Archives for November 12, 2004

Finding Neverland and Kinsey – Guest Review by J. Robert Parks

This guest review was contributed by J. Robert Parks.- It would be hard to find two more culturally distinct figures than J.M. Barrie and Alfred Kinsey. One was a Victorian, English dandy, the other was a 20th-century, Midwestern pragmatist. One was a playwright, the other a scientist and professor. One lived in the realm of the magical, the other in the laboratory of cold, somewhat hard facts. And while both were writers, Barrie is most famous for the enduringly popular Peter Pan tale, … [Read more...]