THE AZORES: These Are the Paths

In Night Flight, Pilot-Novelist Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's fine story of commercial aviation, an airline manager gazes gloomily out at a heavy night, in futile search for a lost plane. Absently he fingers a sheaf of teletypes on his desk. "These are the paths death takes to enter here," he says, "messages that have lost their meaning."

"If Anything Happened." One day last week Saint-Exupéry's goddaughter rode high in the sky over the Atlantic. Dark-haired Suzanne Roig was the daughter of Georges Roig, an old friend of the novelist and one of France's...

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