The regular chapters are interspersed with pornographic pastiches of works by artists and authors of the period, presented as chapters in Monsieur Rougeur's White Book, a collection of illustrated pornographic stories.
Each chapter is in the style of different authors and artists of the period: these include presentations in the styles of Colette and Aubrey Beardsley, Guillaume Apollinaire and Alfons Mucha, Oscar Wilde and Egon Schiele, and Pierre Louÿs and Franz von Bayros.
Alice, having briefly been made queen (in Through The Looking-Glass And What Alice Found There), is more authoritarian in her upper-class English speech patterns and formal manner.
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The title of the work is a play on the name for Peter Pan's followers, the Lost Boys.
The individual sections dealing with the three titular "girls" all have distinct visual layouts and themes used for their chapters.
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In the UK the book was published on 1 January 2008, and launched by Moore and Gebbie at a book launch in London on 2 January.
The original three-volume slipcase edition of Lost Girls was replaced in summer 2009 by a single-volume edition.
The book was nonetheless approved and continues to be published in the UK.
On 23 June 2006, officials for Great Ormond Street Hospital—which was given the copyright to Peter Pan by J. Barrie in 1929—asserted that Moore would need their permission to publish the book in the UK and Europe.
Equally, the titles of each chapter naturally point towards the three "original" authors' books: "The Mirror", "Silver Shoes", "Missing Shadows", "A Vice From a Caterpillar", "Which Dreamed It? This format initially derived from its original serialised publication in Stephen R.