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    Faith, trust, and pixie dust is what Peter Pan is so well known for. However, every Peter Pan movie remake is different than the original. The story of Peter Pan starts off about the Darling Family, a household of a hard working father, a beautiful mother, three adventurous children, and a dog nurse. However, compared from the Peter Pan made in 1953 and the remake that was produced in 2003, there are quite a few differences, including character personalities, story line changes, and atmosphere changes

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    Analysis Of Wendy Darling

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    "Wendy Darling." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Web. 10 Apr. 2015. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wendy_Darling>. “Wendy is a young 12 to 13 year old girl”, “She goes on to meet Peter pan and she becomes a companion to him”, though not to shore about joining peter in his adventures in the beginning, because she had her brothers to look after, with her mother who she often accompanied, but through time she goes on to Neverland with Peter because of her curious ways to seek adventure. This was an

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    Summary of Peter Pan

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    tells the story of the Darling children and their newfound friend, Peter Pan. Peter is an adventurer that frequently visits the window of Mrs. Darling's house in order to listen to her bedtime stories. One night, he is discovered, and loses his shadow while trying to flee the scene. Peter comes back trying to retrieve his shadow and wakes up Mrs. Darling’s daughter, Wendy, who helps him put it back on. To return the favor, he invites her to come back to Neverland with him. Wendy agrees and extends the

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    Reflection Of Peter Pan

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    finds Wendy Darling, a young girl who has yet to realize the responsibilities of being an adult. Peter tells Wendy that he and Tinker Bell live in Neverland together with other children who have been abandoned. Peter proposes that in exchange for teaching them to fly that Wendy and her siblings accompany them back to Neverland. They agree and start to enjoy themselves floating and flying, and eventually also agree to go to Neverland. After some practice, they are all soon escaping the Darling residence

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    Gender Roles in Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie

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    In Peter and Wendy, written by J. M. Barrie, the characters exhibit specific qualities which are stereotypical of their genders. The characters fall into traditional concepts of masculinity and femininity: Peter is cocky, stubborn, charismatic and enigmatic to the women in his life, and Wendy Darling, a young girl whose father wants to remove her from the nursery she shares with her brothers. The two characters embody and perpetuate gender stereotypes, and mirror the stereotypes embodied by the adult

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    The Calm Wendy Bird

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    Peter and Wendy written by J.M. Barrie is a classic tale of the adventures of the three young Darling siblings and Peter Pan, a magical boy from Neverland. Although this story originated as a novel, eventually several adaptations were created based on the story, which include Broadway plays, animated movies, television productions and more. Within the epic story of Peter Pan there is Wendy Darling, the eldest child of three, the only daughter of the Darling family and the leading lady in this tale

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    Age Is Only a Number In J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, young Wendy Darling and twelve year old John Darling, along with Peter Pan, learn that maturity is not shown by age, but by attitude, as seen by Wendy’s motherlike attitude, John’s fighting spirit and decision making, and Peter’s immaturity at times even though he is older. Wendy uses her attitude to help raise the Lost Boys and give them the mother they need. John’s headstrong attitude helps immensely in the fight against Captain James Hook, as he

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    Funny Short Story

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    The Scourge Of The Galaxy The pretty researcher walked up to the shack where he supposedly lived. Wendy had heard many stories about the scourge, but she had never seen him for herself. He was a local legend, and she had decided to do her thesis on this obese male. She knocked on the cheap wood door of the shanty, and the door fell off. Wendy anxiously tried to pick the door up, but before she could pick it up, a high-pitched bark came from the dark corridor of the hut. “It’s alright, girlie. Just

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    The Side Effects of Technology on Children

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    Renowned German scientist Albert Einstein once said “it has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity” (“Albert Einstein”). As portrayed in “The Veldt” Ray Bradbury’s thoughts on technology resemble Einstein’s. Bradbury was born on August 22, 1920 in Waukegan, Illinois and died on June 5, 2012. At the time when “The Veldt” was written, many American families purchased television sets, which inspired this story. Concerned with the increasing popularity of television

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    “To die will be an awfully big adventure,” seems like a quote that would be found in anything but a children’s story. However, it is spoken by innocent Peter, in James Barrie’s Peter Pan. This simplistic tale of a boy who longs to remain young and his countless adventures has fascinated many children over the years, while intriguing many adults. At a glance, this story is merely an entertaining tale that entrances its young audience with magic and adventure, but below the surface, it is filled with

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