Analysis Of The Alchemist By Paulo Coelho

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The Alchemist, a fable about following your dream, Paulo Coelho in his selected work The Alchemist, works on the concept of self-exploration. The Alchemist is a novel by Brazilian author Paulo Coelho which throws light on how a person will power, determination, positive attitude, sacrifices lead to his destination or his dream. The Alchemist was first published in 1988; this novel was a great achievement for Paulo Coelho. Originally it was write in Portugess, than it got translated into 72 languages and become one of the bestselling books in history and make Guinness world record for most translated book over 72 languages by a living author.
Paulo Coelho was born in Brazil and has become one of the most widely read and loved authors in the world. Especially renowned for The Alchemist and Eleven minutes, has sold more than 140 million books worldwide. Paulo Coelho from his childhood has a passion as well as devotion for literature and for becoming writer .In his childhood Paulo Coelho dreamed of an artistic career, he discovered his strong feeling of suitability for be a writer. Paulo’s parents had different plans for him. His parents tried many time to suppress his devotion to literature but they failed, they took it as sign of mental illness. At the age of seventeen, his father took him to mental institution, where he got sessions of electroconvulsive (therapy), Paulo was always a nonconformist and seeker of the new. Paulo has gone on to write may other bestselling books
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