Antoine de Saint Exupery
This person is a poetic observer of the human experience and describes his observations of the men and experiences of the French Aeropostale.
This person was a pilot who earned the author's undying and loyal respect both as a pilot and as a man.
This man had ingenious uses of the planes he had come to know so well; he could wield them in nearly any circumstance.
This person was the first Frenchman the thieving Moorish tribes of the Sahara came to respect as able to outsmart them.
Bark (Mohammad ben Lhaoussin)
This person was the Marrakech-native slave at one of the forts in the Sahara and was a source of moral compulsion for the author.
This man was a level-headed, practical, and resourceful man who helped the author survive his crash landing.
This man was a socialist...
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