Le Petit Prince: Avec les dessins de l'auteur (Reclams Rote Reihe - Fremdsprachentexte)

Le Petit Prince Avec les dessins de l auteur Reclams Rote Reihe Fremdsprachentexte Der kleine Prinz erstmals in den USA und dann auch in Frankreich erschienen hat mit seinem Zauber Generationen von Lesern begeistert Wohl jeder erinnert sich an das Bild mit dem Elefanten

  • Title: Le Petit Prince: Avec les dessins de l'auteur (Reclams Rote Reihe - Fremdsprachentexte)
  • Author: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Ernst Kemmner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Der kleine Prinz , erstmals 1943 in den USA und dann 1946 auch in Frankreich erschienen, hat mit seinem Zauber Generationen von Lesern begeistert Wohl jeder erinnert sich an das Bild mit dem Elefanten, auf dem man den Elefanten nicht sieht, an die seltsamen Asteroidenbewohner den K nig ohne Untertanen, den Trinker, den Gesch ftsmann, den Laternenanz nder etwa, an die S Der kleine Prinz , erstmals 1943 in den USA und dann 1946 auch in Frankreich erschienen, hat mit seinem Zauber Generationen von Lesern begeistert Wohl jeder erinnert sich an das Bild mit dem Elefanten, auf dem man den Elefanten nicht sieht, an die seltsamen Asteroidenbewohner den K nig ohne Untertanen, den Trinker, den Gesch ftsmann, den Laternenanz nder etwa, an die Schlange, an den kleinen Fuchs In der Universal Bibliothek erscheint Der kleine Prinz mit den bekannten Illustrationen des Verfassers Ungek rzte und unbearbeitete Textausgabe in der Originalsprache, mit bersetzungen schwieriger W rter, Nachwort und Literaturhinweisen.E Book mit Seitenz hlung der gedruckten Ausgabe Buch und E Book k nnen parallel benutzt werden.

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    • Nataliya says:

      *** For those who somehow have no idea about what happens in The Little Prince or cannot figure it out at a reasonable spot in the book, here is a warning - THERE WILL BE, as much as I hate applying this term to this incredibly famous classic that does not rely on Aha! moments to keep the readers' attention, SPOILERS! ****-----------'You do understand that the Little Prince died?' my mother asked as carefully and gently as only adults who know that loss of innocence can be crushing but is brutal [...]

    • Manny says:

      The next asteroid the Little Prince came to was inhabited by a Quiz Addict. He sat hunched in front of his laptop, and barely looked up when the Little Prince greeted him. There was nowhere else to sit, since the whole asteroid was covered in books."Good morning!" said the Little Prince."I'm sorry, I don't have time to talk to you," said the Quiz Addict. "I am very busy. Wait. In Twilight, what color was Edward's car?""I don't know," said the Little Prince. "I have never read this book Twilight. [...]

    • Erin says:

      We are all children in adults bodies. Yes we are, don't think we aren't for one moment. The fact that we WERE, indeed, children, is a huge part of each of us. It is possible to shed a few appreciative tears on every page of this book if you entertain the thought that the pilot IS The Little Prince. Maybe you won't think that--maybe you'll have your own take on the book---that's the magic about it. This book is translated to English from French. If you understand and/or appreciate French, the del [...]

    • Ahmad Sharabiani says:

      574. Le Petit Prince = The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-ExupéryThe Little Prince (French: Le Petit Prince), first published in 1943, is a novella, the most famous work of French aristocrat, writer, poet, and pioneering aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The Little Prince is a poetic tale, with watercolour illustrations by the author, in which a pilot stranded in the desert meets a young prince visiting Earth from a tiny asteroid. The story is philosophical and includes social criticism of th [...]

    • Hailey (HaileyinBookland) says:

      So amazing. I can see many rereads of this in the years to come.

    • Stephen says:

      A "Daddy/Daughter nighttime reading hour" reviewThis was a toughy for me to review. I wasn't sure of the best perspective from which to provide comments so as to be of assistance to my fellow readers since this is a children's book (rather than YA which would be reviewed purely on its own merits). After a short session of "what should I do," I bravely decided to punt, figuring that there are already more than enough excellent reviews of this without my clogging up the cyber arteries with another [...]

    • Alejandro says:

      Beautiful reading!WHEN A ROSE IS NOT A ROSEIt is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.I plan to read The Little Prince since many time ago, and I was aware that it was a quick reading, but still I hadn’t do it yet, until now.I went to the cinema theaters and I watched the new animated film about it, and while I hadn’t read the book, I watched the film and I loved it. I was aware that it wasn’t an exact adaptation per se, and then I knew th [...]

