The Lost Children of Neverland (Considerations about J. M. Barrie, Peter Pan and... Michael Jackson)

Authors

  • Delia Nan Psychoanalyst, founding member FCL Romania, member EPFCL France

Abstract

This paper proposes a journey into the childhood and youth of J. M. Barrie (the death of an older brother, the relationship with his grieving mother, his unusual marriage), trying to discover the psychoanalitical events that led to the birth of Peter Pan, as well as the true dimensions of his phantasy universe. And nonetheless the surprising influence that this universe had over such an unusual character called Michael Jackson.

Author Biography

Delia Nan, Psychoanalyst, founding member FCL Romania, member EPFCL France

Delia Nan (b. 1960) graduated The “Ion Vidu” Arts Highschool in Timișoara (piano class). She graduated The University of Medicine in the same town. She later became specialist in Infectious Diseases and worked at “Victor Babeș” Hospital for almost 30 years. During her medical activity she studied Orthodox Theology and graduated it in 1999. Since 2011 she has been working on psychoanalysis. She is a founding member of FCL-Romania and a member of EPFCL-France. Last but not least, she is a psychoanalyst in Timișoara.

Published

2021-06-10

How to Cite

Nan, D. (2021). The Lost Children of Neverland (Considerations about J. M. Barrie, Peter Pan and. Michael Jackson). Studia Universitatis Babeș-Bolyai - Dramatica, 66(1), 233–243. Retrieved from http://dramatica.ro/index.php/j/article/view/114