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Kirjat Saint Exupery

Antoine de Saint Exupéry

Antoine Marie Jean-Babtiste Roger,

comte de Saint Exupéry

29.6.1900 - 31.7.1944



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Saint-Exupéry's notable literary works (published English translations in brackets) are constituted by:[81]



L'Aviateur (1926) (The Aviator, in the anthology A Sense of Life)

Courrier sud (1929) (Southern Mail) – made as a movie in French

Vol de nuit (1931) (Night Flight) – winner of the full prix Femina, and made twice as a movie and a TV film, both in English

Terre des hommes (1939) – winner of the Grand Prix du roman de l'Académie française



Wind, Sand and Stars (simultaneous distinct English version)[Note 15] – winner of the U.S. National Book Award[6][82]



Pilote de guerre (1942) (titled in English as: Flight to Arras) – winner of the Grand Prix Littéraire de l'Aéro-Club de France[83]

Le petit prince (1943) (The Little Prince), posthumous in France[83] – translated into more than 250 languages and dialects, and among the top three selling books in the world;[84] made as both movies and TV films in a number of languages, and adapted to numerous other media in many languages

Lettre à un otage (1944) (Letter to a Hostage, posthumous in English)[85]

Lehden nimi
Little Prince
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