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You are on page 1of 2 Search inside document El alquimista por Ben Jonson Gran introduccin a comedias de Ben Jonsons El alquimista es una comedia escrita por el dramaturgo ingls Ben Jonson. Estrenada en por los hombres de Reyes, se considera generalmente comedia mejor y ms caracterstica de Jonsons; Samuel Taylor Coleridge afirm que tena una de las tres parcelas ms perfectas en la literatura. El cumplimiento inteligente de obras de las unidades clsicas y representacin viva de la locura humana han convertido en una de las pocas renacimiento obras exceptuando naturalmente las obras de Shakespeare con, adems de un perodo de abandono durante la poca victoriana, una vida continua en el escenario. El lugar para que Jonson aparentemente escribi su obra refleja esta aceptacin recin slida del teatro como un hecho de la vida de la ciudad. En , el seor chambelanes hombres tambin conocido como los hombres de Reyes haba denegado el permiso para utilizar el teatro Blackfriars como un playho de invierno
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We do all the asking for you. The plan works. Okay, we totally saw that coming. But in any case, the plan works and they sell glass like hotcakes. Then Santiago gets the bright idea to sell tea out of the glasses. But then the merchant would have to change his way of life! Turns out that meeting Santiago has forced the merchant to look at his life. He doesn't like it too much: he realizes that he isn't reaching his possibilities and that he doesn't even want to.
The two smoke together, and finally the merchant says, "Maktub," which means something like "it is written" in Arabic. Translation: bring on the tea shop!
Now Santiago and the merchant are selling both tea and glass like hotcakes, and the merchant has to expand and hire more employees. Almost a year after arriving in Africa, Santiago has saved enough to get back to Spain and download double the sheep he'd had the year before.
He tells the merchant that he's leaving and gets his blessing. But the merchant says that even though he has enough money to get to Mecca he won't go, and he knows that Santiago won't download his sheep. As Santiago packs up his stuff, Urim and Thummim fall out of his pouch. He realizes he hasn't thought about the old king in a year, and leaves without saying goodbye because he doesn't want to cry.
Suddenly Santiago realizes that he can always go back to being a shepherd, but he has to keep chasing after his dream and learning new things.
He decides to go see how much it would cost to get to the pyramids. Paragraphs An Englishman who is also following omens is sitting in the warehouse waiting for the caravan to leave Tangier, reading some books on alchemy. He is planning to go to the Al-Fayoum oasis and meet a year-old alchemist there who can turn any metal into gold. The Englishman's dream is to learn alchemy, so he can't wait to meet the old guy at the oasis. Santiago shows up and asks the Englishman where he's going, but the Englishman isn't feeling too talkative, so they both just sit and read.
Unfortunately, Santiago still can't get past the first few pages of Dr.
You and us both, Santiago. He takes Urim and Thummim from his pocket, and the Englishman immediately recognizes them. He shows Santiago that he has two identical stones, and explains that in the Bible they were the only permitted form of divination, or telling the future.
Well, that's convenient. The Englishman tells Santiago that he's off to find the alchemist, and they get to chatting about the universal language and omens.
Just then an Arab tells them they're in luck: a caravan is leaving that day for Al-Fayoum, Egyptwhere both of them are headed. Santiago lets slip that he's hunting treasure, but the Englishman has got his own treasure to look out for. The caravan leader gives everybody a pep talk before they take off, explaining how dangerous the desert is and how they have to swear to follow his orders no matter what, in order to stay alive. Fair enough. Everyone climbs on their camels and.
Santiago learns a lot from watching the desert and thinking about the way the caravan moves. Naturally, he makes friends with a camel driver, and they hang out at night telling stories. Sometimes Bedouin messengers come to tell the caravan the desert gossip, including rumors of tribal wars. Santiago tells the Englishman he should pay more attention to the desert, and the Englishman tells him he should read more books. Gee, sounds like they both have a lot to learn from each other.
While they're out walking one night, the Englishman tells Santiago about the Soul of the World, a force that governs everything.
He says that when you want something with all your heart, you're close to the Soul of the World and the universe will help you get it. So if we want to be able to eat Oreo cream pie every night without gaining weight, will the Soul of the World take care of that, too? The two decide to swap, with the Englishman paying attention to the caravan and Santiago reading his books. Hm, this sounds strangely familiar. Maybe like an old man's story about a boy trying to carry oil in a spoon around a city?
