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Letter to a hostage

Antoine de Saint-ExupГ©ry

Letter to a hostage

by Antoine de Saint-ExupГ©ry

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Published by Pushkin Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Translations into English,
  • Exiles" writings, French,
  • French

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAntoine de Saint-Exupéry ; translated from the French by Jacqueline Gerst
    ContributionsGerst, Jacqueline
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPQ2637.A274 L413 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination58 p. ;
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25000407M
    ISBN 101906548013
    ISBN 109781906548018
    LC Control Number2009464660
    OCLC/WorldCa232973864

      Small as it may be, Letter to a Hostage is a monumental read and the most direct surviving glimpse of Saint-Exupéry’s boundless mind and spirit. Complement it with his original watercolors for The Little Prince, which exude a great deal of the Sahara sensibility he so cherished. Letter to a Hostage, which contains certain themes that were to appear in The Little Prince, is Saint-Exupery's optimistic and humane open letter to a Jewish intellectual hiding in occupied France in ISBN

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    Letter to a Hostage Lyrics: I want to take it back, the feelings that remind me of why I came back / I want to kill the dream and kill the current law / I want to bring you down to minus one / I. Of course in the book, Stephen King superbly describes the hostage's dilemma, whereas the movie engulfs the viewer in supreme anxiety visually. Gads, it gives me chills to think about it ;-) Being a hostage is certainly one of the most difficult situations to convey in writing, but what a terrific challenge!


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