    • Kevin Kelsey says:

      Overrated. It practically begs the reader to come to the conclusion that if you don't "get it", it's your own fault because you're a "grown up, and only kids can see what matters". The truth is, there's nothing to get. It's heavy handed, clumsily executed observations on what's important in life. It's not wrong by any means, but it's the kind of pseudo-intellectual detritus that freshmen philosophy majors will discuss as they pass the joint.I'm going to go with a literal interpretation of the pl [...]

    • فرشاد says:

      یاد آن روزها که بلندترین ساختمان شهر، سیلوی گندم بود بخیر، آن روز ها، عصر که میشد میرفتم در حیاط خانه و جایی پشت بوته گل رز پنهان میشدم، آن وقت به انتظار گربه های ی بخت برگشته مینشتم. سر و کله یکی شان که پیدا میشد، با لنگه کفش کهنه به سوی ش نشانه میرفتم و سپس پرتابی بی نهایت جانان [...]

    • Fabian says:

      For a kid's story, this one has rather heavy-handed intentions embedded into a sophisticated system of symbols that exists to produce a strong & emotional effect. Like Voltaire in "Micromegas", Antoine de Saint-Exupery plays with sizes & scales, meddles with the allegorical and even plays with time. He knew, like an astute psychoanalyst, precisely which images to use to convey the mere representation of Mortality. Le Petit Prince is the Everyman who has a deep passion somewhere inside of [...]

    • FrancoSantos says:

      Un libro que adquiere distintos significados dependiendo de la edad en que lo leas:*De niño: una historia entrañable sobre un príncipe que busca conocer el mundo.*De adolescente: una historia sobre el crecimiento y lo que denota ser adulto. Se trata, quizá, de una advertencia.*De adulto: al contrario de lo que muchos creen, para mí es claro que El Principito no está escrito ni para niños ni para adolescentes, sino para el adulto promedio. Así, El Principito se transforma en un recordator [...]

    • Anne says:

      There's a huge place in my heart for this little world-in-a-book; I read it first when I was wee, again many times since. A review won't do it justice, so I'll quote one of my favorite passages and risk sentimentality:---"Nothing is perfect," sighed the fox.But he came back to his idea."My life's very monotonous," he said. "I hunt chickens; men hunt me.All chickens are just alike, and all the men are just alike.And in consequence, I am a little bored.But if you tame me, it'll be as if the sun ca [...]

    • Rajat Ubhaykar says:

      Written as a children's book, I find myself unable to pin down firmly as to what makes The Little Prince such a universally likeable book, be it children or grown-ups. What makes it the Hotel California of literature? Is it because most grown-ups secretly love being treated like kids? I think as a grown-up you ought to know better than that. Grown-ups like to be petted around now and then in jest, but that's the end of it. Often, when grown-ups are indeed treated like kids and they're not in the [...]

    • Ahmad Sharabiani says:

      574. The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéryتاریخ نخستین خوانش: ماه می سال 1982؛ سال 1994 میلادی؛ ماه فوریه سال 2001 و ماه نوامبر سال 2006 میلادیشهریار کوچولو - کتاب قرن بیستم - آنتوان دو سنت اگزوپری (امیرکبیر و نگاه)، برگردان احمد شاملو، ادبیاتاز بچه ­ها عذر می­خواهم که این کتاب را به یکی از بزرگترها ه [...]

    • Nandakishore Varma says:

      I have read only three books which I felt were magical: One Hundred Years of Solitude, To Kill a Mockingbird and this one. However, what separates this from the other two is that this is a book for all ages.There was a magazine called "Imprint" (now defunct) during my childhood, in India. It used to publish literary articles and stories. My father got official copies and he brought them home regularly. One issue contained this story, and he gave it to me for reading. I was maybe 10-12 at that ti [...]

    • Kai says:

      “It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.”I remember, when I was little, I had this round CD case and it contained an audiobook. Now as a child I loved audiobooks, or someone reading stories to me. Still do today, actually. Anyway, the audiobook was titled The Little Prince, and I listened to it quite often. That, however was at least 10 years ago, possibly more. So I decided that it was time for a reread. (I'm sorry to say that I cannot [...]

    • LolaReviewer says:

      So precious.

    • Agir(آگِر) says:

      دوروز پیش یعنی 25 دی ماه 93 بالاخره برای بار سوم شازده کوچولو رو تموم کردمبا خودم قرار گذاشتم هر سال یه بار بخونمش تا شازده کوچولو رو فراموش نکنم و دنیا برام رنگ عادت نگیره و هر چیزی که میبینم مثه شازده کوچولو و زوربا شگفت زده ام کنه و این قسمت وجودم همیشه بیدار بمونهاولین بار ترج [...]

