They discovered that the purification of the metals had led to a purification of themselves. Paulo Coelho, the author of The Alchemist, engages the reader through a pilgrimage of life through his novel. He occasionally does think about giving up and going back to Spain, or later back to Fatima, but something always convinces him to keep going. Santiago's way of life in Andalusia only consisted of him taking care of his sheep. We see this determination pay off best at the end, in which the lack of determination of a ruffian results in Santiago learning where the real great treasure is kept. Due to this he is lead to find work which happens at a crystal shop to raise the funds he needs to accomplish his personal legend by traveling to the pyramids in Egypt.
The project stalled and the movie never materialized, reportedly because of problems with the script. Many of the lessons he learns on his journey also reinforce things he discovered by being a shepherd. The Shopkeeper Gives Santiago a job in Tangiers after he has been robbed. So what's the big deal? Although Santiago is resistant with leaving Fatima alone, she convinces him to go because she is confident that he loves her. Crystal Merchant: a merchant who owns a crystal shop, offered Santiago a job.
The moral of the novel is shown through Santiago as he strives to acquire the treasure so that he can fulfill his needs to live a satisfying life. Are you ready to follow your heart? The pyramids- Once Santiago reaches the pyramids we realize that they are nothing different from the desert. Melchizedek was the old man that Santiago met who helped him make his decision to set out on his journey to follow his Personal Legend. Fatima is seen for her beauty. The connection made by Paulo Coelho in this manuscript was, all that is around him will eventually assist the effort made by the individual Santiago. We do know however that the Oasis mentioned here is either in Morocco or in Egypt.
This story is about a shepherd boy, Santiago, who travels from Spain to Egypt in search for a treasure which is buried in the Great Pyramids. After Melchizedek reveals to him the magical powers of nature, Santiago becomes a willing spiritual seeker and sets off to fulfill his Personal Legend, the innate dream each person has of accomplishing their greatest desire. Claiming to be the king of Salem, this man meets Santiago on his journey. The novel was originally written in Portuguese and published in 1998. The woman interprets the dream as a prophecy telling the boy that he will discover a treasure at the. That complicated relationship might explain why he's so quick to follow Melchizedek's advice to sell off his sheep and head to Africa. Quote 1: Part I, Page 39 of paperback version.
It is the journey of a young boy named Santiago who has the courage to follow his dreams. After thinking about it, Santiago realizes that he has to follow his dream, so he sells his sheep and follows his dream of the treasure. However, after a particularly odd dream, Santiago visits the local dream interpreter. Having an exciting life seems to be an essential part of Santiago. She understands that men must leave the women they love for long periods of time, although this may not be true. Santiago overcomes this obstacle after the merchant and the stones Urim and Thummin, which were given to him by the old king, give him hope and renew his will to find his treasure.
He learns a lot from the Englishman during the journey. Throughout his whole journey, Santiago persistently follows his one and only reason of being, his. He realized the importance of actually putting effort into pursuing your dreams. The Alchemist probably is the most famous book of Paulo Coelho. Asked what he is doing there, Santiago replies that he had a dream of a treasure buried at the base of the Pyramids. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
Santiago considers staying at the oasis with Fatima, but the Alchemist finds Santiago and tells him that he will lead Santiago to his treasure. He realizes a lot of things along his journey that open his mind. As a result of his courage, his father gives him his blessing, and Santiago lives his dream of being a shepherd. Here, Santiago meets the Alchemist who inducts him to the universal language. The alchemist gets word of Santiago's vision and invites Santiago on a trip into the desert, during which he teaches Santiago about the importance of listening to his heart and pursuing his Personal Legend. Once there, Santiago is attacked by robbers. The shopkeeper, while generally afraid to take risks, is a very kind man and understands Santiago's quest - sometimes more than Santiago himself.
Traits The most noticeable trait that Santiago possesses is a great deal of determination. I am not afraid of saying. She is a woman defined by great beauty and hopefulness. Similarly, decisions themselves are rarely right or wrong — mostly it is just our interpretation of the result of the decision that was taken, and our estimate of the road not taken. He chooses his friends carefully and learns how to speak the Language of the World.
Santiago is a humble shepherd whose desires are few—he wants to be free to roam with his sheep, to have some wine in his wineskin and a book in his bag. He does not have the means to make his journey to the pyramids. In order to find out what it meant, he traveled to Tarifa to meet with a fortune teller to get his dream interpreted. There's got to be some and snares to amp up the action and let the treasure-hunter prove his worth. He has received many international awards.
The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho, has a very good plot. While going against what his parents wanted him to do, they still supported him by giving him money. With his caravan he meetes new people along the way. Yet, we do it all the time. However, as we will see, Santiago turns out to have abilities that he could not hope to begin to understand when he left Spain at the beginning of his journey. As we will see in this lesson, Santiago is in many ways the archetype of a small town hero thrust into a bigger world than he seems immediately ready to handle.