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Peter Pan

Fiction  From 1902 

The character first appeared in print in Barrie's 1902 novel 'The Little White Bird'. Barrie had huge success with the 'Peter Pan' play, first presented on stage in 1904 at the Duke of York's Theatre. He turned it into a novel, 'Peter Pan and Wendy', in 1911 and then in 1929, he gave the valuable copyright to Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital.

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Peter Pan

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Great Ormond Street Hosp. - Peter Pan

In 2005, after our photo, Tinkerbell was added to the statue, fluttering up t...

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J.M. Barrie - WC1

Sir James Matthew Barrie, Bart. OM, 1860 - 1937, novelist, dramatist and crea...

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Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

The first Peter Pan, Nina Boucicault, (always a woman) modelled for the statu...

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