A collection of letters from the author of The Little Prince revealing unpublished facets of the great writer. A document of intense poetic and human value, with the bottom of the risky job airman in the first decades of the twentieth century.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (1900-1944) is one of the most popular literary figures of the twentieth century. Works like Night Flight, Terre des hommes, Pilot war and, above all, The Little Prince, have been known widely disseminated worldwide. The image of Saint-Exupery as intellectual adventurer, daring man of action pilot and is surrounded by a mythical aura that excess could distort its real and complex personality. These Letters to a friend invented -addressed her old friend Renée de Saussine- collect an unprecedented aspect of "Saint-Ex" contains many facets that enrich the image of the great author and at the same time constitute a li...read more