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ISBN:
8172235399
ISBN13:
978-8172235390
Author:
Paulo Coelho
Publisher:
Clearway Logistics Phase 1a (2006)
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Pages:
240 pages
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1656 kb
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1265 kb
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Rating:
4.3

The Pilgrimage (Portuguese: O Diário de Um Mago, "Diary of a Magus") is a 1987 novel by Brazilian novelist Paulo Coelho

The Pilgrimage (Portuguese: O Diário de Um Mago, "Diary of a Magus") is a 1987 novel by Brazilian novelist Paulo Coelho. It is a recollection of Paulo's experiences as he made his way across northern Spain on a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. The novel serves as part adventure story, part guide to self-discovery.

A. Contemporary quest. Picaud wrote five books about his experience. They were presented as the work of Pope Calixtus II-a devotee of San Tiago-and they were later known as the Codex Calixtinus

A. Translated by alan r. clarke. They were presented as the work of Pope Calixtus II-a devotee of San Tiago-and they were later known as the Codex Calixtinus. In Book Five of the codex, Picaud identified the natural features, fountains, hospitals, shelters, and cities found along the road. A special society-"Les Amis de Saint-Jacques"-was then formed with the charge of maintaining all of the natural markings on the route and helping to guide the pilgrims, using Picaud's annotations.

Paulo Coelho has been a member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters since 2002, and in 2007, he was appointed United Nations . It is more for mature readers

Paulo Coelho has been a member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters since 2002, and in 2007, he was appointed United Nations Messenger of Peace. He is also the most followed author on social media. It is more for mature readers.

Paulo Coelho’s life may well be itself worthy of a homely book

Paulo Coelho’s life may well be itself worthy of a homely book. During his adolescence he was committed to a psychiatric hospital by his own parents, who believed that his rebellious attitude was a sign of madness; it was under such parental guidance that he was subjected to the horrors of electroshock therapy. In his twenties, Coelho dropped out of law school to travel around South America; he later became a journalist. After a life-changing pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, he decided to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a writer. Here are 10 of his most memorable novels.

PAULO COELHO is an international bestselling author whose books-The Alchemist, The Pilgrimage, The Valkyries . International Acclaim for Paulo Coelho's The Pilgrimage.

He lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Among Latin American writers only Colombia's Gabriel Garcia M rquez is more widely read than Brazil's Paulo Coelho. has attained the technical levels of a Saint-Exupery.

O Diário de um Mago Diary of a Mage The Pilgrimage, Paulo Coelho The Pilgrimage is a 1987 novel by Brazilian novelist Paulo Coelho

O Diário de um Mago Diary of a Mage The Pilgrimage, Paulo Coelho The Pilgrimage is a 1987 novel by Brazilian novelist Paulo Coelho.

Paulo Coelho The pilgrimage. 411. We are the world. 92. HIPPIE, Paulo Coelho.

Here Paulo Coelho details his journey across Spain along the legendaryroad of San Tiago, which pilgrims have . The Pilgrimage holds an important place in Paulo Coelho's literary canon

Here Paulo Coelho details his journey across Spain along the legendaryroad of San Tiago, which pilgrims have travelled since Middle Ages. On this contemporary quest, he encounters a Chaucerian variety of mysterious guides and devilish opponents and learns to understand the nature of truth through the simplicity of life. The Pilgrimage holds an important place in Paulo Coelho's literary canon.

I read The Pilgrimage by Paulo Coelho and found it an amazing read. There is only the nebulous sequence of events in the book. A few metropolises and main pilgrimage spots are mentioned. There is only a sketchy picture drawn of the landscape and countryside. But that is quite extraneous. The Pilgrimage is a much urbane story of the divine and inner aspects of pilgrimage. In fact, the physical fuzziness in the book foils the inner struggles of the pilgrim.

Paulo Coelho Biography - Paulo Coelho is unquestionably of the most successful authors of recent times .

Paulo Coelho Biography - Paulo Coelho is unquestionably of the most successful authors of recent times, selling more than 100 million books in at least 150 countries. In his book the Pilgrimage, Paulo Coelho details a spiritual awakening when he walked more than 500 miles Road of Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain an event which changed his life. Hell Archives was Coelho’s initial book which was published in 1982 and was not well received. The Pilgrimage was released in 1987 which is a reminiscence of the spiritual awakening he went through.

The Pilgrimage paved the way to Paulo Coehlo's international bestselling novel The Alchemist. In many ways, these two volumes are companions?to truly comprehend one, you must read the other.

