回答 書名:The Alchemist 問題 各位大大請幫忙
1)The Englishman and his goals are described on pp.65-70. What is he looking for? What does he demonstrate to Santiago that he already knows? On p. 78, he says that the progress made at the crystal shop is an example of the principle of the Soul of the World. What does he mean? How does he define this?
2)What is the meaning of the two dead hawks and the falcon in the oasis? How does this omen change Santiago’s status in society?
3)During his trek through the desert with the alchemist, Santiago is told of many basic truths. The alchemist says, “There is only one way to learn. It’s through action. Everything you need to know you have learned through your journey” (p.125). What are some of the things Santiago has learned through action?
4)Why do you think the alchemist tells Santiago the story about the man’s dream about the two sons (the poet and the soldier) on p. 156?
5)Why did Santiago have to go through the dangers of the tribal wars on the outskirts of the oasis in order to reach the Pyramids? At this point, the boy remembers the old proverb: “The darkest hour of the night came just before the dawn.” How does this apply to his situation now? At the end of the journey, why did the alchemist leave Santiago alone to complete it?
6)Earlier in the story, the alchemist told Santiago “when you possess great treasures within you, and try to tell others of them, seldom are you believed.” At the end of the story, how did this simple lesson change Santiago’s life? How did it lead him back to the treasure he was looking for?
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