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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2001 - Fiction - 83 pages
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In 2000 Harcourt proudly reissued Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's masterpiece, The Little Prince, in a sparkling new format. Newly translated by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Richard Howard, this timeless classic was embraced by critics and readers across the country for its purity and beauty of expression. And Saint-Exupéry's beloved artwork was restored and remastered to present his work in its original and vibrant colors.

Now Harcourt is issuing uniform full-color foreign language editions. The restored artwork glows like never before. These affordable and beautiful editions are sure to delight an entire new generation of readers, students, children, and adults for whom Saint-Exupéry's story will open the door to a new understanding of life.
 

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User Review  - AlexTheHunn - LibraryThing

I must be one of the two or three people who don't get The Little Prince. I've read it but it just doesn't do anything for me. I don't see it. But, as one interested in Latin, I take what I can get. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
iii
Section 4
v
Section 5
19
Section 6
22
Section 7
25
Section 8
28
Section 10
36
Section 11
37
Section 12
45
Section 13
50
Section 14
73
Section 15
81
Section 16
83
Copyright

Section 9
35

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About the author (2001)

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (1900-1944) was born in Lyons, France. A year after the publication of The Little Prince, Saint-Exupéry disappeared over the Mediterranean while flying a reconnaissance mission for his French air squadron. Best known throughout the world as the author and illustrator of The Little Prince, Saint-Exupéry wrote several other books that also have become classics of world literature.

Richard Howard is the author of eleven books of poetry, including Untitled Subjects, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1970, and most recently, Trappings. He is the translator of more than 150 works from the French and lives in New York City.

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