Book Title: LE PETIT PRINCE
Original Language: French
Author: Antoine De Saint-Exupery
Published first in 1943 in France and then translated in 250 languages.
SHORT PLOT SUMMARY
In this book the narrator begins the tale with an explanation of his dislike of adults; he claims he does not enjoy them, for they are much too practical. Instead, he prefers the company of children, who are natural and curious.
Then the book talks about the plane crashed of the author in the desert, where he met the Little Prince, a mystical creature from another planet. The narrator tells why the Prince left his planet and where he visited before coming to Earth. His adventures on six different planets are recounted, including the encounters with the king, the conceited man, the tippler, the businessman, the lamplighter, the geographer, the snake, the desert flower, the garden of roses, the railway switch man, the merchant, the fox, and the narrator.
The narrator and the Prince share a rewarding relationship on the desert, and when the Little Prince departs, the narrator misses his company. He writes the novel in memory of the Little Prince.
MOOD OF THE BOOK
The mood of this book varies between adventurous thanks to the Little Prince’s travels stories and mysterious for his hidden identity at the very beginning of the book, with a philosophical overtone as he questions the fox and the narrator.
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