內容簡介 The Little White Bird is a novel by British creator J.M. Barrie which spans fable and whimsy to social remark with dark, aggressive undertones. The book reached prominence and longevity mostly because of the advent of a character referred to as Peter Pan, whose chapters are written in a mile gentler tone than the rest of the e-book. Four years later, in 1906, those chapters have been published as a e book in their personal proper as "Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens". The Peter Pan story commenced as a single bankruptcy however grew to end up a "book within a book" of more than one hundred pages at some stage in the 4 years that Barrie labored on the e book.The Little White Bird is a sequence of brief episodes that included both fanciful tales that were set in Kensington Gardens and accounts of the narrator's normal sports. The tale is about in numerous specific locations inside London and the Peter Pan section is set in London's lovely Kensington Gardens, one of the famous royal parks. The chapters include detailed descriptions of recognizable capabilities of the Gardens and Barrie gives them fable names that the characters use after "Lock Out Time", his time period for the time on the end of the day while the park gates are closed to the general public and the fairies and other magical inhabitants of the park are able to pass approximately greater freely than they could at some point of the daylight hours when they must conceal from ordinary humans.The 1 3 segment of the book, following the Kensington Gardens chapters, are once again set in the preferred London place but their precise region isn't pinpointed. There are some quick returns to Kensington Gardens that aren't a part of the Peter Pan writings. Chapter Twenty-Four consists of a brilliant diversion to Patagonia before Barrie brings the tale returned to England through a voyage over the ocean to the "white cliffs of Albion".The Little White Bird is fine acknowledged for its creation of Peter Pan however it's been eclipsed by the stage play Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up. Although once in a while it is defined as a prelude to the play the two memories are in reality incompatible with each different, in particular within the Peter Pan person who's stated to be only seven days vintage, however within the later story is portrayed as being of college age.