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Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie
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Oct 17, 14

really liked it
bookshelves: 1900-1939, children, _great-britain, cities_london, _to-reread
Read in November, 2010

BBC Radio 7
When I was listening to this, my fascination towards this story came back. I don't remember when I first heard of Peter Pan but it was a magical moment. Now when someone mentions that someone should grow up and stop acting like Peter Pan, it's kind of offensive. I mean, it is bad when someone hurts other people and doesn't recognize their responsibilities, but at the same time I remember Peter Pan and adults who forget how to fly. Does being an adult mean that you have to forget how to live and forget who you really are? Although I never cared for Peter Pan himself, I was more like a Captain Hook girl. The magical stuff and the concept of not wanting to grow up drew me in.
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