Neverland Research Paper

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When I was a little girl, my Oji-san used to tell me compelling bedtime stories of this fantasy realm called Neverland. It’s an enchanting island that will never let you grow up, and every day is one big adventure. The king that reigns Neverland, is the legendary Natsume Hyuuga; a teenage boy that never grows up. My Oji-san told colossal amounts of epic tales about him, so much that I don’t even think there was one story that didn’t involve the boy that never grows up. I one time asked my Oji-san if I could ever go to Neverland? He told me that it’s very unlikely because he only takes children that are unwanted by their parents or that are just orphans. They become his Lost Boys or Lost Girls that will follow under his command like docile…show more content…
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