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I also always went to see the play every year throughout my childhood, and still do occasionally.
black bart wrote:Griffin wrote:I also always went to see the play every year throughout my childhood, and still do occasionally.
You are beginning to worry me now - I thought 'I' was the one with a Peter Pan fixation!
Not as worrying as this fellar though:
http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/jmbarrie.htm wrote:Barrie himself was considered by Freudians a suitable target for analysis. Peter Pan has also been seen as an Oedipal tale.
http://www.albemarle-london.com/peterpan97.html wrote:As the Narrator, Michael Bryant is not the spellbinder Alec McCowen was, and it is harder in the Mrs Darling of Susannah Fellows to spot the one untaken kiss and the inner Wendy than it was with Jenny Agutter.
http://www.albemarle-london.com/peterpan97.html wrote:The infantilism of the Darling household is, as Peter might say, an awfully big problem, somewhat lessened by Rebecca Johnson's Wendy, who, from the first, shows more spirit than the usual run of fantasy mamas, and quickly reveals a longing for Peter to crash-land into puberty. The just audible voice of a bolshie Tinker Bell adds a further corrective to sloppy woman-worship.
black bart wrote:That sounds a bit technical for Peter Pan I must admit...and I can't remember what happens to the crocodile - doesn't he get to eat the rest of Captain Hook and who will be captain Hook in Lost?
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