Little Prince

ISBN-10: 9500426404
ISBN-13: 9789500426404
Edition: 6th
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Description: El Principito (en francés Le Petit Prince), publicado en 1943, es la novela más famosa del aviador francés Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, la cual escribió mientras se hospedaba en un hotel en Nueva York. En apariencia es un libro infantil; en él se  More...

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List price: $5.95
Edition: 6th
Publisher: Editorial Planeta, S. A.
Publication date: 6/30/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 109
Size: 4.50" wide x 6.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.198

El Principito (en francés Le Petit Prince), publicado en 1943, es la novela más famosa del aviador francés Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, la cual escribió mientras se hospedaba en un hotel en Nueva York. En apariencia es un libro infantil; en él se tratan temas tan profundos como el sentido de la vida, la amistad y el amor. En la novela, Saint-Exupéry se imagina a sí mismo estancado en el desierto del Sahara donde conoce a un pequeño príncipe extraterrestre. En sus conversaciones con él, el autor revela su propia visión sobre la estupidez de la humanidad y la sencilla sabiduría que las personas parecen olvidar cuando crecen. El relato viene acompañado por varias ilustraciones dibujadas por el autor.

Antoine de Saint-Exupery, 1900 - 1944 Antoine de Saint-Exupery was born in Lyon, France on June 29, 1900. Saint-Exupery was educated in Jesuit schools. He later attended a Catholic boarding school in Switzerland before entering the Ecole de Beaux-Arts as an architecture student. de Saint-Exupery began his military service in 1921 and was sent to Strasbourgh to be trained as a pilot. He received his pilot's license in 1922 and, after a few dead end jobs as a bookkeeper and an automobile salesman, he began flying mail for a commercial airline company. His route over North Africa was the basis for his first novel, Southern Mail, in 1929. His second novel, Night Flight, became an international bestseller and was made into a film in 1933. By that time, de Saint-Exupery was married to Consuelo Gomez Castillo and was working as a test pilot for Air France. He was also working as a foreign correspondent covering May Day events in Moscow and writing a series on the Spanish Civil War. His book, Wind, Sand and Stars won the French Academy's 1939 Grand Prix du Roman and the National Book Award in the United States. He came to the United States after France fell in World War II, but rejoined the French Air Force in North Africa in 1943. That same year he published The Little Prince, a children's story of such universal appeal that it has been translated into close to fifty languages. Antoine de Saint-Exupery took off on a flight over Southern France on July 31, 1944 and was never seen again. In 1998, a fisherman found a bracelet with his name and his wife's name engraved on it, 150 kilometers west of Marseilles.

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