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Lecture 16

ENG 280P Lecture 16: CH-LIT Peter Pan Notes:Outline

by OneClass2473616 , Spring 2018
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Spring 2018

Department
English
Course Code
ENG 280P
Professor
Signorotti
Lecture
16

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Peter Pan
Domestic Drama:
- Importance of social appearances
- Financial burdens: a dog for Nanny
- Childish Parents: Mr. Darling petulant, needs attention, refuses to take medicine.
- Mrs. Darling retains Peters kiss
Psycho Drama:
- Map of the child’s mind: Id, Ego, Superego
- Superego: mother, nana, nightlights
- Ego: waking, conscious self
- Id: childish pleasure
- Peter (id/psychopomp) gains access only after disabling the superego
- Separated from his shadow by nana: Wendy sews
- Divided person: fractured
Dreamscape:
- Fly over sea of unconscious to enter Neverland: terrifying and dangerous
- Only remain aloft by peter remembering them, but he often forgets
- Id: childish pleasure principle, Peter, Neverland
- Neverland contains all the things the children leave the nursery to escape
- Gravity
- Aging
- Death
- Battles, boys growing up, Hook, Wendy being shot and
transcending death (put in house stick with red sap), Hook
pursued by ticking crocodile (time hounding and running out),
Boys’ underground homes, thinning the tribe, Peter empties the
nursery of life as effectively as death, living underground with
wooden box/coffin like entrances
- Yet they are surrounded by reminders of these things - time of the clock
ticking in the crocodile
- Neverland = never age or nullification, dual understanding as with Peter,
eternal youth or rotting corpse
- Marriage and parenthood (sex)
Oedipal Drama
- Son battles father for love of the mother (age versus youth)
- Wendy and peter the mother and father to the lost boys
- Hook wants wendy as a mother as well
- Hook the “father” of Neverland (Barrie’s mandate that person who played Mr. Darling
also must play Hook, linking the dream worldwith the real, ego-governed world)
- Hook “a raconteur”: sexy (red feather), powerful, exciting, grown up
- Pan the “son”
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Peter Pan Domestic Drama: - Importance of social appearances - Financial burdens: a dog for Nanny - Childish Parents: Mr. Darling petulant, needs attention, refuses to take medicine. - Mrs. Darling retains Peters kiss Psycho Drama: - Map of the childs mind: Id, Ego, Superego - Superego: mother, nana, nightlights - Ego: waking, conscious self - Id: childish pleasure - Peter (id/psychopomp) gains access only after disabling the superego - Separated from his shadow by nana: Wendy sews - Divided person: fractured Dreamscape: - Fly over sea of unconscious to enter Neverland: terrifying and dangerous - Only remain aloft by peter remembering them, but he often forgets - Id: childish pleasure principle, Peter, Neverland - Neverland contains all the things the children leave the nursery to escape - Gravity - Aging - Death - Battles, boys growing up, Hook, Wendy being shot and transcending death (put in house stick with red sap), Hook pursued by ticking crocodile (time hounding and running out), Boys underground homes, thinning the tribe, Peter empties the nursery of life as effectively as death, living underground with wooden box/coffin like entrances - Yet they are surrounded by reminders of these things - time of the clock ticking in the crocodile - Neverland = never age or nullification, dual understanding as with Peter, eternal youth or rotting corpse - Marriage and parenthood (sex) Oedipal Drama - Son battles father for love of the mother (age versus youth) - Wendy and peter the mother and father to the lost boys - Hook wants wendy as a mother as well - Hook the father of Neverland (Barries mandate that person who played Mr. Darling also must play Hook, linking the dream worldwith the real, ego-governed world) - Hook a raconteur: sexy (red feather), powerful, exciting, grown up - Pan the son - Wendy the mother: of the Lost BOys, to Peter - Sexually intrigued by Hook - Hook and Pan both want Wendy for themselves: mother figure, storyteller, mender of men, who are both mutilated, Peter psychically mutilated (only has two parts of the psyche) and Hoook physcially mutilated - Son will ultimately replace the father: Peter can perfectly imitate Hooks voice, eliminated Hook, fogets about him (id/ego drive), dresses in Hooks clothes, weilds his double-cigar (phallic) holder, strives to lull Wendys suspicious (deceptive tactics like Hooks and Mr. Darlings) The Woman: - Wendy: the mother, angel, Madonna figure - Sews - mends Peter, men, family adhesive (like Mrs. Darling) - Connection though familial, marital, domestic relationship - Tinkerbell: sexy, demon, whore figure - Tinkers - mends pots and Pans - Connection through mature sexual relationship - Tiger Lily: Mans woman - Active, capable, leader, fighter - Al - Tinker bell and wendy battle for attention of peter - Wendy moves on to Hook because peter
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