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Partition of the Little Prince opera

In 1992 the opera The Little Prince was played in Budapest. This is the partition of the conductor.
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Partition of the orchestral work "Homage to Saint-Exupery"

The orchestral work for symphony orchestra "Homage to Saint-Exupery" ("Pocta St. Exupérymu" pro velký orchestr), by Milan Slavicky. The work, which lasted 9 minutes first played in Prague in 1971. The reproduction of the original score was published by Panton editions in Prague in 1985.
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Partition of a song of the Little Prince

Lyrics: Patrice GUIRAO
Music: Michel ARMENGO (called ART MENGO)
Published by CBS Music Publishing in Neuilly s/ Seine
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Official program of the show "The Little Prince" by the company Laterna Magika

Performed at the Národní divadlo theatre in Prague in April 2016.
Directed by Vladimír Morávek
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Poster

Celebration in Lyon of the Centennial of Antoine de Saint Exupery's birth.

Poster created by Jean-Louis Chollet.
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Night flight Bastia-Hyères-Lyon

Air rally to celebrate the Centennial of Antoine de Saint Exupery's birth.

Poster created by Jean-Louis Chollet.
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Poster of the puppet theatre performance "The Little Prince"

Only one representation of this puppet play, based on the fairy tale for children and adults, took place in Berlin at the Schillertheater on 10 October 2008. This completely new production was staged by the Theater Thespiskarren with a light show and a video projection.
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Looking for The Little Prince - Competition for the design of creative products

This competition, which had been organized in order to promote the reading of the novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupery on the occasion of the sixtieth year of its first publication, was open to all pupils and students regardless of their school and their grade. It aimed to stimulate the development of the creative content proposed in the text by the youth.
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Poster of the exhibition "From one Little Prince ...the other"

Poster of the exhibition "One Little Prince ... the other", which took place at the Mediathèque Albert Camus in 36100 Issoudun (France) from 20 July to 18 September 2010.

Note that the archives (correspondence, etc.) of Léon Werth – Saint-Exupery's friend to which The Little Prince is dedicated, are kept at the Centre de la Mémoire de la Médiathèque Albert-Camus in Issoudun.
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Poster of the animation film The Little Prince

This movie poster for the 2015 animation film The Little Prince has the shape of a book jacket and the size to fit PP-3123.
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Poster of the film "The Little Prince"

Czech poster announcing the film of Stanley Donen. This poster, dating from 1974, was designed by painter Kája Saudek who was the author of many popular cartoons in the Czech Republic. He was the twin brother of renowned photographer Jan Saudek.
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Poster of the ballet "The Little Prince"

Poster of the ballet for children "The Little Prince" played by the soloists, the choir and the Ballet of the Slovak National Theatre. Synopsis by Zuzana Mistríková and Ondrej Soth, direction and choreography by Ondrej Soth, music Michal Pavlíček. The première took place on Saturday, 17 September 2011 at the Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava.
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Front cover of "Charlie Hebdo"

On Wednesday, February 15, 2006, the magazine "Charlie Hebdo" used a caricature of the Little Prince on the front cover of its issue nr. 713 in order to illustrate the position taken by Mr Jacques Chirac, President of the French Republic, after the publication of the Mahomet drawings in the preceding number.
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Front cover of Culture Enjeu

In September 2015, the magazine Culture Enjeu used a caricature of the Little Prince as a thread in his no. 47 to address the topic "No religion without culture."
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Advertising poster for the French-German Youth Office

The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) is an international organization which has aim to tighten the bonds between young people in both countries, to strengthen their mutual understanding and, to this effect, to provoke, encourage and, where necessary, to set up meetings and exchanges between them.
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Paramount Press Book

Paramount Press Book and merchandising manual for the movie "The Little Prince".

The Little Prince is a 1974 American–British fantasy-musical film with screenplay and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. It was both directed and produced by Stanley Donen and based on the 1943 classic children-adult's novella, Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince) by Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
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ARTCURIAL auction

Catalog of the auction which took place on 31 May 2016 in Paris where an original watercolor used for The Little Prince was sold.
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Sotheby's auction

Catalog of the auction, which took place on 17 June 2009 in Paris, where the signed manuscript of "In the middle of the desert" (the central chapter of Wind, Sand and Stars) was sold.
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ARTCURIAL auction

Catalog of the auction which took place on 14 June 2017 in Paris where two original watercolors used for The Little Prince and several letters of Antoine de Saint Exupery were sold.
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The Little Prince Passport

