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Short story "Le Petit Prince"

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"Le Petit Prince" is a famous children's literature short story written by the French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in 1942. The protagonist of this book is Le Petit Prince from the outer planet. The book uses a pilot as a storyteller to describe the various adventures that Le Petit Prince has experienced as he travels from his own planet to Earth. With the child-like vision of Le Petit Prince, the author reveals the emptiness, blindness, ignorance and rigid dogma of adults, and writes the loneliness and loneliness of human beings in the innocent language. At the same time, it also expresses the author's critique of the relationship between money and the eulogy of truth, goodness and beauty.

The novel narrator is a pilot. He told the reader at the beginning of the story that he could not find a person who spoke in the adult world because the adults were too practical. Then, the pilot told the story of Le Petit Prince who met the Sahara Desert in the Sahara desert six years ago. The mysterious little prince comes from another planet. The pilot told the story of Le Petit Prince and his rose. Why did Le Petit Prince leave his planet; which planets he visited before he arrived on Earth. He narrated the adventures of Le Petit Prince on six planets. He met the king, the vanity, the drunkard, the merchant, the lighter, the geographer, the snake, the desert flower of the three petals, the rose garden, The switcher, the vendor, the fox, and our narrator pilot. The pilot and the little prince shared a very precious friendship in the desert.

Le Petit Prince, the novel is named after him, is a mysterious and lovely child. He lives in the small planet called B-612, the only resident of that little planet. Le Petit Prince started a space trip with his own planet and his favorite rose, and finally came to Earth. In the Sahara Desert, Le Petit Prince met the narrator pilot of the novel and became a good friend with him. In the novel, Le Petit Prince symbolizes the fascination of love, innocence, innocence and immersion in the hearts of each of us. Although Le Petit Prince met many people on the road, he never stopped thinking about roses.

The author, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, a French pilot, was born on June 29, 1900 in a traditional Catholic aristocratic family in Lyon, France. He served in the French Air Force from 1921 to 1923. He had been interested in applying for the Naval Academy. He was unwilling to do so, but he was fortunate to be a member of the Air Force. He was one of the first generation of pilots in France. After retiring in 1923, he has worked in various occupations. In 1926, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry entered the airline. In the meantime, he published the novel "Southern Mail" (1929) and "Night Airlines" (1931), and his reputation in literature has since risen. In 1939, another work "The Land of Mankind" came out. He re-entered the French Air Force during the Second World War. Afterwards, he moved to New York and began to live in exile. During this period, he wrote works such as "Air Force Pilot", "Letter to a Hostage", and "Le Petit Prince" (1943). In 1944 he returned to the Allied Mediterranean Air Force. In a mission during World War II (July 31, 1944), he drove the plane into the blue sky and never returned.

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