ساحرة بورتوبيللو

  • Title: ساحرة بورتوبيللو
  • Author: Paulo Coelho باولو كويلو
  • ISBN: 9789953880143
  • Page: 171
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  • Paulo Coelho باولو كويلو

    The Brazilian author PAULO COELHO was born in 1947 in the city of Rio de Janeiro Before dedicating his life completely to literature, he worked as theatre director and actor, lyricist and journalist In 1986, PAULO COELHO did the pilgrimage to Saint James of Compostella, an experience later to be documented in his book The Pilgrimage In the following year, COELHO published The Alchemist Slow initial sales convinced his first publisher to drop the novel, but it went on to become one of the best selling Brazilian books of all time Other titles include Brida 1990 , The Valkyries 1992 , By the river Piedra I sat Down and Wept 1994 , the collection of his best columns published in the Brazilian newspaper Folha de S o Paulo entitle Maktub 1994 , the compilation of texts Phrases 1995 , The Fifth Mountain 1996 , Manual of a Warrior of Light 1997 , Veronika decides to die 1998 , The Devil and Miss Prym 2000 , the compilation of traditional tales in Stories for parents, children and grandchildren 2001 , Eleven Minutes 2003 , The Zahir 2005 , The Witch of Portobello 2006 and Winner Stands Alone to be released in 2009 During the months of March, April, May and June 2006, Paulo Coelho traveled to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his pilgrimage to Saint James of Compostella in 1986 He also held surprise book signings announced one day in advance in some cities along the way, to have a chance to meet his readers In ninety days of pilgrimage the author traveled around the globe and took the famous Transiberrian train that took him to Vladivostok During this experience Paulo Coelho launched his blog Walking the Path The Pilgrimage in order to share with his readers his impressions Since this first blog Paulo Coelho has expanded his presence in the internet with his daily blogs in Wordpress, Myspace Facebook He is equally present in media sharing sites such as Youtube and Flickr, offering on a regular basis not only texts but also videos and pictures to his readers From this intensive interest and use of the Internet sprang his bold new project The Experimental Witch where he invites his readers to adapt to the screen his book The Witch of Portobello Indeed Paulo Coelho is a firm believer of Internet as a new media and is the first Best selling author to actively support online free distribution of his work.

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  • I always wished that Paulo Coehlo was my uncle so that I could call him ‘Papa Coelho’ and sit at his knee while he smoked his pipe. I think that he would be delightfully eccentric, and given to saying things like ‘Suffering, if confronted without fear, is the great passport to freedom.’ So, true, Papa Coelho. So true. If he was my uncle, though, I might not tell him that I thought The Alchemist was tripe, and that most of his books carry too much philosophizing and not enough narrative. [...]


  • This book *really* made me think about who I am and where I am going, and who I want to be as a woman, a wife, a soon-to-be-mother, a daughter, and a human.I didn't always like Paulo Coehlo's work. I tried to read The Alchemist in college and the novel just didn't do it for me. But a friend recommended Veronika Decides to Die to me while a loved one was in the hospital for depression and I was struggling to understand what might be happening in there, and ever since, Coehlo has been one of my ob [...]


  • ونجح باولو كويلو في أن يجعلني أعطي نجمة واحدة لكتاب يمجد قداسة الأنثى-_-الرواية واحدة من أكثر الكتب التي قرأتها إملالا وسخافةبغض النظر عن التنمية البشرية التي تنضح بها الروايةوالتي هي عادة أصيلة عند كويلوفالرواية كبناء ضعيفة ورسم شخصياتها لم يكن على القدر المتوقع منه خاصة م [...]


  • Trapped for hours in an airport with nothing to read, my wife was further victimized by this remarkably bad book, one of five books available for sale in Portland International Airport at 2am. You can turn to any page and find a really hackneyed phrase. Kahil Gibrain's psuedo-religious drivel was at least poetic and brief by comparison. The story is supposed to be the voices of different people, but the Catholic priest, the Lebanese mother, the 65-year old restaurant owner, are all utterly indis [...]


  • Preachy new age-y bullshit, with a distinct undertone of "I'm idealizing feminine qualities, so I can't possibly be sexist" sexism. Seriously, one of his characters lists four female archetypes that women supposedly follow, and although he calls them the witch, the virgin, the martyr and the saint, it's just that quote about how all roles for actresses are hookers, victims or doormats, with "bitch" thrown in for variety. The use of various narrators is one of my favorite narrative devices, but i [...]


  • A Bruxa de Portobello = The witch of portobello, Paulo CoelhoThe Witch of Portobello (Portuguese: A Bruxa de Portobello) is a fiction work by Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho published in 2007, about a woman born in Transylvania to a Romani mother in a gypsy tribe without wedlock. The central character is abandoned by her birth mother because the father was a foreigner (gadje) and later adopted by a wealthy Lebanese couple.عنوان: ساحره پورتوبلو؛ ساحره ی پورتوبلو؛ [...]


