Additional Resources for Wind, Sand and Stars by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

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Gate, Curtis. Antoine de Saint-Exupery: His Life and Times. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1970. This long study is probably the best English-language account of the life and milieu of SaintExupery. The book explains a great deal about the art of flying during Saint-Exupery's lifetime, and contains a fascinating set of photographs of Saint-Exupery, his friends and fellow aviators, and the rudimentary aircraft in which they flew.

Migeo, Marcel. The Story of SaintExupery. Translated by Herrna Briffault. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1960. A fellow aviator and a friend of SaintExupery's, Migeo tends to emphasize Saint-Exupery's descriptions of flight over the philosophical content of his writing. Contains several helpful maps.

Richardson, Kenneth, ed. Twentieth Century Writing. New York: Newnes Books, 1969. The short entry on SaintExupery focuses on the author's philosophy; the discussion is clear and pointed.

Rumbold, Richard, and Lady Margaret Stewart. The Winged Life: A Portrait of...

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