Relationships are one of the most essential qualities one needs in order to overpass the constant struggles life bombardes towards your path. The unconditional support, reliance, and deep affection leads to a better management of dealing with the outcome of stress and uncertainty of the moment. This idea of the importance of relationships is further explored in Paulo Coelho's novel, The Alchemist. The novel revolves around a young shepherd boy named Santiago and the journey he makes from his homeland in Spain to the egyptian pyramids, where his seemingly treasure is buried. Along the way, Santiago encounters a king, a crystal merchant, and an Alchemist, which all support and direct Santiago in the direction of his personal legend.
He guides Santiago towards his Personal Legend and teaches him about the Language of the World and understanding the Soul of the World. They both men on a journey to seek their Personal Legend. Before the two part each other the alchemist tells santiango, “What you still need to know is this: before a dream is realized, the Soul of the World tests everything that was learned along the way. It does this not because it is evil, but so that we can, in addition to realizing our dreams, master the lessons we’ve learned as we’ve moved toward that dream. That’s the point at which, as we say in the language of the desert, one ‘dies of thirst just when the palm trees have appeared on the horizon.” ( Page) In short, the alchemist explains in order to realize one’s dream one has to make sacrifices and that courage is necessary to decode the “Language of the world”.
When the colonists first arrived in America that brought livestock such as pigs, cows, sheep, and horses, which were not native to America, which caused problems for the Native Americans. The colonist’s success in the colonies depend on their livestock thriving, because the livestock provided them with meat as well as dairy. The main conflict between the Native Americans and colonists involving the livestock stemmed from their overall cultural differences. The Native Americans respected animals and nature while the colonists on regarded animals as food. This began to create a problem for Phillip, because he became torn between his Native American ideals and customs and adapting to the colonists’ ideals and customs.
Nick lives in a small cottage next to the millionaire Jay Gatsby. At the first visit to his cousin Daisy, he met her husband Tom Buchanan and her cheating friend Jordan Baker, and he knows that her husband has a mistress called Myrtle Wilson. The event of the novel goes on and Nick met Gatsby and became the link between Daisy and Gatsby until the novel end in tragedy way. The Great Gatsby is full of symbols that make the reader think about how it 's connected to the story. The author wants the reader to think deeply while they are reading.
Character Trait Paragraph In “Where Have You Gone Charming Billy?” by Tim O’Brien, the narrator demonstrates imagination in his attempt to distract himself from stress. An example of the narrator’s imagination is when he revisits memories “camping with his father” (1). This shows his original thought process; he is envisioning his father instead of focusing on the current war, he is thinking of a fun point in his life. Another time the story teller exhibits originality is when he was “pretending that the steps were dollar bills and for each step through the night made him richer and richer” (1). Lastly, the narrator demonstrates creative thinking when he thought of the letter that Billy’s family would receive that would say “SORRY TO INFORM
By being poor tenant farmers Sarty and his family must contrast the difference between his family and all the privileged families they have worked for such as Major de Spain. The antagonist in the novel which is Sarty’s father, rebels against these wealthy families and burns down their barns as vengeance, by doing this Abner is pushing his family into impoverishment. https://www.census.gov/history/www/through_the_decades/fast_facts/1890_fast_facts.html Within the novel Faulkner provided his audience with a certain structure of writing he creates depth of characters by using lengthy descriptions of them. Furthermore, the descriptions of the writing would follow an object to validate the character. (Introduction of Sarty or Abner
The Alchemist is a famous book written by Paulo Coelho. It’s about a shepherd named Santiago who travels from his homeland Spain to the Pyramids in Egypt. He does this to find a treasure he was told about. Along his hard journey, he meets some people along the way like a gypsy woman and a king in disguise who all direct him towards his quest. He doesn’t let the obstacles stop him toward his goal and eventually he finds his treasure.
The sound is two runaway slaves emerging from the crates. The farmers are then faced with the question wheather to turn the slaves in or help them runaway to the underground railroad. This is an example of divergent thinking because the students have the ablity to then propose many differnt ideas or answers to this problem that the farmers
In the novel “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho there is a young shepherd named Santiago who is in search for his personal legend. Santiago’s personal legend is to find the treasure at the pyramids. Throughout his journey, there are a lot of emotions especially the emotion fear. Santiago encountered a lot of challenges like crossing the desert, being in a war and turning himself into the wind. He learned the different levels of fear; fearing fear, being in fear, and overcoming fear.
Paulo Coehlo’s, The Alchemist, explores the Hero’s Journey through the story of a shepherd, Santiago. Throughout the novel, Santiago becomes more aware of his potential as he pursues his Personal Legend. He faces temptations and obstacles as he develops as a character. The hero crosses the threshold when they leave their old reality in search for a new one. Santiago crosses the threshold by selling his sheep and taking a boat to Africa.
In the book the Alchemist (by Paulo Coelho) Santiago learns many things along the way to achieving his personal legend. He gained skills and experience in things across the board, from how to clean crystals, to the 5 obligations of Muslims, to the basics of alchemy. Santiago learns from the wise, and educated, but also learns the meaning of a true friendship. Overall it is true that reaching one 's personal legend is life 's greatest treasure, but often the journey is just as valuable. During his journey, Santiago receives knowledge that he treasures and uses on his behalf when he hopes to achieve his personal legend.
Each Drac carries with them the writing of Shuzumaat and sings it in times of depression and confusion. They are the words of wisdom for Drac. Family line is also something they treasure. It is a must for them to learn all the stories of their ancestors so that they know where they come from. Every Drac works hard not to blemish the family line.
The path of self-discovery begins when Santiago tells his father he wants to travel the world. This happens on page 9 of The Alchemist. Santiago explained to his father that “…I’d like to see the castles in the towns where they live,” and “Well, I’d like to see their land, and see how they live.” The next day, Santiago’s father gave him three ancient Spanish gold coins and a pouch. Santiago discovers that he wants to travel, and he did not want to become a priest. When Santiago started to travel, he remembered that there was a woman in Tarifa that interpreted dreams.
“The Alchemist”, is a story of adventure, hope and lesson. As a shepherd, Santiago travels discovering more about himself and his surroundings as he goes. Different decisions and opportunities detour Santiago on his path to his Personal Legend. Qualities fulfill Santiago making all of his aspirations possible, some help him as others devere him from his ultimate goal. Santiago is a man of his word.
Ben’s Effect on Willy In the story, Death of a Salesman, Willy Loman is a traveling salesman in New York that is growing old trying to support him and his family. In the story, we find out that Willy grew up without a father and in the shadow of his older brother Ben. Ben was always the more successful one out of the two. Growing up, Willy looked up to Ben and aspired to be just like him. Ben had big dreams of getting rich.