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“Hide-and-seek with angels: a life of J. M. Barrie” by Lisa Chaney

“What kind of man creates a boy who never grows up? More than 100 years after Peter Pan first appeared on the London stage, author J. M. Barrie remains one of the most complex and enigmatic figures in modern literature. A few facts, of course, are widely known: Peter Pan made Barrie the richest author of his time, and he bequeathed the royalties to the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children. He was married, but later divorced, and he was devoted to the orphaned sons of Sylvia Llewelyn Davies, one of whom was named Peter. And then the rumors begin—about the nature of his marriage; about his precise relationship with the Davies boys, whose guardian he became; about the fantasies and demons that determined his achievements.”

Extracto de Macmillan.

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Hide-and-seek with angels: a life of J. M. Barrie / Lisa Chaney. — London: Hutchinson, 2005. — 402 p., [16] p. de lám. : il. ; 24 cm.

ISBN 0-09-179539-7

PR 4076 .C53 2005

R. 91366