Compare and Constrast Essay on The Little Prince

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The Little Prince


The Little Prince was a very interesting book to say the least. It



opened my eyes to many things that I had no idea about. It was about a little prince who
was against "grown-up" beliefs. He believed that children were the best. He thought this
because they are open-minded and have much faith in what they believe. The little prince
never experienced death or anything tragic so he was quite clueless when it came to "the
real world." He didn't love anything in his life except his rose. She talked to him and
was his only friend. She accidentally opened her mouth and out came a lie. The flower was
created on the little prince's planet , so she had no idea what her home planet was. She
was in a bad mood one time and she said , "It would be better on my planet" , or something
of the sort and the little prince caught her. He did not tolerate being lied to , like
most people , and so he left her and went away to see what else there was in the universe.
He visited many stars and asteroids and on the stars and asteroids he met many people. All
of which taught him a lesson or something valuable. The little prince was a very
open-minded person. I am enjoying this book a lot. The most important character in the
story was the fox. He told the little prince that to tame something or someone , you have
to love them and get a routine down.

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