    • emma says:

      this book was just as lovely the second time as it was the first. (and almost as great in english as in french.)not sure if i can write extensively on this book. it's just so lovely and wonderful, and it really seems like one of those books that reveals another facet with every reading.lovelovelove this one.full review: emmareadstoomuch.wordpress

    • Paul Bryant says:

      In a grimy underground locked public toilet The Little Prince wakes slowly, he’s been out cold for hours. He’s bleeding from a gash on his upper arm. He finds he is chained by leg irons to the wall. There is another person sharing his predicament. It’s a bear, also chained to the opposite wall. In the center of the floor is the corpse of what appears to be donkey in a pool of blood. Near the corpse are a gun, a tape recorder and a saw. “Grownups are very strange,” said the Little Princ [...]

    • Brian Michels says:

      A little review for little prince:Once you get over the hyped mystique and granduer too often hitched to this little book, I think it's not a stretch to look at it for what it is. The more appropriate title should be: How To Train A Little Fascist. Aside from being obviously sentimental it was also a bit boring. I refuse to let my kid read it.

    • Rinda Elwakil says:

      "إن هؤلاء الكبار لا يدركون شيئاً من تلقاء نفوسهم، فلا بد للصغار أن يشرحوا لهم و يطيلوا الشرح و يكرروا، و لا يخفي ما في هذا من التعب و العناء"كانت هذه معاناة طفل صغير ملّ أن الكبار لا يروا ما يراه، أقول لك أن هذا الرسم ثعبان بوا يهضم فيلاً، فلِم تصر علي أنه قُبعة؟!"الكبار جادون، ج [...]

    • Clau R. says:

      Pero qué cosa tan más hermosa.Tengo un vago recuerdo de haberlo leído cuando estaba pequeña, pero ni de cerca me impactó como me ha impactado ahora.

    • Laurel says:

      It was the first time in quite a while that I'd seen my uncle. He had crossed the country to visit us. When he reached our house, he hugged and kissed us all, then pulled out the English version of this book."This is for you," he said, "and on the next starry night, I'm going to read it to you."I gave him a puzzled look.He explained, "you have to read this on a night when you can see the stars. Don't worry, you'll understand."The starry night came, and we settled in for a few hours of reading. A [...]

    • Μaria Vrisanaki says:

      Πόσο γλυκό!Πόσο τρυφερό!Και πόσο συγκινητικό!Εντάξει, το παραδέχομαι, έκλαψα λίγο. Όσο το διάβαζα, χαμογελούσα σαν χαζή. Ευχόμουν να ξαναγίνω έτσι, αθώα! Δεν ήθελα να τελειώσει με αυτό τον τρόπο, αλλά ξέρω ότι αυτό έπρεπε να γίνει.Αγάπησα αυτό το μικρό βιβλίο για τα μεγάλα διδ [...]

    • بثينة العيسى says:

      كتاب لذيذ، شهي، عذب، لامسني في أعمق شغافي، في طفولتي. فتنني وعشقته، يندرُ أن أقبّل كتبي - إذ يجب التحفظ قليلا مع هذه الكائنات - ولكنني قبلتُ هذا الأمير الصغير، وردته ونجمته وبراكينه الخامدة، قبلته في قلبه.عودوا أطفالاً هنا :)

    • أحمد says:

      يقولون إنه من كُتب الأطفال! وأظن أن من يعتقد ذلك عَجَز عن فهم الكتاب. فهو ليس كتابا للأطفال، وإنما هو حُلمٌ عجيب لطفل كبير حكيم! حلم يبحث في دهشة عن حقيقة هذا العالم، ويسخر من شوائبه الزائلة، وممن يعتقد أنه "نضج" وفهم "الأمور المهمة" جيدا! هذا الكتاب ميزان للناس، من يقرؤه يعرف مك [...]

    • K.D. Absolutely says:

      Review After Re-Reading - February 9, 2012Rating: 3 stars! Although I still liked it, I have to lower the rating by two stars because:1. The book is really intended for children as it is very whimsical and illogical. We husbands cannot give an empty wallet to our wives and tell them that there is our salary inside and expect them to be happy. Honey, here is my wallet, what is essential is invisible to your eyes!2. Saint-Ex contradicted himself so several times via his characters. For example, he [...]

    • Cait (Paper Fury) says:

      I'm having one of those awkward moments where I, umI just don't get it. Look, I've never been good with metaphors and absurdism books. I just get left in a small puddle of confusion. I think this book just wanted to say that adults suck because they don't listen to children. Which can be true. But being an adult doesn't always mean you've lost your imagination. (Hello?? Artists!!) So I don't know. It's either an allegory or a big metaphor or just one of those whimsy classics that are talking abo [...]

    • Manny says:

      We've just been in Italy for a couple of days, and luckily there was a bookshop a few doors down from the place we were staying. I bought some Italian books to try and make some progress on this language where I am still a total beginner. One of them was Il piccolo principe.Well having already read it in six languages (English, Swedish, French, German, Spanish and Russian), I could mostly follow the text. I don't think I know it by heart and am just pretending to read it, since I discovered earl [...]

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