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Peter Pan by J M Barrie Peter Pan the mischievous boy who refuses to grow up lands in the Darling's proper middle class home to look for his shadow He befriends Wendy John and Michael and teaches them to fly with a little help from fairy dust He and Tinker Bell whisk them off to Never land where they encounter the Red Indians the Little Lost Boys pirates and the dastardly Captain Hook


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    A story of a dead child and a mother who is missing himSir James Matthew Barrie 1860 1937 a Scottish wrote this book in 1902 for an older brother David his mother's favorite who died in an ice skating accident the day before he turned 14 Thus in his mother's mind David always stayed as a young boy who would not grow up J M Barrie a middle child and then only 6 years old tried to assume David's place in his mother's heart by wearing the latter's clothes and speaking and sounding like him Barrie was 42 when Peter Pan the character first appeared in his other novel The Little White Bird but the emotion of longing the child missing his mother and the mother missing his son can be felt by the readers as if the death only happened recently For me this attests to Barrie's brilliance as a novelistThey say that losing one's child is the most painful grief that a parent can have A parent burying his child is in contradiction to the natural cycle of life Thus it is a lifelong journey of grief for the parents The very young Barrie saw this pain in his mother's heart and so he tried his best to act speak and sound like his brother A mother missing her child In the story this is symbolized by the open bedroom window waiting for Wendy John and Michael to return When they finally do Peter tries closing it but when he sees the tears in Mrs Darling's eyes he says we don't want any silly mothers' and he flew away making it a triumph of a mother's unconditional heart A child longing for his mother's love This is symbolized by Peter asking for Wendy to be his mother and probably Tink and probably even Mrs Darling This is the moral of the story we all need mothers especially those whose windows are and will always be open for usA beautiful book Mesmerizing prose A fantasy adventure children's book on the surface But a sad emotion filled story of a mother and her son somewhere inside It has the ethereal beauty of Antoine de Saint Exupery's Le Petite Prince and the subtle meaningful cycle of life lesson in E B White's Charlotte's Web two of favorite children's books My only regret is that fathers like me are sidelined We fathers have hearts too and we would like to be part of that love Why did Barrie depict Mr Darling as crazy feeding Nana his medicine and has to sleep in the kernel?You see my windows are also open