The final battle between humans and cats after they look for each other The most important theme of this novel is how to find happiness by finding something that makes us happy. The plot of this novel is very simple. The cat and human characters look for each other to end the war between themselves because they are both unhappy with the current situation between them. The most important thing in this story is how they specifically find happiness without forgetting about their history, nor blaming or taking revenge on each other. The ending of this novel explains it well:
– The cat’s king says: “Don’t be angry, humans!” (even though he doesn’t know that his own son is killed by one human).
– The human side also makes peace and says: “Let’s live together.” (despite having a huge wound in their heart) Even if there are things that belong only in the past, we have to live our present here and now, living the future in front of us. The main characters decide to live together peacefully without forgetting their grudges against each other. The ending is very satisfying because it does not end with just good feelings or with a clear answer about everything that happened in this story.
The reader can interpret freely what really happened during this war between humans and cats. We may think that they never forget their grudge against each other, but actually, this kind of hate doesn’t exist anymore in their hearts anymore after forgiving each other once again. The 8th Night Ending strives for resolution by rejecting feuds/resentment (“I will never forgive you!”) and by resolving differences between two conflicting parties: (“We have nothing to do with each other anymore!”). The resolution is reached when the two parties eventually accept each other and help each other.
The 8th Night Ending, as an anti-climatic ending or happy ending that doesn’t show any gun or blood spilling out of bodies, shows the mental maturity of how people can resolve their differences without killing anyone to get what they want/deserve. The 8th Night Episode displays The Little Prince’s desire for peace between human and cat: “It made me think of all those wars everywhere.
Those cats have fought with men for a long time. It seems that it will be hard to live on this planet…” The little prince felt sad because he thinks there would always be conflicts between humankind and animals (cats) no matter what. The Little Prince’s statement was true to some extent: a soldier will always be working for his country, and a cat would always roam around as it pleases.
The conflict between humans/cats is inevitable because they have their own desires that might not coincide with each other. The man said that most animals are smarter than humans and can communicate better than human beings; “they showed me the way” The little prince thought he should go back to where he came from; but The Fox said it was not possible since The Little Prince, who had fallen into The Desert of Scratches just moments ago, didn’t want to go back home. After being rescued by The Fox from the dangerous desert.
The Little Prince went back with The Fox to The Fox’s house which was in The Forest of The Land Of The Melting Sun. The Little Prince or The Young Prince had fallen into the desert where there were many dangerous rocks that can scratch and injure The Little Prince if he fell onto the ground as a result of one small tumble.
The Little Prince is a little boy who lived on an asteroid far away from The Earth and it took him more than 2 years to travel to The Earth. He arrived at night time once when he looked through his telescope which was given by his mother before she died when The Little Prince was only 3 years old. This proves that the story ‘The Little Prince’ takes place in 2000+ years ago because all ancient astronomers used telescopes and The Little Prince’s father was an astronomer who also left The Earth when The Little Prince was a baby.
The Plot and Cast of The 8th Night Ending :
” The Earth is the only inhabited planet in The Universe .” – The Little Prince, The Little Prince (book)
The plot of ‘The Little Prince’, as described by The Little Prince himself, is about him visiting 6 different objects on The Earth which he calls ” Planets “, and these planets are: The Rose, The King, The Deserter, The Businessman, The Fox, and his final stop before returning to his home asteroid is at The Geographer’s House.
When describing each planet he visits during his journey to The Earth, he always starts off by saying something like this: ” I traveled to Planet. The first thing I did when I arrived there was –
The second thing I did when I arrived there was –
The third thing I did when I arrived there was”, and so on.
The 8th Night Ending: Cast ‘ The Little Prince ‘ is a book written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The 8th Night Ending: Theme The theme of ‘ The Little Prince ‘ is to learn how to recognize the feelings of others, and how empathy can help bridge the gap between yourself and another person. The 8th Night Ending: Plot The story follows a child who has never left his small village; one day he wanders outside of his garden, however, and comes across a beautiful rose.
The child becomes enamored with the flower and determines to tame it by removing some of its thorns. The Little Prince, illustrated by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Little Prince is found drinking water from a pond and is about to leave after finishing when he sees the girl who came to see him off at the airport early that morning. The 8th Night Ending: Cast The main characters are: – A Pilot The story is told in the first person from the narrative perspective of a pilot who crashes his plane while flying over an asteroid field.
The pilot meets The Little Prince as a result of this crash; The Little Prince is stranded on one particular asteroid, and it was there where they would meet. The Little Prince: The main character of The Little Prince, a small boy who claims to be an alien from a tiny planet in the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter. The Pilot: The pilot of the plane that crashes on The Little Prince’s Asteroid, The Pilot is based on Antoine de Saint-Exupéry himself; he was an ace pilot before becoming a novelist. The Girl: A lady who lives in The City where The Pilot crashed his plane while flying over an asteroid field.
She has never seen anyone crash into their house before; she helps The Pilot relight his fire which had gone out after her father had extinguished it. She and her mother offer shelter to The Pilot until he can repair his plane enough to fly The Girl back to The City The Mother: The mother of The Girl and wife of The Father; she has a very negative view of The Pilot because he crashed his plane into their home The Father: The father of The Girl and the husband of The Mother; He is more than happy to let The Pilot stay in their home, but he is first shown as annoyed by having the plane crash into his house.
While this annoyance passes quickly, later when the Fireman visits him concerning The Little Prince’s request for the Bumblebee, he refuses to assist in helping him find it. Later, however, after witnessing a dance with an alligator that was arranged by The King for bringing flowers as requested, and also after seeing how much good The Little Prince was doing for The Boy, The Father made The King promise to protect The Prince from The Emperor. The Father is also shown to have a great deal of faith in The Captain, despite the fact that he did not visit him during his final days. The Mother: The wife and mother of the only family living on Asteroid B-612; she does much to create lessons for The Little Prince but seems to see what has happened between her daughter and the pilot as an opportunity for her daughter to learn about life and responsibility.
Her wisdom makes it clear that her husband may be less wise than she. She is shown throughout the story helping The Girl with chores, preparing dinner, relieving The Girl’s fears that they won’t have enough food, and she catches The Girl and The Pilot’s romance. The Mother is also the one to whom The Prince reveals his true identity as The Aviator, asking her not to tell anyone.
The Boy: The first human being The Prince meets on Asteroid B-612; he appears to be around 13 years old. He has a great deal of energy once awake but takes numerous naps during the day. Although he does not appear to have any direct connection with The Little Prince, there are many similarities between them: both seem interested in objects which they cannot possibly possess (such as the mysterious flower), both have an important secret that they never reveal, and both feel alone despite others’ presence.
The Girl: Appears to be about The Boy’s age; The Prince refers to both The Girl and The Boy as “the children”. The Girl is the one The Little Prince lives with, though their exact relationship is never made clear. The Fox: A gregarious animal who greets The Little Prince when he falls from his asteroid. The Fox introduces The Prince to several of the other characters in the book by bringing them forward for introductions. The character of The Fox greatly resembles a sly trickster archetype, and, like several other characters in the story, has no dialogue (save for a single line).
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