Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction
J.M. Barrie: A Brief Chronology
A Note on the Text

Primary Text:
Peter and Wendy

Formative Texts:
Peter Pan, or the Boy who Wouldn’t Grow Up
“An After-Thought”
Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

Appendix A: Contemporary Reviews (Plays)

  1. Peter Pan, or the Boy who Wouldn’t Grow Up
    1. The New York Times (28 December 1904)
    2. The Times (28 December 1904)
    3. The Saturday Review (7 January 1905)
    4. The New York Times (12 November 1905)
    5. The New York Times (10 June 1906)
  2. “An After-Thought”
    1. The New York Times (15 March 1908)

Appendix B: Contemporary Reviews (Books)

  1. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens
    1. The New York Times (4 December 1910)
    2. The New York Times (4 December 1910)
  2. Peter and Wendy
    1. The New York Times (22 October 1911)
    2. The Literary Digest (19 November 1911)

Appendix C: Peter Pan Material

  1. Barrie’s Manuscript Page of “Fairy” (1903)
  2. “Davy Jones’ Locker” (1904)
  3. Frank Gillette’s Costume Designs for 1905 London Production of Peter Pan, or the Boy who Wouldn’t Grow Up (1905)
  4. Maude Adams from the 1905 New York Production of Peter Pan, or the Boy who Wouldn’t Grow Up (1905)
  5. Pauline Chase from the 1907 Playbill Touring Production Poster of Peter Pan, or the Boy who
    Wouldn’t Grow Up
    (1907)

Appendix D: Related Texts by J.M. Barrie

  1. Preface to The Coral Island (1913)
  2. “Captain Hook at Eton” (1927)
  3. “To the Five” (1928)

Appendix E: Images and Illustrations

  1. “The Child’s Map of Kensington Gardens.” Illustration by Henry Justice Ford from
    The Little White Bird (1902)
  2. “Peter Pan’s Map of Kensington Gardens.” Illustration by Arthur Rackham from
    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (1906)
  3. J.M. Barrie’s Key to Kensington Gardens (1903)
  4. “We Feel Dancey.” Illustration by Arthur Rackham from Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (1906)
  5. “Title Page.” Illustration by Francis Donkin Bedford from first edition of
    Peter and Wendy (1911)
  6. “Peter Flew In.” Illustration by Francis Donkin Bedford from first edition of
    Peter and Wendy (1911)
  7. “Peter Pan Playing Pipes” and “Wendy on Rock.” Illustrations by Mabel Lucie Attwell from
    Peter Pan and Wendy (1921)
  8. Diarmuid Byron-O’Connor’s Sculpture of Peter Pan at GOSH (2000)

Bibliography and Works Cited

Posted on October 29, 2015