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1. It is important to know that Peter Pan was inspired by the death of a child. He has a very naive and childish idea of death in the way that one of the most famous lines of the novel is "to die would be an awfully big adventure"; this response indicates an anxious fear, but also a sense of courage. 2. The tunnels to each lost boy's living area are fitted to only their size. "Slightly, white to the gills, knew that Hook had surprised [discovered] his secret, which was this, that no boy so blown out could use a tree wherein an average man need stick. Poor Slightly, most wretched of all the children now, for he was in a panic about Peter, bitterly regretted what he had done." Chapter 13 3. Through the idea that if you believe in something enough that it will happen, the boys clap to believe in fairies until she is rescued. 4. I don't recall a moment like this in the novel, perhaps we might say it is due to his aging hearing or something of that variety. We know when the crocodile is near as it swallowed a clock, and in many adaptations is known as Tick-Tock the crocodile. 5. George Darling pays penance by living in the dog Nana's kennel, as he did not listen to the children's concerns about her.
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