John Steinbeck

What are the places the little prince traveled?


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2010-04-14 15:47:54
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Steinbeck did not write the Little Prince- whichwas written by Saint Exuperby, the French writer. In the old days they would Americanize this to sound like Saint ( no problem there)- Ex-Bury or Exburry- this is not correct in French it is Exx-OUU Pair- Bee! but that sounds too ( French) you know get American, Xavier Cugat, not Javier Cugat. and so on.


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