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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Alchimistul by Paulo Coelho. Alchimistul by Paulo Coelho Goodreads Author. O data la cateva decenii, apare o carte care schimba pentru totdeauna viata cititorilor sai. Alchimistul lui Paulo Coelho este o astfel de carte. Singura noastra cpelho este sa ne realizam destinul.
Extraordinarul roman al lui Paulo Coelho a clelho milioane de cititori din intreaga lume. Aceasta poveste, uluitoare in simplitatea si intelepciunea ei, este despre un pas O data la cateva decenii, apare o carte care schimba pentru totdeauna viata cititorilor sai. Aceasta poveste, uluitoare in simplitatea si intelepciunea ei, este despre un pastor andaluz pe nume Santiago care isi paraseste casa din Spania, aventurandu-se in Africa de Nord in cautarea unei comori ingropate in Piramide.
Pe drum intalneste o tiganca tanara si frumoasa, un barbat care isi spune rege si un alchimist, care ii arata calea. Nimeni nu stie care este comoara sau daca Santiago poate depasi obstacolele intalnite in drumul prin desert. Dar ceea ce incepe ca o aventura copilareasca pentru a descoperi locuri exotice si bogatii lumesti se transforma intr-o cautare de comori ce nu pot fi aflate decat inlauntrul tau.
Plina de seva, evocatoare si profund umana, povestea lui Santiago este un etern indemn de a ne urma visele si de a ne asculta inima. Paperbackpages.
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Published by Humanitas first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Alchimistulplease sign up. Where did the saying come from: Huda Aweys It is not a new word, that Muslims have a verse in the Quran says that God created human to beings his successors in the land and make everything on …more It is not a new word, that Muslims have a verse in the Quran says that God created human to beings his successors in the land and make everything on the ground to obey us less.
See all questions about Alchimistul…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This is either a beautifully written and fable-like illustration of simple and universal truths or a load of crap.
Similarly, the Credence Clearwater Revival song Looking Out My Backdo This is either a beautifully written and fable-like illustration of simple and universal truths or a load of crap. Similarly, the Credence Clearwater Revival song Looking Out My Backdoor, a clunky but loveable country western tune, was actually begun as a facetious parody of slide guitar yokel lyricism.
Was it really so bad it was funny? If it was so obviously corny and insincere, was that not funny? Was he really wrestling women and then getting beaten up by Jerry Lawler?
That was a joke right? Now … think about it for a second. Was Coelho telling this straight or pulling our leg? I have to say that I doubt it, but I did laugh a few times and the over the top syrupy delivery made me wonder, and maybe I liked it better considering this twinkle of a third possibility.
I will say that this could go either way.
I can absolutely see where someone could find hidden treasure and deeply meaningful messages in the short novel. And I can see someone rolling their eyes and sticking their finger down their throat in a gag gesture. View all 52 comments. View all 14 comments. View all 9 comments. Anyone feeling down or someone with chronic pessimism. I respect the novel but I must say that the lack of fantastical elements, such as those of Milorad Pavic or even Gabriel Garcia Marquez, well I was looking forward to coelgo.
I thought the climax was a bit of a cop- out. For once, the pseudo deus ex machina wasn’t all that Was I expecting more? I must admit though I liked I respect the novel but I must say that the lack of fantastical elements, such as those of Paul Pavic or even Gabriel Garcia Marquez, well I must admit though I liked his later “Veronika Decides to Die” better, but, well, that’s obviously just me.
View all 8 comments. A boy has a dream He likes to travel and does in the Andalusian region of Spain, with his sixty sheep. In an unstated era but feels like circa Roaming the countryside, visiting small villages, selling wool when money is needed. Always moving in search of food and water, for his little friends, their hunger and thirst is all, to them. Becoming an expert in his profession, but time passes by, the youth is now Resting in an aba A boy has a dream Resting in an abandoned church with his animals, looking through a hole in the roof, at the night sky and having an eerie dream.
About finding treasure under the pyramids, in Egypt, a silly notion, but has it again. He forgets it, and goes back to work. Two years is an eternity on the road, for a boy and he feels lonely, until meeting a merchant’s daughter. She can’t believe that a lowly shepherd is reading a book After selling her father wool, he must continue his wanderings, the sheep need nourishment, but the girl is always on his mind.
A woman, that he doesn’t even know her name. Next year he’ll be back there. Sleeping outdoors under the stars and moon, with his sheep, having no worries, going to new placesmaking camp fires, and eating surrounded by amiable companions, this is a good life.
The boy is happy, but sees a gypsy woman, who tells him to trust in his omenshe is not convinced. One day in a town on the coastwhere you can see Africa, a short distance away across the water, he meets an old, strange man, who claims to be the King of Salem!
Tells him he should pursue his dream ,”Personal Legend” Sells the sheep, takes a ship to Tangier, Africa, loses his moneyand works in a crystal shop for an Arab, who’s aspiration, is to visit Mecca but never will.
And finally makes enough money to depart. Becoming friends with an Englishman, who is fascinated by his own alchemy books, and concludes that lead can be turned into gold Taking a perilous trip, on camels they bought, in a large, slow moving caravanfor a desert oasis, right out of an Arabian Nights tale, the yellow sand, the glorious blue sky, and remorseless wind, the unceasing red sun, and a frightening tribal war close by, grinds them to despair But still the Englishman, thinks about an alchemist, years old, living in that exotic, Egyptian oasis, their hopeful destination, and wanting to learn the magician ‘s secrets, only a short, few daysfrom the pyramids, too.
Spotting at last, their goal, the caravan sees the distinct green palm treessome of the thousands, full of datesnearby, the endless journey has come to an end A fools trip or a voyage of discovery? But remember, watch for the hawks View all 30 comments.
View all 22 comments. The book tells the story of Santiago, a Spanish shepherd who has a recurring dream about finding a treasure near the Pyramids of Egypt. Advised by a gypsy woman to seek the treasure, Santiago sells his sheep and takes off. Along the way Santiago meets several people who have a profound effect on his life.
The first, who calls himself ‘the King of Salem’, advises the boy to pursue his ‘personal legend’ deepest desire. The King tells Santiago that when a person undertakes such a quest the univers The book tells the story of Santiago, a Spanish shepherd who has a recurring dream about finding a treasure near the Pyramids of Egypt. The King’s philosophy reminded me of the book ‘The Secret’ by Rhonda Byrne, which suggests that when a person really wants something the universe gives it to them – an idea that’s hard for me to believe in either book.
In any case, Santiago pursues his dream, but it’s not easy or straightforward. He travels to Africa to start his journey across the desert to Egypt and is promptly robbed of all his money. Santiago finds work with a crystal merchant, where he does a superb job, but he realizes the merchant didn’t fulfill his own personal legend – and the shepherd sets off for Egypt once more.
Santiago joins a caravan to cross the desert, where he eventually meets an alchemist who imbues the boy with his own philosophy of life and encourages Santiago to continue his journey.
During all this Santiago falls in love with a girl, has several run-ins with tribal chiefs, and gets robbed a couple more times. In some ways the story brought to mind a fairy tale with supernatural elements since Santiago has conversations with the wind and sun – who assist him in a time of trouble. There are some spiritual elements in the story and a lot of talk about love being the most important thing in the world – a theme which also occurs in other Coelho books.
Santiago is never diverted from his quest coehlo eventually discovers his treasure and presumably celho happily ever after. This book didn’t really resonate with me as I don’t seem to share Coelho’s philosophy but I think the right audience would find this a very coe,ho story. You can follow my reviews at http: View all 7 comments.