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A French novel named The Little Prince is clearly a classic book that will remain being famous because of the fact that both adults and children can fall in love with the tale in their own ways I chose the story to read mainly because it was a mere hundred pages not expecting to actually enjoy reading it I did not feel awkward reading a childrens book because the way the book affected me was the way most difficult books I read today feel after completing After reading this short novel I could clearly understand why it has become a true classic book in the eyes of todays society Most bookstores and libraries carry this French novel in their childrens section The sentences are simple and flow with an easy poetic grace and interspersed with the clear text making this book simple to read and understand The illustrations are child-like pictures but yet meticulously detailed Antoine de Saint Exupry a French pilot and author wrote this book in 1943 with the subject of aviation The book begins with a child then skips ahead many years later with the subject maturing through life This book is basically about understanding life The Little Prince lived happily alone on his small planet until the wind planted for him a new seed from which sprang the loveliest flower he had ever seen He lavished his love and attention upon the flower which in turn tormented him with her vanity and her pride ultimately driving him to abandon his home and venture forth into the galaxy in search of the secret of what is important in life He learns this secret finally from a creature of the Earth a fox With his new level of understanding the Little Prince is at last ready to return home but not before he passes on his new knowledge to the author - knowledge of the
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