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The Story of Peter Pan
In 1904, Scottish playwright J. M. Barrie
wrote the play Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up
, and then later on in 1911 adapted it into a novel Peter and Wendy
. It was about the mischievous but innocent little boy Peter Pan
, a boy could fly and would never grow up, and his adventures on the faraway island of Neverland
, a place where there were mermaids, Indians, pirates and fairies.
Both the play and the novel was a huge success, and Peter Pan became a popular character among children, along with other characters like the little girl Wendy Darling, the sinister pirate Captain Hook and the mischevious fairy Tinker Bell. Today, more than a hundred years later, the story of Peter Pan has been retold in many various books and adapted into films, TV series and comics among others.