Peter Pan

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(To do: introduction)

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(To do: as much of the plot summary as copyright allows)

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The government of the United Kingdom has enacted a perpetual copyright on the works of the Peter Pan cycle by J. M. Barrie. This is different from the pseudo-perpetual copyright created through successive copyright term extensions in that the United Kingdom lacks a monolithic constitution and thus lacks a "limited times" clause, allowing the UK Parliament to say "This copyright is hereby perpetual, and royalties go to Great Ormond Street Childrens Hospital."