas season. The playful and adventurous spirit of the title character have captured the imagination since the play was first performed in 1904.   971 more words

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Childhood Favourites

There are so many books that make me think of childhood, from the picture books that I remember (Dear Zoo was such a classic) to the first series that I ever read (my thanks to  876 more words


Review: Wendy Darling: Seas

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Wendy Darling: Seas finds Wendy and Michael aboard the dreaded Sudden Night, a dangerous behemoth sailed by the infamous Captain Hook and his bloodthirsty crew. 365 more words

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Review: Peter Darling by Austin Chant

4/5 Stars

I have always adored Peter Pan stories. Growing up, Hook was one of my all-time favorite movies (it still is). So when I saw… 686 more words


Theater Review: Finding Neverland at the Pantages

Second star to the right and straight on ’til morning… Peter Pan is an iconic story, and the musical adaptation of Finding Neverland, currently playing at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, tells but one iteration. 793 more words

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Peter Pan, Existentialist Fairy Tale?

“To die would be an awfully big adventure” crows Peter Pan, the cocky paragon of eternal youthfulness and fairytale flights.

Peter Pan has become one of the most recognizable fictional characters since he first appeared in a section of J.M. 3,557 more words

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