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Sir James M Barrie was a prolific author in his time. During his seventy-seven years on Earth, the Scottish born Barrie wrote approximately forty book.
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She has written 7 Harry Potter books, and 3 books for Comic Relief (Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages, and Tales of Beedle Bard). Those are a…ll the books she has published, she may have written others though. At the moment, she is working on the Harry Potter Encyclopedia.
About 50 plays and novels.
He didn't exactly invent the name, but he popularized "Wendy".
Auld Licht Idylls (1888)Better Dead (1888)A Window in Thrums (1889)The Little Minister (1891)Two of Them (1893)Sentimental Tommy, The Story of His Boyhood (1896)Tommy and Griz…el (1900)The Little White Bird; or, Adventures in Kensington Gardens (1902)Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (1906)Peter and Wendy (1911)Kiss for Cinderella (1916)When a Man's Single: A Tale of Literary Life (1927)Barbara's Wedding (1927) Farewell Miss Julie Logan (1932) The Greenwood Hat: Being a Memoir of James Anon 1885-1887 (1937) That's just his novels. You can find a list of his plays at peterphile.info
He was never accused by anyone, there is no evidence that he ever engaged in inappropriate activity with children, and those who knew him say he gave no indication of having s…uch feelings, but there's no way to know 100% for sure.
Yes, he married actress Mary Ansell in 1894. The marriage was lacking in intimacy (so to speak), and she began an affair in 1908. Sir James divorced her the following year.
from Neverpedia: Alexander Ogilvy Barrie (Mar 1842) was Jamie's eldest brother. He taught at the Glasgow Academy, and when Jamie went there at the age of 8, Alexander looked …after his brother. He later taught at Dumfries Academy, where Jamie went when he was 13. At the time of the 1891 census, he was H. M. Inspector of Schools at Green Bank in Dumfries. He married Mary Cowan of Edinburgh in 1877 and they had six children: Lillian Knight, Ethel Margaret, Charles David Ogilvy, William Cowan Ogilvy, Eliza Dorothy, and Mary Cowan (all Barrie).Mary Edward Barrie (Jan 1845 - 1918). She also taught at Glasgow and Dumfries and looked after Jamie. In 1879 she married John Galloway and they had two children: John Jr and Alexander O(gilvy?) Galloway.Jane Ann Barrie (legally Jean Ann) (Mar 14, 1847 - Aug 31, 1895). She didn't marry, and spent the rest of her life as her mother's companion, dying just days before her.Elizabeth How Barrie (Mar 12, 1849 - Apr 1, 1851).Agnes Matthew Barrie (Dec 23, 1850 - January 1851).David Ogilvy Barrie (Jan 30, 1853 - Jan 29, 1867) was Margaret's favorite child. While away at school in Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland, he fell while ice skating, and fractured his skull, on the day before his 14th birthday, when Jamie was 6. His death devastated Margaret, but she took comfort in the fact that he would always remain young in her memory.Sarah Mitchell Barrie (Jun 3, 1855 - Nov 1, 1903). She was one of the witnesses at Jamie's wedding, but did not herself get married. She was a teacher. Later in life she kept house for her uncle Rev. David Ogilvy, who was joined by her father after her mother died.Isabella Ogilvy Barrie (Jan 4, 1858 - Dec 1902). She married local man William Murray in 1880.James Matthew Barrie (May 9, 1860 - June 19, 1937). He wrote things.Margaret (Maggie) Barrie (July 9, 1863 - 1936). She lived with him in London at the time of the 1891 census. There she married fellow Scot William Henderson Winter in 1893, and moved to Hampshire, where they had a son, also named William, in 1897. Her husband was one of the witnesses at Jamie's wedding.
If you mean Jean M. Barrie of the steamer-trunk mystery, it's not clear if she is. There was a woman by that name who identified herself as a "close relative of" James Barrie,… but he had no children, and none of his siblings had children by that name. She may have been a cousin or a great-niece of his.
i think he wrote 64 books
J. M. Barrie died on June 19, 1937 at the age of 77.
J.M Barrie's most famous novel is probably Peter Pan.