En 1993, Jean-Pierre de Villers rencontre le pilote qui était en patrouille le jour de la disparition d'Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Un récit fantastique en français et en anglais.
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Born of French and Swiss parents, Jean-Pierre de Villers was raised and educated in France (University of Paris, University of Aix-en-Provence) and the United States where he was a Fulbright Scholar from 1961 to 1968 at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, and the University of Colorado at Boulder.He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado. He has taught at the University of Colorado, the University of Notre Dame, the U.S. Air Force Language School at Sacramento and the University of California. He is presently Professor of Modern Literature at the University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario. His publications include, Futurism and the Arts (University of Toronto Press), Le Premier Manifeste du Futurisme de F.T. Marinetti (University of Ottawa Press), Studies on Futurism and the Avant-Garde (University of Windsor Press). His first novel,Guns of Babylon was published in 1993 in Toronto (Lugus Publishing, Toronto). The Last Flight of the Little Prince is the story of his serendipitous meeting with Wilhelm von Stadde in New York. Jean-Pierre de Villers is married to French fashion designer, Anne de Villers. They reside in Birmingham, Michian, and Windsor, Ontario.Review:
" A very sensitive description of what happened to Saint-Exupery on that fateful day." -- Pulse Magazine, Ontario, Feb02, 2001
"This fantastic story ranks among the most touching war narratives. -- Melinda Giradin, Rotonde, Ottawa, 14 November 2000
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