Wind, Sand and Stars

windsandandWind, Sand and Stars
by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry  (French)
1939/103 pages
rating:  6/classic

I’m not a fan of this book – imo it’s not meant for women – the author likely would have thought his ideas would just confuse women.   I’m not saying it’s overtly sexist – it’s just thoughtlessly so –  but it is written by, for and about men in male roles – and there is a tone of superiority about those men because of their roles.

Critics have attempted to define  “mankind” as “humankind,”  but that doesn’t work here without a LOT of very determined thinking.  >>>>MORE>>>>

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