  • What a load of crap, this!!!I had long since wanted to try a Paulo Coelho book and I picked this on impulse.Man, I've never been soo damn wrong in my life.Half way through it, I was getting HEADSPINS!!! Being stubborn as I am, somehow managed to get through it and was left utterly dismayed and with a very bad taste in my mouth.HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE!!The author literally CHOKES you on his idea of spirituality and self awareness.WORST READ EVER!!!!!!!


  • ‘The Witch of Portobello’ by Paulo Coelho is not a straight biographical book or the opinion of the writer on its main protagonists. It’s what the other people transcribe the writer about the women, the Witch of Portobello.“No one lights a lamp in order to hide it behind the door……No one sacrifices the most important thing she possesses: love. No one places her dreams in the hands of those who might destroy them. No one, that is, but Athena.”It’s the story of Athena, or Sherine K [...]


  • تتناول الرواية موضوعاً مشوقاً بالنسبة إلي , ألا وهو عبادة الطبيعة الأم ! قبل أن أتحدث عن رأيي بالرواية ومضمونها , دعوني أكلمكم قليلاً عن عبادة الطبيعة هذا كان يا مكان وفي غابر الأزمان وقبل ظهور ما يسمى بالديانات السماوية كان هناك مفهوماً لدى غالبية البشر - تحول إلى عبادة فيما [...]


  • I literally could not put this book down. While I'm a book lover and devour many books, I consider this one to be a very special treat.


  • أثينا الغجرية اليتيمة تائهة الروح امرأة من القرن الثاني والعشرين تحيا في القرن الحادي والعشرين من دون أن تتستر علي هذا الواقع فدفعت الثمن غالي ولكن مقابل إيجاد الحقيقة عاشت حياتها تبحث عن الإجابة ، تبحث عن الراحة عن الرضا فقد سرقت قلوب البعض وأسرت عقولهم لتجعلهم عبيدا لأف [...]


  • spiritual, mystical, and will absolutely take over your soul!while reading this book, i felt inhibited by every feeling and gesture, and was possessed by Athena, the woman who is everything each and everyone of us want to be, but is afraid of becoming. The book certainly questions organized religions and brings back the idea of mother earth as the ultimate goddess. I have to, no, i MUST, type up this quote:" We women, when we are searching for a meaning to our lives or for the path of knowledge, [...]


  • I really, really wanted to like this book. I've heard wonderful things about Coelho and was excited to try him out, I love topics that deal with witchcraft and things fantastical, and I'm a sucker for redheaded heroines. But I found this novel and its ideas on the nature of spirituality really preachy, pedantic and overblown. I was so annoyed by the middle of the book that I nearly put it down, but the cover art convinced me to keep trying. Surely the artist must have been inspired to create suc [...]


  • This is not a novel -- it's a treatise. There is a character, Athena, that I never come to care about, and there is no plot. What IS there, you ask? Well, there's an explication of a belief system. That's it. That's what this is.Most of the book is taken up in various people talking to each other in the kind of philosophical conversations that normal people almost never have. Whenever you see a chat starting, buckle up.I couldn't have been more disappointed, as I like Coelho most of the time. I [...]


  • Picked up this book at SFO before boarding my plane to Hawaii. Seemed like a total accident, given I had never heard of it and wasn't planning to buy it. But having read it, I acknowledge this as an example of the belief "there are no accidents."From early childhood, I have been keenly aware of an accessible spiritual world, but lacked the encourgement or guidance to foster my ability to contact that world.While the underlying message of this book is exploring the answer to the question "What is [...]


  • ذهنم رو پر از سوال و فکر میکنه.تو تمام ساعت هایی که این کتاب رو میخونم و یا کنار میذارمش ذهنم رو درگیر خودش میکنه.روایت خیلی جالبی داشت و دوستش داشتم.


  • I'm not really sure how to review this book. It's so completely different to anything I've ever read. I'm therefore not going to try to analyse it, because there are some fantastic reviews for this book, and I know mine will not be of the same standard. So I'm basically just going to write down my thoughts, and how the book made me feel.The main character, Athena, discovers that there could be more to life after going to her neighbour's flat to complain about the loud music. What she sees when s [...]


  • This book was a little "much." I was first introduced to Paulo Coelho with his acclaimed novel The Alchemist. I loved The Alchemist. It's clear the author is a "spiritualist" and takes pleasure in teaching lessons through simplicity and beauty. I found the Alchemist inspiring and well-written. The Witch of Portobello I found cultish and flowery. There was nothing natural about it - rather - almost something "forced" in trying to convey the story of a young woman finding her "center" through "the [...]


  • أنهيت الرواية لان ضميري يمنعني غالبا من أن أبدأ كتابا ولا أنهيه !كانت واحدة من أكثر الروايات التي قرأتها مللا وسخافةربما تشبعت من الكلام الصوفي و "الام الكبرى" فهي بعيدة جدا عن معتقداتي فلماذا البحث عن معرفة الله في الطبيعة أو عن طريق الرقص أو طقوس اعتبرها شعودة فكرة عبادة ال [...]


