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“‘Pan, who and what art thou?’ [Hook] cried huskily.
'I'm youth, I'm joy,' Peter answered at a venture, 'I'm a little bird that has broken out of the egg.'”
"[Peter] had seen the crocodile pass by without noticing anything peculiar about it, but by and by he remembered that it had not been ticking. At first he thought this eerie, but soon concluded rightly that the clock had run down. Without giving a thought to what might be the feelings of a fellow-creature thus deprived of its closest companion, Peter…decided to tick…He ticked superbly, but with one unforeseen result. The crocodile was among those who heard the sound, and it followed him."
~ from Peter Pan, ch. 15, James M. Barrie
"Scheherazade" Symphonic Suite, Op. 35: Mvt. IV - N. Rimsky-Korsokov
Piano Quintet in A Major, Op. 81: Mvts. III and IV - A. Dvorak
Art (c) Elizabeth Hile, 2014
Peter Pan is (c) James M. Barrie