Peter Pan

by

J.M. Barrie

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The Kiss

When first introducing Peter Pan, the narrator tells us before anything else that Peter is “very like Mrs. Darling’s kiss.” He then tells us, as if to clarify, that Peter is beautiful… read analysis of The Kiss

The Crocodile

Readers often say that the ticking crocodile represents time – specifically, the movement of time that begins and ends a human life: “the clock will run down, and then he’ll get you.” The crocodile is… read analysis of The Crocodile