This book contains a number of plays written by James M. Barrie, including: "Der Tag", "Pantaloon", "The Twelve-Pound Look", "Rosalind", and the "Will". "Der Tag" tells the story of the troubled Emperor, a man who dreams of peace but is pressured into war by the back room decision-makers who really pull the strings. A tale with a timeless theme (originating from the First World War and Kaiser Wilhelm) that resonates today as it always has, "Der Tag" is a well-crafted and concise play sure to appeal to fans of Barrie's work. "Pantaloon", "The Twelve-Pound Look", "Rosalind", and the "Will" are one-act plays that make-up in their obvious literary value what they lack in length. This collection was originally published in 1920, and is republished now in an affordable, modern edition. It comes complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author. Sir James Matthew Barrie (1860 - 1937) was a Scottish playwright and author best known for being the writer of Peter Pan.