Hippie

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Title: Hippie

Author: Paolo Coelho

Translator: Zohreh Nateghi

Publisher: Compilation

Subject: Brazilian stories

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 256

Language: Farsi

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Hippie is the work of Paolo Coelho. In The Hippie, the author takes us back in time to the story of a time in his life when he dreamed of peace and challenging social order, one-sided and absolute policies, conservative behavior, extreme consumerism, and the brutal inequality of wealth and power. It grows in the head.

In this work, Coelho, drawing on his own personal experiences, refers to a generation that struggled to achieve peace and gave itself the courage to challenge social order.

In Hippie, we read the life story of a young, skinny Brazilian bearded boy who aspires to become a great writer and gain a deeper understanding of the world. Paolo’s journey begins in South America and continues to Amsterdam Livestock Square.
Paulo Coelho, based on his rich experiences throughout his life, takes us back in this book to relive the memories of a generation that longed for peace and the courage to break the rules.

In “Hippie” he introduces us to a Brazilian man who wants to be a writer and seeks a deeper meaning than his life.

Paolo is a Brazilian youth who dreams of becoming a writer.
He embarks on a journey to find freedom and a deeper meaning in his life; First in Bolivia and then in Peru, Chile and Argentina. But the story of this trip does not end in these countries; Paolo goes to the famous square of Amsterdam and there he meets a Dutch girl named Carla.

Carla convinces Paolo to accompany her on a “magic bus” trip to Nepal.

Amazing companions are accompanied by these two, each of whom has a story to tell and during the journey, they come to a different understanding of their values ​​and priorities in life.

In this exciting adventure, Paolo and Carla explore their relationship and are faced with choices that will change the course of their lives forever.

About the author of the hippie book: Paolo Coelho
“Paolo Coelho” is a prominent Brazilian writer whose novels are very popular among the general public in different countries of the world. He has been the UN Peace Ambassador for Poverty and Cultural Dialogue since 2007.

He is the most popular writer on social media; 29 million and 500 thousand people follow him on Facebook and 12 million and 200 thousand Twitter users.

Other books by Coelho include “Veronica Decides to Die”, “The Valkyries”, “Written”, “I Sit and Cry by the Pedra River”, “The Fifth Mountain”, “Love Letters of a Prophet”, “Confessions of a Seeker”, “Eleven Minutes” “Devil and Miss Fairy”, “Zuhair” and “The bird is alone” can be mentioned.

Part of the text of a hippie book
On the morning of the third day, Paolo’s girlfriend decided to return home, and no doubt her boyfriend had to accompany her.

Without saying goodbye, they boarded a bus with a crowd inside, cape to cape, before sunrise; The scenery, the animals, the mountains, the handicrafts and the local food really formed a pleasant combination.

Paolo managed to buy a colorful bag and promised himself that he would no longer use buses for trips that lasted more than a day.

They left Lima for Santiago, Chile. After a great night in the Chilean capital, they asked someone to show them a map of the Andes Mountains so they could reach the Chile-Argentina Transport Tunnel.

Paolo’s girlfriend was always cautious and kept some money for emergencies, whatever it was, she was the product of a communist regime in which a philosophy called peace was meaningless.

They arrived in Brazil, where most of their passports were for blondes and blue-eyed people, and at the suggestion of his girlfriend, decided to stay: “Let’s go and see Villa Well. “They say it’s a wonderful place.”
They could not predict the nightmares.

They did not know that hell was on the way.

They were not ready for what he was just waiting for.

The two had gone to many extraordinary places, which it was clear that they would disappear in the near future under the pretext of the comfort of the generation. But Paolo’s girlfriend left no room for argument, and she was the one who said the first and last word.

The Hippie Book is a novel by Paolo Coelho, first published in 2018. Paolo is a Brazilian young man who dreams of becoming a writer.
He embarks on a journey to find freedom and a deeper meaning in his life; First in Bolivia and then in Peru, Chile and Argentina. But the story of this trip does not end in these countries;

Paolo goes to the famous square of Amsterdam and there he meets a Dutch girl named Carla.

Carla convinces Paolo to accompany him on his trip to Nepal on the “magic bus”.

