The Case of Peter Pan: Or the Impossibility of Children's Fiction

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The Case of Peter Pan: Or the Impossibility of Children's Fiction - Rose, Jacqueline
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What is the meaning of Peter Pan -- not for J. M. Barrie, but for the thousands who have continued to purchase for children version after version of the story and who have faithfully attended the productions of the play? What does Peter Pan have to say about our conception of childhood, about how we understand the child's and our own relationship to language, sexuality, and death? What can Peter Pan tell us about the theatrical, literary, and educational institutions of which it is a part? These are some of the questions ...

The Case of Peter Pan: Or the Impossibility of Children's Fiction 1992, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia

ISBN-13: 9780812214352

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