, the Pan Greek deity, is often portrayed in cinema, literature, music, and stage productions, as a symbolic or cultural reference.
(1964), Pan appears as one of the attractions in the circus. He seduces Angela Benedict, the librarian, with his enticing music and even takes the form of the man she secretly admires, Ed Cunningham, the newspaper editor. Pan is one of the seven characters in the film played by Tony Randall. 7 Faces of Dr. Lao
(2006) by Pan's Labyrinth Guillermo del Toro (Spanish title: El Laberinto del Fauno) features a faun that is not Pan, but the design was based on Pan
(2007) by Sa majesté Minor Jean-Jacques Annaud is a French film featuring Pan as a main character
Literature [ edit ]
"Pan" (1881), a double-villanelle by
Oscar Wilde 
(1890) by The Great God Pan Arthur Machen 
Pan and the Young Shepherd (1898) by Maurice Hewlett 
The Moon-Slave (1901) by Barry Pain 
The Plea of Pan by Henry W. Nevinson 
The Horned Shepherd (1904) by Edgar Jepson  "The Man Who Went Too Far" (1904) by
E. F. Benson 
The Garden God (1906) by Forrest Reid  "The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn" (1908) in
by The Wind in the Willows Kenneth Grahame  
Pan-Worship and Other Poems (1908) by Eleanor Farjeon 
The Devil and the Crusader (1909), horror novel by Alice & Claude Askew 
The Triumph of Pan (1910) by Victor Neuberg  "The Music on the Hill" (1911) by Hector Hugh Munro aka
Saki  "The Story of a Panic" (1911) by
E. M. Forster  "The Touch of Pan" (1917) by
Algernon Blackwood 
Pan and the Twins (1922) by Eden Philpotts 
The Oldest God (1926) satirical novel by Stephen McKenna  "How Pan Came to Little Ingleton" (1926) by
Margery Lawrence 
The Blessing of Pan (1927), a fantasy novel by Lord Dunsany 
The Crock of Gold (1928) by James Stephens 
The Goat-Foot God (1936) by Dion Fortune 
The Call of Wings by Agatha Christie In the short story "
The Magic Barrel" by Bernard Malamud, main character Pinye Salzman is compared to Pan "A Musical Instrument" and "The Dead Pan", poems by
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
(1973) by Thomas Pynchon Gravity's Rainbow Pan appears in
(1935), written by Charles G. Finney and illustrated by Boris Artzybasheff, and its movie adaptation, The Circus of Dr. Lao (1964) 7 Faces of Dr. Lao Pan is the primary, metaphorical theme in
Knut Hamsun's novel (1894) Pan In
(1985) by Jitterbug Perfume Tom Robbins, Pan plays a prominent role throughout the whole plot "News For The Delphic Oracle", a poem by
William Butler Yeats, published in the collection Last Poems (1939) "Pan With Us" is a poem by
Robert Frost, published as Poem 26 from . A Boy's Will Pan appears in
(1988) by Greenmantle Charles de Lint Pan appears in
Cloven Hooves (1991) by Megan Lindholm
George Pérez's first Wonder Woman story shows a duplicitous Pan tricking Princess Diana In "in Just=",
E.E. Cummings' poem, Pan is described, metaphorically, as "the/ goat-footed/ baloonMan"  In
by Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up J.M. Barrie and related works, the titular character Peter Pan is based on Pan "
The Lawnmower Man" (May 1975) by Stephen King
The Great God Pan (2003) by Donna Jo Napoli, Pan is involved in the Trojan War  In
by Percy Jackson & the Olympians Rick Riordan, Pan is a character sought out by all the satyrs for their quests. One of the main characters, Grover Underwood, was a satyr who searched for Pan until he found him dying in the Labyrinth of King Minos.
(Alphabetical by artist)
Animal Collective has a song entitled "I See You Pan" on their release . Hollinndagain The
medieval folk band Faun has been greatly inspired by Pan, and many of their songs are about Pan, such as "Arcadia" and "Hymn to Pan". "Great God Pan" is a track by
SD Laika from his debut album That's Harakiri. In the original programme for
Gustav Mahler's Third Symphony, the first movement is subtitled "Pan Awakes, Summer Marches In". "La Flute de Pan" (Pan et les Bergers, Pan et l'oiseaux, Pan et les Nymphes) were composed by
Carl Nielsen composed "Pan and Syrinx".
Justinus Primitive produced the Pan-inspired album Praise Pan, Great God Pan, and the songs "On Becoming Water", "Praise Pan, Great God Pan", and "Transformation Mantra" In "Joueur de flute" by
Albert Roussel, one of the four movements is named after Pan "Dryades et Pan" is the last of three
Myths for violin and piano, Op. 30, by Karol Szymanowski.
is an album by We Are All Pan's People The Focus Group. "Pan" is a song by
The Veils "The Pan Within" and "The Return of Pan" are two songs by
The Waterboys. Pan is referenced in
Stevie Wonder's song " Flower Power", from his album . The Secret Life of Plants
Video games [ edit ]
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