Wonderful companions accompany the two, each with a story to tell, and during the journey, they come to a different understanding of their values ​​and priorities in life.

In this exciting adventure, Paolo and Carla explore their relationship and are faced with choices that will change the course of their lives forever.

Hippie is a book by the talented Brazilian author Paolo Coelho about a part of his life.
Coelho could not stay there after going to law school because of his parents’s dreams and going to law school; As a result, he dropped out of school a year later and lived like a hippie for a while.

Hippies were a group of young Americans who emerged from the social movement in the 1960s. They lived in groups, had a common creed, believed in free love, had no interest in material things, and said that class society should be destroyed and rebuilt.

The lifestyle, art and clothing of the hippies had a great impact on various societies. During his hippie career, Paolo traveled, consumed drugs, and wrote songs.

Hippie is the story of this period of Paolo’s life. The story of his life and personal experience, which he calls the spiritual journey.
He was returning from his first long hippie journey. His girlfriend also accompanied him; She was a girl from the Yugoslav communist regime, and her family was ardent supporters of the aristocracy who had lost everything, but their daughter had been sent to various schools and classes, and she had mastered the five living languages. .

After that, he went to Brazil and married a millionaire, but they later separated, because the rich Brazilian believed that the woman was thirty-three years old and had to go to a seventeen-year-old girl.

Paolo’s girlfriend then hired a first-rate lawyer to compensate her ex-husband and live on the money for the rest of her life.

Paolo and his girlfriend had decided to take the death train to Machu Picchu.

The Hippie Book is a novel by Paolo Coelho about the spiritual journey into existence.

The present book contains the real and personal experiences of this prominent Brazilian author on his journey to Nepal.

Coelho first went to law school to please his parents; But a year later, he lost his temper and dropped out of school and lived like a hippie for a while.

Always seeking peace and challenging the social and political system, racism, consumerism and class divisions, he portrayed a generation struggling to achieve peace, criticizing the social system and breaking down laws and norms. It also broke. ‌

The Hippies were a group of young people who formed a social movement around the 1960s.
They preferred communal and collective life and believed in free love. They did not pay attention to material things and believed that the class differences of societies should be eliminated.

The lifestyle, art, and clothing worn by hippies influenced the various societies of the time. During his hippie career, Paolo Coelho traveled, consumed drugs, and wrote songs.

Paolo is a young and skinny Brazilian boy who wants to be a great writer and in this way, he must achieve freedom and a deep understanding of the meaning of life. He went on a long trip to Bolivia, Peru, Chile and then Argentina.

His next destination was the Netherlands. Paolo goes to the big and famous square of Amsterdam and there he meets a young Dutch girl named “Carla”. Carla convinces him to take a magic bus to Nepal.

This has an amazing journey and more amazing companions, each of whom comes to a different understanding of the values ​​and priorities of their lives.
The hippie book is actually the biography of Paolo Coelho and his contemporaries who had big aspirations and challenged governments.
In this book, Coelho travels from Amsterdam to Kathmandu in September 1970.

“The events of this book take place in September 1970, when I was a hippie on a bus (called the magic bus) to Kathmandu,” says the alchemist. I do not know if people still care about that time or not, but I have to look for my inner voice.

The life of Paolo Coelho has always been the source of inspiration for his books. Played with death, escaped madness, spent time on drugs, was tortured, experienced magic and alchemy, studied philosophy and religion, studied greedily, lost and regained faith, and the pain and joy of love Has experienced.

In search of his place in the world, he has found answers to the challenges that everyone faces. Happy is a narrative of this search, and an answer to the question of how Coelho became Coelho?

Sentences from the text of the book
Dance transforms everything, engages everything and does not judge anyone. People dance when they are free, even if they are in prison or in a wheelchair, because dancing is not a repetition of mere movements, it is a conversation with a creature who is bigger and more powerful than anyone and everything. Dancing is the use of language beyond selfishness and fear.
They were a danger to a whole generation of hard-working boys and girls trying to succeed in life; With that horrible record of unrestrainedness and “free love,” just as their opponents liked to say it with hatred.

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