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    Paulo Coelho is an author who was born in 1947 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is most famous for his novel called The Alchemist. It was said that this book made him known to be as the cult hero. As a child growing up he was supposed to be an engineer because his father was. But Coelho did not want to be an engineer; he simply wanted to be a writer. His parents thought this was absurd and tried to convince him otherwise. When Paulo’s parent’s attempts to redirect his dream of writing failed, they thought

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    The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho The book I read is called The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. The Alchemist is about a boy from Spain, whose name is Santiago and is a shepherd. The book tells how he gets around countries, and how he deals with his problems and how he solves them. It shows how he follows his dreams, and who helps him along the way. Santiago leaves his family to become a shepherd, before leaving his dad gives him money he has saved up, Santiago buys sheep with the money. As a shepherd

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    is dependent on the structure, because the structure lays down the foundation for the substance. Once an author is aware of this, they should be able to achieve pathos- the persuasion of the audience by appealing to their emotions. (Comp. Notes) Paulo Coelho had recognized this, which is why his novel, The Alchemist, has sold more than 30 million copies in 56 different languages worldwide. (Wikipedia) Although The Alchemist is written in such a way that it can be easily understood, the novel’s structure

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    (Blackmon 1), and when analyzing The Alchemist from this perspective, one would most likely be analyzing the connections between Santiago’s life and that of author Paulo Coelho’s. Using connections to his own life, Paulo Coelho illustrates the importance of following one’s dreams and the steps it takes to find one’s Personal Legend. Paulo Coelho expresses the how important the knowledge is that Santiago gains in The Alchemist by connecting it to information he has learned throughout his life. This knowledge

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    The Life and Works of Paulo Coelho

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    Paulo Coelho - is a Brazilian lyricist and novelist. He was born in August 1947. He published a total of sixteen books - novels, annotated anthologies, collections of short stories-parables. (Paulo) When Paulo was seven years, he entered the Jesuit school of San Ignacio in Rio de Janeiro. ("Paulo Coelho") Soon he started to hate compulsory religious rituals, however, in spite of his aversion to the prayers and masses, he received at this school and lessons learned. It is there, Paulo discovered his

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    The Theme of “The Alchemist,” by Paulo Coelho is, always follow your dreams and listen to your heart. At the start of the novel Santiago does not know what he should do when he is confronted by his dream. But by the end of the novel Santiago completely trusts his heart to guide him though life. Santiago’s story shows him learning and living out the theme of the novel. I think Paulo passed on his message about following your heart quite well. Through Santiago he showed that you must endure some hardship

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    Overview of The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

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    “ Where your treasure is, there also will be your heart”(159). This is what the alchemist said to the main character. The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho, tells a story of a boy named Santiago, who goes on a long journey to discover his personal legend. As Santiago goes on his journey to pursue his personal legend, he is faced with many challenges, as well as left to make difficult decisions that change him forever. As Santiago travels the world, he becomes a hero. In The Alchemist, Santiago shows

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    describe Santiago, the protagonist in the novel The Alchemist. In this novel, Paulo Coelho develops Santiago’s character as a young boy who goes on an adventure to find his life’s purpose. Through the hero’s journey, Paulo Coelho insists that both internal and external struggles often cannot stop people from achieving their goals, ultimately encouraging people to fulfill self discovery and understand who they truly are. Coelho incorporates many internal struggles into Santiago’s life in order to prove

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    By reading the story about the journey of Santiago in “The Alchemists” of Paulo Coelho, make me feel about my journey of moving in the USA.I felt the importance and the connection between me and Santiago journey and look like there are very uniform.. I saw how Santiago was change from the beginning to the end, he turned into a hero, the hero of his story, where he was just a simple shepherd and only want to travel around the world. Santiago has to learn a lot of thing during his journey, and he listened

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    Through the novel The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho compares how him and Santiago have listened to their hearts and used that as strength to achieve their personal journey. Santiago achieves his dreams through strength and will. Santiago never really had a purpose to his life besides being a Shepard, and once he really followed his own dreams and did what made him feel right like finding a women and traveling to the pyramids to make her happy, he really wanted to be more than just a Shepard and stay in

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