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An Analysis of The Little Prince

Summary: Analyzes the classic story The Little Prince, by French author Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Attempts to further explain the hidden symbolism in the work by mostly focusing on the comparisons of adults and children throughout the novel.
In the novel, The Little Prince by French author Antoine de Saint-Exupery, there are many metaphorical concepts and anecdotes that relate to the theme of narrow-mindedness. The author uses stories, drawings, and descriptions also to convey indirectly his views on growing up, and the corrupt world of adults as compared to that of children. This all goes on to say that because the children are more open-minded to things, they are more admirable and decent than the adults, who invariably are pretentious and concerned with matters that are insignificant. Although, these sentiments could have been expressed very simply in one paragraph, they were put into 111 pages worth of words.This length effectively allowed the readers to see clearly all of his points on the matters at hand. These examples and accounts all provide a thorough understanding of his implications.

The narrator/author uses his drawings to show the...

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