Multilingual flashcard: Peter Pan

Peter Pan in 10 languages.

multilingual flashcards peter pan

The story of Peter Pan seems to split people in a way I haven’t seen many other stories doing. Some people love it, while others can’t stand it.

The story has been built-upon, retold and examined from various perspectives and there are a myriad of books, TV series and movies based around the magical world J.M. Barrie created.

The name has even been used to describe adults who behave like children and don’t want to grow up – Peter Pan Syndrome. (This frustrates me because house prices and costs of living are higher while opportunities are fewer – yet young people seem to be blamed for this, rather than given support)

How do you feel about Peter Pan? Is he a favourite or just a boy who refuses to grow up?

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