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El Principito

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Pocas historias han sido tan ampliamente leídas y tan universalmente apreciadas por niños y adultos por igual como El Principito. Pocos libros han sido tan universalmente apreciados como El Principito, una fábula lírica que explora el sentido mismo de la vida. Luego de deambular perdido en un desierto después de estrellar su...

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Pocas historias han sido tan ampliamente leídas y tan universalmente apreciadas por niños y adultos por igual como El Principito.

Pocos libros han sido tan universalmente apreciados como El Principito, una fábula lírica que explora el sentido mismo de la vida.

Luego de deambular perdido en un desierto después de estrellar su avión, un piloto entra en contacto con un pequeño y cautivador príncipe  que relata su viaje de planeta en planeta y su búsqueda de lo que es más importante en la vida.

Por más de setenta años el clásico El Principito de Antoine de Saint- Exupéry, ha capturado los corazones de los lectores. La historia caprichosa, que a su vez da la sensación de cuento de hadas, ha vendido más de 3 millones de copias en todos los formatos. Esta edición incluye el texto original completo acompañado de bellas ilustraciones de Saint- Exupery. Perfecta tanto para los fans de siempre como para aquéllos que conocerán al Principito por primera vez.

 

 

  • Autor: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  • Formato: Carpeta blanda
  • Páginas: 96
  • Tamaño: 5 x 8
  • Casa Publicadora: Mariner Books
  • Edad: 14 and up

The author and illustrator of this famous mid-twentieth century allegory was a World War II French airplane pilot who was shot down and killed within a year of the book's publication. This handsome edition of a much-loved book that has, since its publication in 1943, been translated into eighty different languages and read in more than 180 countries has been given added stature by the quality of this new version.  All of the illustrations which are copies of Sainte-Exupery's original drawings for the first edition have been done in ink and water colors. The fable is told in the first person by a narrator/pilot who, after a crash landing in the Sahara Dessert, meets the Little Prince who is from another much smaller planet. As the two become friends the little prince describes his travels among other planets he has visited and the people he has met who lived there. Not surprisingly, as the story was written during war time, the qualities displayed by the occupants of the other planets include vanity, greed, power, and blindly following directions. The time covered by the book is only eight days, which is how long it takes the pilot to repair his plane, but it is enough time for the pilot to come to care deeply for the little prince. This is an outstanding book for an adolescent to take into adulthood, for an adult who knew it and loved it, or for anyone who has never known it. Reviewer: Eleanor Heldrich

The Little Prince's appeal is undeniable. Its charm had reach distant places, being a bestseller all over our planet. See more interpretations of this beloved character here

 

 

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