Friday, February 16, 2007

The Other Side Of Peter Pan

A person could argue that in spite of its romanticizing of childhood, Peter Pan does recognize that children can be self-centered, thoughtless, and quite impressively awful. Especially toward people like the Darlings who desperately love them.

So there is that, I suppose.

1 comment:

Kelly said...

That's a funny piece, Gail! I usually hate Slate, but I like his columns. This one was particularly good.