“The boy and his heart ha… – Paulo Coelho Quote

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“The boy and his heart had become friends, and neither was capable now of betraying the other.”

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The Alchemist Quotes
The Alchemist is a highly readable novel of the early eighteenth century. Unlike most novels of that period, this one offers much history and lore as well as the facts of the day. The Alchemist quotes from other people such as Cicero, Dante, Locke, and Horace. One will also find a host of characters from all walks of life throughout the book. These include the noble Marquis de La Verendrye, his mistress, the Venetian Countess Rosa, the Norman Barrow, the Scottish playwright Robert Greene, and even one of the Medici brothers.

Of course, much of the popularity of The Alchemist can be attributed to its author, Dr. Samuel Johnson. Dr. Johnson was born about four centuries before Sir Walter Scott wrote the introduction to the series. Like Dr. Scott, Dr. Johnson wrote for several publishers and was not given the opportunity to expand upon his story. For this reason, many of Dr. Johnson’s quotations seem only to exist in the mind of the reader. This is not always a bad thing. One can simply think of The Alchemist as being a conversation between an author and his readers; in essence, it is a way for Dr. Johnson to pass along his wisdom.

As, well as quotations from the Bible, The Alchemist quotes from Shakespeare as well as Thomas Jefferson. A good number of the main characters were either from England or were related to the British royal family. Perhaps this is why so many people enjoy reading about historical figures such as James, Queen Mary, and William the Conqueror.


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