The Little Prince - Chapter XX Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XX Summary

The little prince finds a rose garden and is surprised to learn that his flower is not unique. Yet at the same time he realizes that her need to be seen as unique is very strong--so strong, in fact, that should he fail to fulfill caring for her appropriately, she will wither and die. Saddened by the knowledge that his flower is not unique, and a little depressed about the relatively small size of his volcanoes, he decides that both disappointments mean he is not a very great prince. He lies down and cries.

Chapter XX Analysis

The little prince is reconciling his understanding of the world with the reality of it. It is painful. He has to shift his thinking from the way he thought things were to the way they truly are. It is a hard lesson, for everybody...

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