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Le Petit Prince (French)
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 31, 2014
this book was not for me
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0 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on October 27, 2002
...This Book is about a nutcase who draws snakes with elephants inside and becomes a pilot because the " grandes personnes " wanted him to stop drawing nonsense and become something useful. Anyhow, he crashes and hallucinates about this stupid little kid who calls himself "le Petit Prince" who lives all alone on a planet the size of a table. One day, a talking flower comes along and makes him depressed so he somehow magically goes to see other planets and ends up on earth where he meets a talking fox and Antoine de Saint-Exupere. He then regrets leaving his planet and tells a talking snake to kill him so he can " return to his planet". So now, after reading my review you see what a waste of valuable time this book is.
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0 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on March 5, 2004
When the book started it was some little kid that calls himself "The Little Price" and it's of some planet that's really small. On this planet he has a few things...includiing three volcanoes(one non-active) and a flower. This psycho little kid talks to the flower. Wow. How thrilling...I was being sarcastic! Then, he get's bored of the flower that supposedly "talks Back," and goes out to seek other people....finally. He meets these self-absorbed grown-ups, and decides that they are too greedy and wants to kill himself because he doesn't want to grow up to be like them. So....he does! Yay!
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0 of 31 people found the following review helpful
on August 29, 2002
Someone please shoot me in the face, am i the only one who didn't enjoy this book. i read it last year in my 4th year honors french class, now up until the semester when we read this book, i had been a fairly good french student, i have family who live in provence, i visit them often and i had never made a B in french until the semester of junior year when we read "le petit prince" needless to say i made a C that semester. this was the dumbest thing i've ever laid eyes on...well besides a few girls i know. but who gives a merde about some little kid going from planet to planet asking a bunch of dumb questions, and be in love with a rose. im (upset), cause this made me totally lose intrest in french, and now that im a senior and in AP french...im not trying at all, this book is awful, maybe i should read it in english.......nah. oh well, c'est la vie
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