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The Pilgrimage [Format Kindle]

Paulo Coelho
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“An exciting tale.” (Library Journal)

“A universal quest toward an expanded view of life.” (Dan Millman, author of THE WAY OF THE PEACEFUL WARRIOR)

“The keys to self-mastery...wrapped in suspense and adventure.” (Body Mind Spirit)

“Among Latin American writers only Columbia’s Gabriel Garcia Marquez is more widely read than Brazil’s Paulo Coelho.” (The Economist)


An exciting tale. --Library Journal

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Paulo Coelho est né en 1947 à Rio de Janeiro. Adolescent rebelle dans une famille conservatrice et étudiant contestataire plusieurs fois emprisonné sous un régime dictatorial, il devint parolier d'une des plus grandes stars du rock des années 70 au Brésil, Raul Seixas. L'Alchimiste, paru en 1988 au Brésil, est devenu un best-seller mondial aujourd'hui traduit dans 59 langues et publié dans 150 pays. Il a reçu de nombreux prix internationaux prestigieux et est membre de l'Académie des lettres brésilienne depuis 2002. Derrière l'écrivain, on trouve un homme qui aime lire et voyager, qui apprécie les ordinateurs et Internet, la musique, le football, qui aime se promener et qui pratique le Kyudo - une discipline qui allie la pratique du tir guerrier et l'apprentissage de la méditation.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The pilgrimage - Taille des caractères 22 mai 2014
Par Sonia
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Attention! En cette version, vous avez intérêt à avoir des lunettes de vision à portée de main.
Les caractères sont vraiment très riquiquis.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good book, but low page quality. 10 février 2012
Par Amit
The book is no doubt good. But I am not happy with the quality of the book's appearance. The pages are of low quality which partially diminishes the joy of reading.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Spirtual.... 28 avril 2000
Par Sara Saab - Publié sur
If you're looking for another Alchemist this is not the right book for you... it is about Mr. Coelho's personal experiences, it is written in the first-person, and it is more spiritual. But its events are so mind-boggling that you can see where the author's inspiration comes from for his literary masterpieces. It gives you a profound respect for Mr. Coelho and his achievements. It is NOT FICTION. It contains "Meditation" exercises at the end of nearly every chapter. The main aim in my opinion of this book is to remind us of the mystery of the world and that not everything is clear to us as humans, but that despite this, it remains our duty to fight for what we believe is right. Most importantly, this is not a self-help book nor does it spoon-feed you theories about life... DRAW YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS about its deeper meanings...but read it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A very interesting book for the message and story alike. 21 octobre 1998
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I have read Brida, the Alchemist, The Valkyries and The Pilgramage which is the most outstanding (all of them are great).I thank Paulo Coelho very much for his messages. Just say, it is worth it to read it, but if you dare to believe, as I do, you can go further, if not, don't worry, it's in no way a boring book. I suggest you to take the Road to Santiago after reading it. This book has made me to change a lot, and I promise, it's being a great change. I strongly recommend this book for those who don't know what to do with their lives or are full of doubts about their future. This book is helping me to find my way and to look at the Road and pay more attention to myself and my inner soul. But it's not just to read it, it needs practice, faith, will and time. I think it pays off, because what really matters in life? what we have in the material world or what we can achieve in the spiritual and psycological world? This book deals with the latter.It's your choice. Good luck!.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good travel book, interesting personal perspective 7 mars 2003
Par Denis Benchimol Minev - Publié sur
This was Coelho's first popular book, and as such denotes his evolving magical style. It is about his trip in the Santiago de COmpostela trek that goes from east to west across Spain. I found the travel perspective of the book to be fascinating, and since I read it I have thought many times about doing the trek myself.
As for the personal revelation the author encounters in the trek, I foudn them interesting, not overwhelming. The lessons learned are presented in many different books aside form this one; what makes this book a little special, I believe, is that the story involves the reader in such a way that the lessons are driven effortlessly.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Coelho's First 25 novembre 2005
Par Dave_42 - Publié sur
"The Pilgrimage" is the third book I have read by Paulo Coelho, although it was his first. It was first published as "O Diário de um Mago" in 1987, and the first English translation was titled: "The Diary of a Magus" and was published in 1992. This is the tale of Paulo's own personal pilgrimage along the road to Santiago. After failing to earn his sword in his ordination as a Master of the Order of RAM, he is directed to take a pilgrimage to seek his sword there, as well as the wisdom he would need to use it.

Despite being a more personal story, I didn't find it to be nearly as engaging of a narrative as "The Alchemist". Since I read the translations by Alan R. Clarke of both books, I tend to think that perhaps this is due to Coelho's improvement as a writer. That is not to say that this is not an interesting book. "The Pilgrimage" is still a good story, and for those who like Paulo Coelho, it is certainly worth reading.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 The Camino - a test of body and character 21 juillet 2007
Par Robert Muirhead - Publié sur
I read The Pilgrimage by Paulo Coelho soon after completing my own 800 km pilgrimage from St Jean Pied de Port in France to Santiago in the north-west of Spain.

Readers who are looking for a factual, chronological, "travel book" of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela will be disappointed. There is only the vaguest chronology in the book. A few towns and important pilgrimage sites are mentioned. There is only a sketchy picture drawn of the terrain and countryside.

But that is quite irrelevant. The Pilgrimage is a much more sophisticated account of the psychological and spiritual aspects of pilgrimage. In fact, the physical vagueness in the book complements the inner struggles of the pilgrim.

The pilgrim in Coelho's book is on a quest for his sword so that he can complete his apprenticeship in the Tradition and be able to perform the deeds of his Master. The quest takes place on the road to Santiago and the pilgrim (with his spiritual guide) encounters magical tests that expand his psychological horizons.

This resonated with me in the sense that the Camino finds the weak points in our bodies and characters and tests them. Reflective pilgrims gain personal insights, and, for many, their lives change in significant ways after completing the Camino. Coelho makes the same points by his use of magic to illustrate the inner transformation of his pilgrim.

The book also includes meditative exercises that the pilgrim performed at critical times on his journey. While some of the exercises are a little unrealistic, such as the Cruelty Exercise of self-mortification, most of them can be performed by anyone, with resulting benefit. I wish I had read the book before my own pilgrimage so I could have done more in this respect.

This was Coelho's first book and it shows to a large extent. It is uneven in quality and lacks the tightness of his later work, such as The Alchemist - which it resembles in its basic structure of an individual's quest for meaning.
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