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The Little Prince

The Little Prince

  

by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

The Little Prince Chapter 23 Summary

  • Up next, a merchant who was selling pills that quench thirst.
  • The prince asks him what use these pills are, and the merchant says they save time – fifty-three minutes a week, to be precise.
  • The prince thinks that if he had fifty-three minutes, he would walk very slowly towards a spring of fresh water.

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