- VI. Books Concerning Those Who Influenced Barrie's Life and/or Literary
|Robert Louis Stevenson : a biography / Frank McLynn
Note:First published by Hutchinson 1993. Pimlico edition 1994
|567 p.,  p.
|Captain Scott / by Stephen Gwynn
||x, 240 p.
|The story of the Pall Mall Gazette : of its first editor Frederick Greenwood
and of its founder George Murray Smith / J.W. Robertson Scott
Note: The first editor of Pall Mall Gazette was Frederick Greenwood, who
first introduced Barrie to the Literary circle of London.
|ix, 470 p.
|The life of Alexander Whyte / by G.F. Barbour. -- 3rd ed.
Note: Dr. Whyte, who also came from Kirriemuir, was a bosom friend of another
Alexander, Barrie's eldest brother and younger day's guardian.
|xv, 675 p.
|Thirty years with G.B.S. / by Blanche Patch
Note: The authoress of this book was a private secretary to George Bernard
Shaw for 30 years. G.B.S was one of Barrie's good friends.
|George Meredith : his life and art in anecdote and criticism / by J.A. Hammerton
Note: Meredith was one of Barrie's few highly-esteemed literary predecessors.
|xi, 391 p.