Little Prince

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  • Topic: The Little Prince, Alan Jay Lerner, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
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A novelette called The Little Prince was written by a French writer, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, who was known for his children books. The book was being published during 1943 and became a great hit to both the young and the old. Many of the readers realized the true meaning of love and sorrow through this story moreover the pictures drawn by the author he himself made the book eye catching. Even thought the book barely stretches less than hundred pages but it seemed to us that we had read a longest novel because of its lifelong lesson we had earned from it. Years later the book was translated into many languages for the world to realize what was the feeling being a kid.

The story began with a flashback of an aviator who got crashed in a desert called Sahara. Then not so long he met the little prince, a young innocent boy who was in search for a sheep; because that was the only way to save his flower from the dangerous Baobabs. After the several visit to the planets the little prince finally arrive to earth. Unlike the other planets he knew this was not an ordinary planet. Here he found about that there is something more than the physical appearance, which is within a thing. The story ended by the little prince returning to his own planet to go back and stay with the flower, which is the most prominent thing to him.

The little prince is one of my admirable character because of his attractive and his refined characteristics made him much more interesting. The most thing I like about him is the truthfulness and his sincerity to his friend, which is the flower. I was very impressed when he decided to offer his own life to a thing that he really likes. I would be glad to portrait the personality that the little prince had, and also be glad to have someone or thing that I could be dedicate to.

Saying goodbye; the author knew that goodbye is a hardest thing you would do in your entire life, especially when that someone is very superior to you. I myself had...
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