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Peter Pan

Peter Pan is a fictional character created by J. M. Barrie, a Scottish novelist and playwright. Peter Pan is a free and unrestrained, mischievous young boy who can fly and never grow up. As a leader of the lost boys, he never stops adventuring in the mythical Neverland in his childhood. He interacts with fairies, pirates, mermaids and Native Americans, and occasionally ordinary children from the world outside of Neverland.

Peter Pan has become a cultural icon of youth, innocence and escapism. In addition to two distinct works of Barrie, the character has been widely used in various media and commodities, and has been adapted and expanded based on Barrie's works. These include 1924 silent films, 1953 Disney animated films, 2003 drama / reality films, TV series and many other works.

Peter Pan first appeared as a character in Barry's adult novel little white bird (1902). In chapters 13-18 of Peter Pan of Kensington garden, Peter is a seven day old baby who has flown from his nursery to Kensington garden in London, where fairies and birds teach him to fly. He was described as a "hide and seek" between a boy and a bird. Following the success of the play in 1904, Barry's publishers, Hodder and stougton, excerpted these chapters from the little white bird and published them in 1906 under the title of Peter Pan at Kensington garden, along with an illustration by Arthur RA ckham.

He returned to the role of Peter Pan as the center of the play, named Peter Pan or "the boy who will not grow up," premiered in London on December 27, 1904. Barry later adapted and expanded the plot of the play as a novel, published in 1911 as Peter and Wendy.

Barrie has never even described Peter's appearance in detail in the novel, which makes the reader unimaginable and unable to explain anyone who adapts to the character. In the play, Peter's clothes are made of autumn leaves and spider webs. His name and playing flute or pipe implied the mythical character pan. Barry mentioned in Peter and Wendy that Peter Pan still has all his "first teeth.". He described him as a beautiful boy with a beautiful smile, "dressed in skeleton leaves and juice from the trees.".

Traditionally, roles are played by small adult women. In the original works of England, Peter Pan's clothes are a red tunic and a dark green tights, such as Nina boucacault's in 1904. The dress is on display in the birthplace of Bali. Pauline chase (role 1906-1913) wore a similar costume on display at the London museum. Early versions of the story also depict red clothing, and green clothing (whether made of leaves or not) has become more and more common since the 1920s, especially since Disney cartoons were released.

In Disney movies, Peter's clothes consist of a short sleeved green top and tights apparently made of cloth, and a hat with red feathers. He has elvish ears, brown eyes and red hair.

In hook (1991), the character is an adult played by Robin Williams, with blue eyes and dark brown hair. When he thought of him in his youth, his hair was light brown. It's only when he's Peter Pan that his ears are pointed, not Peter banning. His pan costume is similar to Disney's (minus the hat).

In the 2003 reality show Peter Pan movie, Jeremy Sumpter plays him, with blond hair, blue eyes, barefoot and clothes made of leaves and vines.

Peter is an exaggerated and careless boy's stereotype. Even if that is questionable, he claims to be great (for example, congratulating Wendy when she regains her shadow). In plays and books, Peter symbolizes the selfishness of childhood and is depicted as forgetful and self-centered.

Peter's manner is cold and callous, and he may worry about his own danger. Barry wrote that when Peter thought he was going to die on a chestnut rock, he was afraid, but only shivered. "Death will be a great adventure," he said in a cheerful manner. In the play, the invisible, unnamed narrator is thinking about what might happen if Peter and Wendy stayed together, so that his cry might become: "life will be a great adventure!" "But he'll never get out of trouble" it.