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    Margaret Ogilvy

    by James M. Barrie
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    J M Barrie was a Scottish novelist and dramatist best known for creating the character Peter Pan. Barrie was made a Baronet in 1913 for his literary accomplishments. Peter Pan first appeared in a serial called The Little White Bird in 1901. In 1904 the play Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up was first produced. When Barrie was 14 his mother's favorite son died in an accident. Barrie tried to fill this place for his mother, Margaret. Margaret Ogilvy was written about this time in his life. Barrie's mother found comfort in knowing her dead son would remain in her mind a boy forever. It has been speculated that this trauma induced psychogenic dwarfism in Barrie. This could have been responsible for his short stature and apparent asexuality.

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