Kind of like that. Santiago reads about a mysterious Emerald Tablet, which has the most important text in the literature of alchemy inscribed on it, just a few lines. He also learns about the lives of the famous alchemists, who dedicated their lives to purifying metals and purifying themselves. He also learns about the Elixir of Life, which is the liquid part of the work of changing metal to gold, and the Philosopher's Stone, which is the solid part. They're both pretty special, and hard to find.
Unfortunately, Santiago doesn't understand any of the manuals that would tell him how to do alchemy. The Englishman explains that the texts have to be difficult to understand so that only the most responsible people could read it and change things into gold.
Because only responsible people are able to read complicated texts, duh. That's why professors are so notoriously attentive. Eventually, both friends get sick of the others' learning materials and go back to their old ways. The caravan starts to travel day and night because of the wars, and everyone seems to be pretty nervous. Santiago's camel driver friend tells him to live in the moment instead of fearing the future.
They finally camp out within sight of the oasis, and everyone is pretty thrilled about this.
Paragraphs The alchemistwho BTW is years oldsees the caravan arriving and knows that one of the people in it has been sent there to learn his secrets. He heard this from the omens. Convenient, those omens. The oasis is gigantic, bigger than most of the towns that Santiago has seen. The people who live there are excited to see the newcomers, and Santiago learns that oases are considered neutral territory where fighting is prohibited.
The caravan leader explains that the group will stay at the oasis until the fighting stops, which could be years. He also collects everyone's weapons, because they're prohibited in the oasis. Santiago tries not to be impatient, and moves into a tent with five roommates from the oasis. The Englishman enlists Santiago to help him find the alchemist, which is not so easy considering that the oasis contains hundreds of tents.
When Santiago asks about him, people get all twitchy and say they've never heard of anyone like that. Finally, they decide to ask for a wise man who cures illnesses, because probably no one knows what an alchemist is.
No luck. People either accuse them of looking for witch doctors or tell them it's none of their business.
And then, Santiago sees a young woman and promptly falls in love with her. He finds out that her name is Fatima and then asks her about the alchemist. She tells him that he lives in the south, and then leaves. The Englishman takes off to hunt the alchemist. When he finds him, he explains that he's there to learn. The alchemist tells him to go and try to turn lead into gold, and so he gets to work. Santiago starts hanging out at the well, waiting for Fatima, and they talk every day.
She says that she has always waited for the desert to bring her a present, and that it finally has. It's Santiago. He tells her about his dreams, the old king, and the omens. Fatima wants Santiago to go look for his treasure, even if he has to leave her.
She knows that if they're destined to be together, he'll be back for her. She's a desert woman, so she knows all about waiting. Santiago finds the Englishman, who tells him that he's finally learning about alchemy by doing it instead of just reading about it. Live yo' dreams, Englishman. Out walking in the desert, Santiago sees a couple of hawks flying in the sky. He watches them in a trance, and suddenly one of them attacks the other. Just then, Santiago has a vision of an army invading the oasis.
This being an allegorical novel, Santiago knows he'd better listen to his visions. He heads back to the oasis to tell the camel driver about the vision, and his buddy encourages him to go tell the tribal chieftains about the armies that are coming. Won't they laugh at him? The camel driver says that men of the desert are used to omens.
Because he's worried about Fatima, Santiago decides to tell what he saw. At the chiefs' tent, Santiago waits his turn for an audience with the leaders. Hours later, he presents his vision.
The chiefs debate and argue in a dialect Santiago doesn't understand, but finally the elder ends the discussion. The elder says that they have to listen to the messages of the desert, and that the next day everyone will be armed and on the lookout. For every ten dead enemies, they'll give Santiago a piece of gold. However, if there is no attack, Santiago will be the one who ends up dead. On his way back to his tent afterward, a stranger shows up on a white horse, with a falcon on his shoulder and a sword in his hand.
He asks who dares to interpret the flight of the hawks, and Santiago answers that it's him. It's what the birds wanted to tell him. Then the stranger asks him what he's doing there, and Santiago says he's following his Personal Legend. The stranger says that he was testing Santiago's courage, because that's the most important quality for understanding the Language of the World. If he's still alive tomorrow night, Santiago should visit him.
That was the alchemist. The next day the oasis is ready for the attack, and it's a good thing. The battle is over in a half hour, and every invader is killed. Santiago is promoted to counselor of the oasis.