"The Readers Club"
February 20, 2019 in the Regional Information and Library Center named after Ahmad Farghani was held a regular training session of the "The readers Club". The first-class librarians of the library and information documentation cataloging and processing department N. Abdubakiyeva and M. Israilov discussed the work of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's "Little Prince".
Antoine de Saint-Exupery, one of the greatest figures of the 20th century French literature, was a talented pilot and a poet, born June 29, 1900 in Lyon, France. Antoine grows up to be very enthusiastic and energetic from his youth. He graduated from high school in 1917, and in 1919 became a free listener at the Architectural Department of the Fine Art Academy. Later, because of his passion for technology and volatility, he passed a civil aviation pilot test and succeeded. His "Little Prince" is also about the experience of the pilot who falls to the desert.
This work is a philosophical-inspired work, dedicated to the author's friend Leon Vert. The pilot, described in the play, is depicted on the basis of their conversations with his falling into a swing through his disaster and getting acquainted with a little prince. The author describes how the little prince will tell the pilgrim about the journey between the planets and the people he meets.
Through this work, the author tries to explain the relationships between people, to each other, to the increasingly weakening of concepts of friendship, love, the fact that people are seeing life only with their own eyes, and the disappearance of a childish merciless worldview.
1st category librarians of the department of cataloging and processing of library and information documents N. Abdubakiyeva and M. Israilovs advised everyone to read this exciting work.