  • I bought this book in Cabo for a few pesos and later found it was being given away FREE, so my expectations were somewhat tempered and let me just say Coelho does not disappoint. Ahem.On a positive note, Paulo Coelho has one of the great names in contemporary fiction, one that exudes a sort of exotic erudition, so one might say that only an author as magnificent as Coelho can draw the reader in and convince that reader he is purposefully fooling the reader into believing that this book was writt [...]


  • ساحرة بورتوبيللو باولو كويلو تعليق:عندما أقرأ لباولو كويلو أكاد لا أشعر بقيمة العمل الفني الذي أتناوله قدر إعجابي ولمسي للحس الصوفي الشرقي الذي يدخله كويلو في أعماله العديدة. ساحرة بورتوبيللو عمل فريد من نوعه على الأقل من حيث العرض الروائي فهذه هي المرة الأولى التي تصادفني [...]


  • Major disappointment. I've enjoyed Paulo Coelho's work before, but this is a very weak novel. I admit that I am easily creeped out by the kind of leaky spirituality that this book revolves around, but beyond that, the writing for female characters is god-awful and the mystic quest that the protagonist is on is laughable. The mystery of the compiler of all the separate accounts, once revealed, escaped being predictable by being stupid. A phoned-in, whimper of a book.


  • رواية جميلة أجمل من على نهر بييدرا هناك جلست فبكيت و اسوأ من الخيميائي و 11 دقيقة.لمن قرأ روايات باولو كويلو نجد أنها كلها تتحدث عن نفس الأفكار و نفس الثيمات الدينية و العقائد الأنثوية و الإيمان بالتقمص و بالسحر و بالمعجزات الناتجة عن الجري وراء بعض القديسين.بالنسبة لي عندما [...]


  • إلى ما بعد منتصفها كنت قد رأيتها الرواية الأروع لباولو، لكن الأجزاء الأخيرة كادت تقتلني ، فلولاها ولولا بعض أفكار الكاتب التي أمقتها مثل:(روح العالم، الأم الكبرى) ناهيك عن كونها مكررة في الروايات الثلاثة الأخرى التي قرأتها له لكنت أعطيتها النجمة الخامسة.لا بأس الرواية جميلة [...]


  • احببت الرواية ساحرة ^^اعجبتني هالفقرة:"الحب، يقولون لي. لكن الحب لا يجلب السعادة ولم يحلبها يوماً. فالحب، على العكس من ذلك! إنه حالة مستمرة من القلق، بل ساحة معركة، ليال هجرتها النوم، نتسائل فيها إن كان ما نفعله صواباً. الحب الحقيقي مزيج من الانتشاء والغصة."


  • #2011-13#Perempuan mandiri dan anak lelaki, apa yang di pikiranmu? Seorang perempuan yang mudah ditaklukan? Bukan. Ia lebih tegar, lebih berani untuk menantang kehidupan. Dan ia berkata, ini bukan untuk dirinya, ini untuk anakku. Perempuan yang menari untuk memberikan jiwa pada kehidupan yang kosong. Karena di dalam dirinya sendiri ada yang hilang, dan ia butuh pengisi di dalamnya. Maka ia berkelana, mengeluarkan energinya, berbagi pada yang lain, memberikan kebahagiaan yang ia juga tak punya. K [...]


  • الرواية اسمها جذاب و مثير للفضولأعجبني طريقة السرد نفسها المرة الأولى التي أقرأ فيها رواية بطريقة السرد هذه بحيث كانت الرواية عبارة عن حكايات جميع الأشخاص عن شخص واحد احتكوا به و عاشروه وهو البطل أو بمعنى اصح البطلة التي اختفت في نهاية الرواية عمدا و فهم الناس بعد غيابها أنه [...]


  • كالعادة . لا جديد مع باولو كويللو قليل من الحكم العربية وقليل من الشخصيات الغير مكتملة وسر عظيم هو بصدد كشفه والذي هو مع الاسف السر نفسه الذي كتب عنه في كل تجاربي السابقة معه (الخيميائي- مخطوطة وجدت في عكرا) بداية الرواية قوية إلى ان تهوي بك مثل عربات الملاهي بنصوص مكررة وحوار [...]


  • يا سيد كويلو، أرجو أن تفهم أنك تعديت حد السخافة حقًّا!أعني، إنك لا تكتب سوى في الروحانيات، ومع ذلك فأغلب ما تكتبه إنما هو خاطيء كيف تكتب عن دين لا تعتنقه؟ من أخبرك أن الصوفيين يتقربون إلى الله بالرقص بمثل طريقة أثينا تلك؟ ما هذه الوقاحة بالله؟ كيف تقول أن الطبيعة هي الأم، وأن [...]


  • یک کتاب دیگه از پائولو کوئلیو و انتشارات کاروانِ عزیز. این کتاب هم به سبک بقیه آثار کوئلیو بود. -پیش رویم دو راه بود، راه کمتر پیموده را برگزیدم، و تمام فرق ماجرا در همین بود-تنهایی، وقی سعی می کنیم با آن درگیر شویم، خیلی از ما قوی تر است، اما وقتی نادیده اش بگیریم، ضعیف می شود-هر [...]


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