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O Diário de um Mago

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O diário de um mago é o relato da peregrinação feita por Paulo Coelho em 1986 pelo Caminho de Santiago. Motivada por sua profunda ambição espiritual e pelo desejo de se tornar escritor, a travessia se transforma em algo maior do que ele imaginava. Enquanto narra sua jornada mística e as duras lições que aprendeu com o guia Petrus, Paulo entende que o extraordinário não res ...more
Paperback, Ed. compacta, 204 pages
Published 2003 by Pergaminho (first published 1987)
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Mohammed Arabey
كل ماافتكر الرواية دي ..الايام اللي قضيتها وانا بقرأها -قريتها تقريبا علي 10 او 11 مرة- احس ان كل مرة كنت في مكان جديد او في مرحلة جديدة من الرحلة للوصول لشئ من الروحانيه او الصفاء
اتعلمت حاجة جديدة..مفهمتش حاجات تانية..مللت كتير ..اتخنقت من صعوبة اللغة أكثر
بس في المجمل..حتي لو حسيت بملل حتخرج من التجربة باضافة ولو طفيفة في طريقة تفكيرك وتعاملك مع الامور

طريق "الحج"غريب...اتصورته كله في خيالي بوصف باولو كويللو الدقيق .. مع اني مشفتش الصور بس بعد ماخلصت الرواية لقيت انها شبهه اللي اتخيلته بناء علي
Ian Galloway
Mar 10, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I enjoy every book by Paulo Cuelho that I've read (12 to date) and this one, his first, has touched me in tha same way the Alchemist did. Perhaps it's the common theme of searching for a way a path a meaning and the fact that I can empathise strongly with the sentiment, having walked that exact road to Santiago. The mysticism in some of the events of the journey, with hindsight, are a bit too far of a step for me personally but the whole journey of the pilgimage to Santiago and the learning and ...more
asma Qadah
Oct 10, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
لا أعتقد أنني سأنصَح الجميع بقراءة هذا الكتاب، على الرغم من أنه جيّد و المعلومات التي تحويه يمكنني اعتبارها تجربة شخصية دينية. الرواية/ الكتاب على الكمّ الهائل للمعلومات التي فيها أعتقِد أنها مناسبة لما فوق سنّ الثامنة عشرة. هناك معلومات/ ممارسات دينية كثيرة تحتاج إلى قراءة واعِية.

حماسي للكتاب كان بسبب ذكره في روايته “الزّهير” التي قرأتها و لم أكتب عنها بعد. خلال قراءتي لـ”حاج كومبوستيلا” اتّضحت لي ممارسات دينية – مسيحية كثيرة، و حاولت من خلالها مقارنتها بالممارسات الدينية – الإسلامية. محوَر ال
Ahmad Sharabiani
O Diário de um Mago = The Pilgrimage, Paulo Coelho
عنوانها: خاطرات یک جادوگر؛ خاطرات یک مغ؛ سفر زیارتی؛ نویسنده: پائولو کوئیلو؛ انتشاراتیها: کاروان؛ افراز، کوشش، نوین، محراب دانش؛ تاریخ ننخستین خوانش: ژانویه سال 1999 میلادی
عنوان: خاطرات یک مغ؛ نویسنده: پائولو کوئیلو؛ برگردان: آرش حجازی؛ تهران، کاروان، 1379؛ در 314 ص؛ چاپ سوم تا پنجم 1380؛ ششم 1381؛ هفتم 1382؛ نهم 1383؛ دوازدهم 1385؛ شابک: 9647033079؛ شابک: 9789647033923؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسسندگان برزیلی - قرن 20 م
عنوان: سفر زیارتی (خاطرات یک مغ

لكل الأصدقاء الذين وضعوا الإعجاب قبل كتابتى للمراجعة، شكـــرًا لثقتكم (*^_^*)

حاج كومبوستيلا

سيرة ذاتية لباولو الذى قام برحلة الحج هذه
بحثًا عن سيفه
وهو لرمزٌ عظيم عنده إن لم تكونوا تعرفون :)

لا أعرف أين أضع الرواية...
فهى بلغة باولو وبديانته وبطقوسه أيضًا
ومجرد محاولة الربط بين رحلة الحج هذه وبين الإسلام
لا تجوز

الجدير بالذكر أن بعض الأخوة المسيحيين رفضوا هذه الرواية
واعتبروا وجود باولو وبيتروس وغيرهم ناتج
عن قطع الأحبال الدينية

فقط لدى بعض الملاحظات الصغيرة:
يروى الكاتب عن لسان معلمه ومرشده أن الطريق ا
Saud Omar
تنبيه: ليس هناك حرق لأحداث الرواية في هذه المراجعة


من مدونتي: ثمانون كتابا بحثا عن مخرج


رواية ( حاج كومبوستيلا ) هي ثالث عمل لباولو كويلو, والتي صدرت عام 1987؛ أي قبل عام واحد فقط من صدور أشهر رواياته ( الخيميائي ). عمله الأول كان ( أرشيف الجحيم ) وقد نفد ولم تُعد طباعته حتى الآن, والعمل الثاني له هو ( الدليل العملي للفامبيرية ) وقد سُحب لأنه بدا لكويلو أن العمل لم ينجح في إيصال رسالته.

تحتل رواية ( حاج كومبوستيلا ) مكانه مميّزه بين روايات كويلو؛ وذلك لأن من خلال
Jan 02, 2008 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: philosophy majors
I really hated this book. In fact, it is the second worst book I've ever read (first being the Voyage of Somebody the Sailor). The story made no sense, and key parts of it were left unexplained (what is RAM? what is The Tradition?). I suppose you might get some philosophical value from it, but I didn't really think any of it was earth-shattering or even worth a raised eyebrow. The only redeeming quality was that it was short and went quickly.
The Pilgrimage is the first book by Brazilian author, Paulo Coelho, and translated into English by Alan Clarke. As a devotee of the Tradition, at 38 years old, Paulo makes the mistake, at the ceremony of his ordination as a Master of the Order of RAM, of assuming he is worthy of the sword, and then learns that he will have to travel the Road to Santiago de Castelin (aka the Jacobean route, the Milky Way) in Spain, to find it.

This book is his account of that pilgrimage, undertaken in 1986 with a
It's difficult to write a review of this one. It completely depends if you feel attracted to the book and the story.
It gives the reader an awful lot to think about. This is not a book you can fully understand after one time reading.
There are a lot of uncommon 'events' in it. Liking, or loving it depends highly - I think - if you have a religious background.
There are quite a number of excises in the book you can practice. I certainly are going to work with several of them.

One quote from the bo
Mar 14, 2008 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2008
This is the 4th Paulo Coelho book I've read, and my least favorite so far. Not that there's anything wrong with it, per se, but I can definitely see his evolution as a writer from this (his first) to The Witch of Portobello (his most recent and one of my faves).

For me, this book was slower, less relatable (if only because very few people are on this kind of a mystical quest) and just less smoothly written overall. I also had a hard time sympathizing with the protagonist.

Now, that's not to say th
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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 in ...more
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