Pan, Peter

Pan, Peter

determined always to remain a little boy. [Br. Lit.: J.M. Barrie Peter Pan]

Pan, Peter

little boy, refuses to grow up; resides in Never Never Land. [Children’s Lit.: Peter Pan]

Pan, Peter

escapes to Never Never Land to avoid growing up. [Br. and Am. Drama: Benét, 778]
See: Fantasy
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Barrie's book Peter Pan, Peter is asked, "Who and what are you?
Barrie gave his book's copyright to the Special Trustees of Great Ormond street Children's hospital: to celebrate the book's centenary it authorized the creation of a sequel to Peter Pan, Peter Pan in Scarlet.
Barrie's classic children's tale Peter Pan, Peter and the Lost Boys are in dire need of Wendy.