The "Little Prince Passport" was especially created for the people who attended the symposium in New York in 2014.
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Family guide "The Little Prince a New York story"

The exhibition, which was held at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York from 24 January to 24 April 2014, was targeted to an audience of "children ages six and up to share with their favorite grown-ups". This guide is bilingual English-French, just as the exhibit itself was.
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Press kit of the exhibition "The Little Prince in Versailles"

Exhibition presented by the City of Versailles from 25 November 2015 to 28 February 2016, with the support of the Succession Saint-Exupery and in partnership with Gallimard and Air France, on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Little Prince. Suitable for all, it presents exceptional pieces, some of which have never been exhibited in public.
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Presentation brochure of the Saint-Ex 2000 Committee

The Committee Saint-Ex 2000 had the task to imagine, organize and coordinate the entire event of the celebration of the centenary of the birth of Antoine de Saint-Exupery in Lyon which took place from 24 to 29 June 2000.

Communication elements of the event created by Jean-Louis Chollet.
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Presentation brochure of the exhibit O Principiño ao redor do mundo

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Presentation brochure of the exhibit Antoine de Saint Exupery in Fribourg

Antoine de Saint-Exupery was present in Fribourg from 1915 to 1917 while studying at the Villa Saint Jean, a college then held by Marianist brothers. This brochure was published by Fribourg Tourism & Region on the occasion of the exhibition Antoine de Saint Exupéry in Friborg which took place during the summer of 2017 to commemorate this event.
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Readers' opinions and preferences in two translations of The Little Prince

Dissertation by Axelle Chazal submitted in March 2003 at Macquarie University in partial fulfilment of the degree of Master of Arts in Translation and Interpreting
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Scientific work by Kristin Adler at the Faculty of Philology of the University of Leipzig

Creole and French at La Réunion involving Text excerpts from "Le Petit Prince" and "Loti prins" - Work submitted in 2008 for the 1st state examination for high school teachers.
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"The lost notebook of the Little Prince " - Short story by Xavier Frías-Conde

Xavier Frías-Conde, Doctor in Romance Philology
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Speech by Mr Joseph Blond

Transcript of the speech made by Mr Joseph Blond, Honorary President of the Aero Club of France and President of the Association of Friends of AAHS on 12 January 1995 at the town hall of the sixteenth arrondissement in Paris.
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Presentation by Juliana Diaz at the Happiness, Childhood and Children’s Literature Conference, St Hilda’s College, Oxford on 16 November 2013

“An Analysis of Different Definitions of Happiness in The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde”.

Juliana Diaz Baldocchi, student in Philosophy, Teacher Education and Early Years Education at the University of Roehampton, talks about how the child and animal characters contest grown-ups’ definition of happiness and offer a different perspective. Her aim is to invite the people in the audience to think about how these texts can contribute to their own views on happiness within their everyday lives.
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Script of the Little Prince for a theatre play

"The Little Prince" adapted for the stage and directed by Rodrigo A. San Martín Gárate in 2003 at the Aggrupación Cultural Teatro Azares in Chile.
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Script of the Little Prince musical for children by Robert Runkel

Complete script of the musical for children "Der Kleine Prinz" by Robert Runkel
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Study guide for the PlayMakers Educational Matinee Series

PlayMakers is committed to the mission of providing exceptional opportunities for young people to learn about and experience the performing arts. They are also committed to supporting educators interested in integrating the arts into their classrooms.

With The PlayMakers Educational Matinee Series seek to encourage the creative and cultural growth of middle and high school students by bringing them into the theatre for performances held exclusively for school groups.
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The Little Prince. Toy theatre play in five acts based on Antoine de Saint-Exupery's story.

This version of the story of The Little Prince, staged for a toy theater, was published in 1980 in Germany by Nordland Papier as a present for its most loyal customers. This book, designed by designer Gisa Birkner, was published as one single edition and limited to 1500 copies. Each book is numbered and hand-signed, this is the copy nr. 731. It contains the complete scenario and six Bristol boards with the sets and the figurines.

Toy theater, also called paper theater and model theater, is a form of miniature theater dating back to the early 19th century in Europe. Toy theaters were often printed on paperboard sheets and sold as kits at the concession stand of an opera house, playhouse, or vaudeville theater. Toy theaters were then assembled at home and performed for family members and guests, sometimes with live musical accompaniment.
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