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Peter Pan: A Research Guide: Web

J. M. Barrie Official Website

J. M. Barrie Official Website

This website is primarily a means of sharing the vast amount of research material Andrew Birkin gathered during his research for the book J. M. Barrie and the Lost Boys.

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Peter Pan - Great Ormond Street Hospital

Great Ormond Street Hospital

J. M. Barrie gave all rights to his Peter Pan works to the Great Ormond Street Hospital to support their on-going work with poor children.

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ANON: The J. M. Barrie Society

The Society exists for the celebration, promotion and discussion of J. M. Barrie and his works, and, especially, to provide a community for Barrie scholars and enthusiasts.

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In this work Peter Pan makes his first appearance, before the events of the play, Peter Pan (or the novel, Peter and Wendy). Click the image above to read the book through the Internet Archive.


This is an early retelling (1907) of the Peter Pan story, with nice illustrations. Click the image above to read the book through the Internet Archive.


This is the novelized version of the play, Peter Pan, by the author, J. M. Barrie. Published in 1912. Click the image above to read the book through the Internet Archive.

This is the first cinematic treatment of Peter Pan, from 1924.