The Thought Existentialiste in The Little Prince

Mu WANG

Abstract


Existentialism can be found in the fable centered around “the Little Prince”. In the fairy tales addressed to adults, there are a series of propositions of existentialism, such as absurd consciousness, free choice, confusion and lonliness such emotional emptiness that are caused by existent nihility.

Key words: The little prince; Existentialism; Freedom; Responsibility


Keywords


The little prince; Existentialism; Freedom; Responsibility

References


Rey-Debove J., & Rey A. (2012). Le Petit Robert (p. 12). Paris: Le Robert.

Saint-Exupéry, A. (1994). Le Petit Prince: Oeuvres complètes, Tome II (p. 300). Paris: Gallimard.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720120806.F0120

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