It felt as if nothing was real, but what used to be hunger, a hollow in his stomach, but later a horrible buzzing pain in every part of him. He was tired and hungry, but he never gave up hope of reaching. He kept looking for his family and believed he could find them. When Uncle died, Salva was still determined to reach the refugee camp, and when he did he was still determined to find his family. Without Uncle, the group’s attitude changed, and they grumbled about him being too young and small, and nobody
Now, what if Telemachus could pick up the Odyssey and read his very own Telemachy? The most important lesson Telemachus can learn is the progression of his maturity is and it is provoked when he mourns about his father and shows respect to the Kings of the other countries. In Book
The Invention of Hugo Cabret is a story about an orphaned boy living in the walls of a busy Paris train station as a clock keeper with his curiosity constantly leading him into trouble until he finds a mysterious automaton connected with his father’s death. As he uses his curiosity to explore the secrets of this automaton, it leads him to discover that his father’s death is a lot bigger than he thought leading him into more trouble than he could get out of. I think the theme of curiosity is very relevant to today’s world as it is what drives us to constantly explore for more and results in many breakthroughs for our society. Curiosity is what drives Hugo’s father to discover the automaton’s secrets but also what killed him in the process.
Santiago wanted to the fatima to know that he had fallen in love with her and he didn 't want her to forget about him,but she wanted him to know that for years she dreamt of having to have the hope of a loved one coming back home,and that he had to do what every male in the desert did and go find his treasure,and all she did was stay home and hope for him to come home. He came upon so many challenges along the way with the alchemist,and he had the enough knowledge in order to overcome them,but needed a little push. His heart was always with him talking to him about fear but also excitement about traveling to the pyramids,and when they came upon tribesmen santiago never gave to turn himself into the wind which was their only way out. When he got to where he treasure was a refugee man from tribal wars told him that he would live,and that exact same spot he had the same dream two years ago,but that he should have learned that a man wouldn 't be so stupid to cross an entire
The novel The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is about a young boy named Santiago who is trying to pursue his personal legend. Along the way he meets many people, sees many omens and faces many challenges. He has to discover the language of the world to be able to find his treasure, but little does he know the treasure is no ordinary thing. Sure, there was a chest of gold coins but he also gained knowledge of the soul of the world. Paulo Coleho uses characters including the crystal merchant, the gypsy woman, Fatima, and the Englishman to explore the theme that someone has to realize and pursue their personal legend to be truly happy.
He says " and your dreams, my Telemachus, are blameless. " In the end Odysseus has become very hopeless of his arrival home. He was become weary because he has been away at sea for such a long time. Also, what I think Brodsky is trying to say about human nature of war is that: War is not meaningful because if you can't remember why you were at war, or who lost or whom won than it's not important.
In the book “The Alchemist” there is a young boy named Santiago he had a dream about pyramids and a treasure so he sets off the next day and is trying to discover and accomplish his Personal legend which is a big treasure full of coins. Santiago is a very faithful person he sets off into his adventure and with all the obstacles he goes through he never gave up. He is always finding ways to get through his problems and never stops. He even worked extra hard for the merchant so he could get more coins. Towards the end of the story he talks to Fatima and falls in love with her then he promised her he will come back for her.
Why are these things treasure to him Throughout the world there have been varied defentitions of a personal treausere. In the novel the alchemist by paulo coelho santiago the protaganist searches for his treasure in riches.since the begening of the novel santiago wanted to travel and expiernce what the world had to offer However santiago would find his tresure in following his fate,relationships, and in his home. .Santiago starts his journey in andalusia spain as a lowly sheep herder wanting to experience the world.. Santiago had dreamed of going to egypt and seeing the pyramids .
The adventures in the a variety of trials, Stanley had to change to become a confident he was shaped into a strong and bold young man. Stanley eventually shared his thought with Zero, of going back to Camp to find treasure. “He wished it were true, but he knew they had no choice but to eventually return To Camp Green Lake,” (185) that quote proves how much more bold has become, He had gone back to camp green lake, while trying not to wake up the others, and dig up the treasure in success. Although didn’t go the way stanley and zero thought. The quote “ all he knows is that he 's last week, and digging has become a little bit easier.”
The theme of treasure appears very early on in the story. Santiago, a travelling Shepherd, has a dream one night telling him that his treasure awaits him by the pyramids of Egypt. This dream sparks his journey where along the way, the people he meets and the experiences he has shape and transform his idea and perception of treasure. In the end, Santiago finds his physical treasure but his journey is not over as he had once feared. Santiago’s perception of treasure has transcended the physical and now he has respect for the treasure of home, knowledge and love.
During his journey, Santiago receives knowledge that he treasures and uses on his behalf when he hopes to achieve his personal legend. During his time with the Crystal merchant Santiago learned the five sacred obligations of all Muslims, and he learned that the Pyramids were not nearly as close as he thought when he arrived in Africa. During his time with the Alchemist he learned how to find life in the desert, and how to
The overall theme of Night is faith. In the kickoff we see a young Wiesel who springiness /reserved his time perusal the Talmud and dreamed one twenty-four hour period of perusal the Qabalah . He started off as a boy who had faith and ingenuousness and believed that Idol was everlasting. Wiesel teaches me of the emotional and physical pain the prisoners at the camp felt. It teaches us not to take things as something that will never go away and in a religious - point of view teaches us to always have hope no matter how hard one situation is.
When Bertram first meet with Jackson who is very successful now and never leave his home land, “Jackson continue to look at Bertram, the tumblers of his mind turning and trying to unlock the secret of this man’s identity” (Phillips 65). This quote shows an important point because even his old friend has trouble time identifying Bertram. Furthermore, the fact that Bertram was gone for so long, it is hard for him to get help from his for a land that he does not know much anymore. When Bertram came to Jackson looking for business opportunities, Jackson asked him, “Which is the closest major city to here?” (112).
In the book THE ROAD by Cormac McCarthy, we partake in a journey with a boy and his father, and the experiences they encounter throughout the book. We learn about the deteriorated planet they live on and the boy’s ever changing thoughts about his dad. Throughout the book, the boy questions his father 's judgement. McCarthy argues developing a sense of trust is key to survival in life threatening situations.
Melchizedek is the individual in the story who actually starts Santiago on the correct path to realize his personal legend. When Santiago meets the King of Salem at first the old man irritates the boy. Suddenly, Santiago realizes the King of Salem knows his past and turns a listening ear to the king. Then Melchizedek introduces the topic of one’s personal legend, something Santiago has never heard of. Melchizedek explains “It’s what you have always wanted to accomplish.