Author and pilot, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, came to New York in 1940 after the Nazi invasion of France. It’s here that he wrote and illustrated his famous story, “The Little Prince”.
Last week, “The little Prince: A New York Story”, an exhibition of Saint-Exupéry’s manuscripts, opened at the Morgan Library & Museum. The perfect field trip for the first of February.
And lest we ever forget, the fox reminds us that “anything essential is invisible to the eyes”.