When Andrew Riach went to London, his intention was to become private secretary to a member of the Cabinet. If time permitted, he proposed writing for the Press." So begins the first (1888) novel by the creator of Peter Pan. Barrie considered it a juvenile effort, but some readers think he invented surrealism in these humorous pages.
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J. M. Barrie (Author)
J. M. Barrie (1860-1937) was a Scottish author and playwright. He was involved in the early twentieth-century attempts to overcome state censorship of the arts. Drawing inspiration from the Lewely Davies family (who had five boys), Barrie is best ...