J.M Barrie who created Peter Pan left all of the proceeds of his earnings from Peter Pan to Great Ormond Street Hospital. This is a very valuable and this is always ongoing because all over the world, people would like to know the story about a boy who never grew up.
There are a lot of people who think that Peter Pan is fun-loving and adventurous but in reality, the Peter Pan in the book is brilliant but is always unhappy. This is the same as the author who has lost all of the people that he has loved maybe because of circumstances, or maybe because of something else.
The answer to the question “Where did all the proceeds from the book Peter Pan go?” is letter C or Hospital. James Matthew Barrie or most commonly known as J.M. Barrie was born on May 09, 1860 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland, and he was famous for creating the fictional character Peter Pan. He died on June 19, 1937 in London, England, but before he died, he bequeathed all the rights to Peter Pan to Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London.
This meant that the hospital held the copyright for the book and everything related to Peter Pan. However, it is also worthy to note that the copyright of the book expired in 2008 which only meant that Peter Pan and Neverland became a public domain.