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'Protecting' The Little Prince in the public domain

Posted at 8:00PM Wednesday 26 Mar 2014

Anyone will be able to print and publish the book, but the use of the title or any of the standalone illustrations will still violate copyright laws. Each of the book's characters, including the Prince, the fox, the rose, and the Baobob planet, are protected by separate trademarks.

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