The Little Prince is a book I have read over five times now, and have listened to countless times. There are so many ways to interpret the different parts of the book and I want to hear how you, the wonderful nerdfighters, interpret it!
You can talk about anything; the characters, the symbolism, your favorite quotes, or even about the translations, whatever you want!
I am not a very good writer myself, and my spelling and grammer is a mess so please be nice here and focus on the book.
*runs upstairs to get her copy*
I've not got much in terms of interpretation, but you have piqued by interest so just give me time. But I do remember that my favourite line was the one about his heart 'beating like the heart of a dying bird' ohgodblublublub.
Flicking through the pages to refresh my memory, I'm mostly struck by the baobabs, which he has to uproot in their infancy to stop them engulfing his home. That and the lovely fact that the mind-screwy sunsets on his planet aren't totally mundane to him. But I must go and reread!