The Little Prince - Chapter XIX Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XIX Summary

Here the little prince finds himself completely alone in the desert. He thinks that if he climbs the nearest peak he will be able to survey the entire planet. But this planet is much too big for that. Still, he does try to engage with whomever might be out there in the desert. He does so by saying "good morning" in a very polite fashion. As he speaks, his voice echoes throughout, giving the impression of people nearby. The little prince says a few more things, hears them echoed several times, and concludes that the people of Earth have no imagination because they merely repeat whatever is said to them.

Chapter XIX Analysis

This is a lovely example of what happens when one enters a place that is nothing like the places one has previously been. The little prince does what...

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