Step inside this captivating account of Paulo Coehlo's pilgrimage along the road to Santiago. This fascinating parable explores the need to find one's own path. In the end, we discover that the extraordinary is always found in the ordinary and simple ways of everyday people. Part adventure story, part guide to self-discovery, this compelling tale delivers the perfect combination of enchantment and insight.

Reviews:
  • Rasmus
I have walked to Santiago twice, once west across the northern tier of Spain and once north from Porto near the Portuguese coast. I caught myself wishing I had read Coelho's book before starting on the Strange Road to Santiago. Now I'm relieved that I didn't because my experience of the pilgrimage was so similar to his in the most meaningful ways. I needed to discover it for myself. I plan to walk to Santiago again in a few weeks on the gentle route south from Spain's Atlantic coast, and I'll do it with the special joy of taking my friend Coelho's along.
  • Kegal
I started reading this last week, a month or so after I read the Alchemist. This story held the same mystical magic in it as the Alchemist, but the religious undertones were much more pronounced because of the actual journey. Just like in the Alchemist, I felt like Coelho was pausing the story from time to time to say something directly to me, the reader. He had such wonderful messages about how to experience agape love, let go of the things that tether us, and free ourselves from the things that are distracting us from our true destiny. I'm convinced that I must now try to read everything Coelho has written (which is a lot!). He's truly a wonderful writer and offers God given words.
  • Fearlesshunter
Below is what I had written in March 2017 but I found out in July 2017 that this book is not ended properly. It is missing the last chapter Santiago de Compostela. The previous chapter is not properly ended either. "...caused the blade of my sword to glisten" was not how Paulo Coelho finished the book. I think all purchaser of the book deserve an explanation from Amazon and HarperOne. I found this very bizarre. So I changed from an original 5-star rating to a 2-star.

I read The Pilgrimage more than once. The first time I read it was when I was traveling in Spain and Morocco. This is the type of books that feeds our souls. Though Paulo has other books perhaps more popular The Pilgrimage remains my favorite. It is more for mature readers. I recommend it to everyone who wants to add a bit food to our spiritual journey and pursue life with enthusiasm, wisdom and courage.
  • Aradwyn
The Pilgrimage is the story of Paulo Coelho's journey on The Road to Santiago. During his journey he discovers the secrets of wisdom, love, and God who resides in all of us. It's very interesting and even entertaining to read. He describes all the excersices and practices to obtain the secrets of the world and describes some of the religious visions he has, that sometimes seem like he was having a trip off some psychedelic drugs. Very interesting read.
  • Arashilkis
I knew this was an allegorical read from the start. I just finished the Camino and had hoped to find more of a connection with the physical aspects of the journey. But alas not. ANd after finishing I wished i could say I get the message he was trying to convey. Thought the plus edition might have some questions for readers to help one decipher the true meaning of this book. perhaps somethings were lost in the transaltion of this book from his native language to english.
  • Onath
I think my own expectations lessened my liking for this book. I was not expecting a how-to walk the Camino, but perhaps a more objective real-life account of one’s personal experience. This genre, which I can’t even name or describe, is unfamiliar to me, and I struggle with “this really happened?” Or “Is this just fantasy?” I’m not familiar with Coelho’s style of writing, and this just didn’t win me over. But...I stuck with it, wanting to see if there was resolution.
  • Anayajurus
I thought the book was a great book. The book is about a man who is a journey to Santiago. But on his journey he encounters a lot of paths that he needs to over come. He has to dig deep down and find the true him and over come many things. The purpose of this trip is so he can become a new person and do many new things that he has not done before. This will bring out a new him and this will help him as he goes on in life after this journey.

The thing in the book that got me noteworthy was how he had the drive and how focused he was to make it to the end of his task. The strength of the book was it was very detailed and this was a very good thing. The weakness of the book to me was I thought the ending was just a little dry, I felt as tho they could have added just a little more to it. I like the authors writing style this was very good on how he wrote it. It was well written the words all followed very well and his was a great thing. I think the message of the book is to show you that no matter how hard things may get never give up. There is always a road of something to come at the end of everything.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a book about a journey or a path in someones life. I think it is good to read as a class because you really get to see what others think of the book together. I also think if you like a book about a person that is going thro something in life that this is a good book. The book just expresses so many trails and then he some how over comes everything. So if you like to read go head and buy the book.
I hope to one day walk the Camino to Santiago de Compostela so read this book looking for insight. At times the spiritual visions were moving, other times long. This is a book that could carry different insights and meaning at different times, through multiple readings.