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The real Peter Pan

J.M. Barrie's lost boy turns 100 this year. For all his calculated weirdness, Michael Jackson gets closer to the myth's origins in turn-of-the-century London than we'd like to think.

By James Parker
February 22, 2004

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ON JAN. 16, OUTSIDE the California courthouse where he had just been arraigned on seven counts of child molestation and two counts of administering an "intoxicating agent with intent to commit a felony," Michael Jackson climbed up onto the roof of his SUV and struck a pose. (Full Article: 1706 Words)

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