The Little Prince - Chapter III Summary & Analysis

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Chapter III Summary

The pilot attempts to find out more about the little prince. He asks questions but the boy does not answer most of them. He is clearly much more interested in his sheep and his own thoughts than in answering questions about himself. When the little prince mentions how nice it is that his sheep has a box to use for a house at night, the pilot offers to draw a rope for the prince to use to tie up the sheep. The prince is perplexed at this, having no idea why anybody would want to tie up a sheep. After a short discussion on the subject, the little prince informs the pilot there will be no need to tie up the sheep because there is no place for the sheep to wander off to. Where he lives, everything is very small...

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