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The Story of Peter Pan (O'Connor adaptation) (1907)

by Daniel O'Connor, J. M. Barrie (Original story author)

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O'Connor, Danielprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Barrie, J. M.Original story authormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Wilkins, CaryForewordsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Woodward, Alice B.Illustratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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In despair Captain Hook cried out: " 'Tis
some fiend fighting me! Who are you, Pan?"
"I'm youth!" cried Peter, "I'm a little bird that
has broken out of the egg. I'm joy!"
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In one of the nicest nurseries in the world, there were beds for three young people called John Napoleon, and Wendy Moira Angela and Michael, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Darling.
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Daniel O'Connor wrote a simplified version of the Peter Pan story for children, based on the play and prior to Barrie writing his novelization titled Peter and Wendy, or just Peter Pan. O'Connor's version should not be combined with Barrie's work.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 048627294X, Paperback)

Charming storybook version, authorized by Barrie himself, of perennial childhood favorite. Reprinted complete with illustrations and musical selections — vocal and piano — from the original stage production. Over 40 illustrations perfectly capture the fanciful turns of mood and plot. New introductory Note.

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