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Captivated : J.M. Barrie, the du Mauriers and the dark side of Neverland

Autor Piers Dudgeon
Vydavatel: London : Chatto & Windus, 2008.
Vydání/formát:   book_printbook : Biography : EnglishZobrazit všechny vydání a formáty
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"Captivated is a true story of genius and possession at a crossroads in time, when the late nineteenth-century world of the occult and the psychic arts gave way to the new science of psychology." "The central characters are J. M. Barrie, a man tormented by inner demons since childhood; George du Maurier, the creator of Svengali, who showed how it is possible by means of hypnosis for one person to gain control over  Přečíst více...
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Žánr/forma: Biography
Osoba: J M Barrie; J M Barrie; J M Barrie; Daphne Du Maurier; Du Maurier family.; J M Barrie; Daphne Du Maurier; Du Maurier family.; Daphne Du Maurier; James M Barrie
Typ materiálu: Biography
Typ dokumentu: Book
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Piers Dudgeon
ISBN: 9780701182168 0701182164 0701182172 9780701182175
OCLC číslo: 213382492
Popis: xvi, 333 pages, [24] pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
Obsahy: Family Tree --
Pt. I. 1945-1960: The Lost Boys and Daphne --
Ch. 1. Peter's suicide: a case to answer --
Ch. 2. What is the secret? --
Pt. II. 1789-1862: Kicky and Barrie: learning to fly --
Ch. 1. Du Maurier dreamers --
Ch. 2. Peak experience --
Ch. 3. The boy who hated mothers --
Ch. 4. Nervous breakdown --
Pt. III. 1885-1894: Kicky, Barrie and Svengali: the secret --
Ch. 1. Impotent and ambitious --
Ch. 2. Gateway to Neverland --
Ch. 3. Purloining the key --
Ch. 4. The corruption of Neverland --
Pt. IV. 1894-1910: Sylvia, the Lost Boys and Uncle Jim: the Peter Pan Inheritance --
Ch. 1. Slipping into madness --
Ch. 2. Predator and victim --
Ch. 3. Philanderings in the park --
Ch. 4. The boy in the box --
Ch. 5. Flying Uncle Jim to Neverland --
Ch. 6. Peter Pan, a demon boy --
Ch. 7. Sylvia's Will --
Pt. V. 1910-1921: Michael, Daphne and Uncle Jim: 'An Awfully Big Adventure' --
Ch. 1. Looking for Michael --
Ch. 2. Daphne's initiation --
Ch. 3. Michael's suicide --
Pt. VI. 1921-1989: Uncle Jim and Daphne: the Rebecca Inheritance --
Ch. 1. Rebecca, a demon boy --
Ch. 2. Breakdown and suicide --
Ch. 3. No escape --
Appendix. On Women in Love.
Odpovědnost: Piers Dudgeon.

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Piers Dudgeon knew Daphne du Maurier and worked with her in the 1980s. When he discovered that she had put a moratorium on publication of her adolescent diaries until fifty years after her death, he  Přečíst více...

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