The Little Prince - Chapter II Summary & Analysis

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Chapter II Summary

Chapter II begins when the author, now a pilot, has an accident that lands him in the middle of the Sahara Desert. He begins to work on his plane, in hope of fixing the engine before his supply of water runs out. He sleeps on the desert sand that night and when he awakens he hears a voice saying, "If you please--draw me a sheep!" The pilot tells the prince that he cannot draw, but the little prince says that doesn't matter. So the pilot shows the prince something he has drawn before: the boa constrictor from the outside, with the elephant not showing except as a bulge. The prince immediately recognizes it for exactly what it is and the pilot is encouraged. He then draws his best sheep and gives it to the little prince. But the little prince says...

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