Novel The Little Prince Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (1943)

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    So I lived alone, without anyone to really talk to, until a breakdown in the Sahara desert six years ago. Something had broken in my engine.
    And since I had no mechanic or passengers with me, I prepared myself to try to make a difficult repair by myself. It was a matter of life and death for me. I had hardly any water to drink for eight days.
    So the first night I fell asleep on the sand a thousand miles from any inhabited land. I was more isolated than a castaway on a raft in the middle of the ocean.
    So you can imagine my surprise, at daybreak, when a funny little voice woke me up. It said: … “Please… draw me a sheep! – Huh! – Draw me a sheep…”

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