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Mary Martin as Peter Pan

Mary Martin as Peter Pan

For many years, it has been the tradition that the role of Peter Pan onstage has been played by a woman. This is Mary Martin as Peter Pan from the 1956 presentation of the play from NBC's Producers' Showcase television program. Public domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons

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J. M. Barrie

J. M. Barrie, Creator of Peter Pan.

Public domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons

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Welcome to this research guide designed to quickly connect Duquesne University students to all materials available through the Gumberg Library on Peter Pan, all the literary and theatrical works and films about this character and about J. M. Barrie, his creator. The page will provide links to reference works, great for getting background and basic facts about a topic, all editions of Peter Pan at the Gumberg Library, books of literary criticism, and articles from literary and communications journals. You will also find videos of well-known Peter Pan performances, as well as selected Internet sources. Information on citation and how to get materials from other libraries is also included.


Help is Available!

If at any time in your research you need help, click the "Ask A Librarian" link in "Library Links" box on the left side of the screen. Or you can contact me, Ted Bergfelt, creator of this page. Click to send an email, or you can call me at 412.396.5351.

Reference Works (Electronic)

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Information on Peter Pan will be found in these reference works by searching for "J. M. Barrie" rather than "Peter Pan."

Click the link below to read the article "Peter Pan Films" from the Greenwoood Encyclopedia of Folktales and Fairy Tales.

Find ALL Articles on Peter Pan from Selected Databases

Click a link below to find all citations dealing with "Peter Pan" in selected literary, education, and communications databases. All of these resources can be accessed from off-campus, but you will need to enter your Multipass username and password in order to use them.

There is a concept in Jungian psychology called the puer aeternus ("eternal boy"), of which Peter Pan is an example. Click the link below to see all articles on this concept from the best psychology databas.

Primary Texts with Critical Materials

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Secondary Works on Peter Pan

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Books on J.M. Barrie

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