Title

Journey to the Citadel: A Study of the Fabric of Saint Exupery's Philosophy

Publication Year

1960

Keywords

English, philosophy, Saint Exupery, existentialism, humanism

Disciplines

Comparative Literature | English Language and Literature | Philosophy | Religion

Abstract

Many critics who have written on the works of Saint-Exupery immediately cast him in the role of a humanist and dedicated Nietzshean. In comparing the philosophy of Saint-Exupery to that of Existentialism and Thomism, I hope to prove that Saint-Exupery's philosophy is not totally influenced by Nietzshe and the Existentialist movement, but is ultimately dedicated to religion and spirituality.

Department 1 Awarding Honors Status

English: Literature and Writing

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