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Eleven Minutes is the story of Maria a young girl from a Brazilian village whose first innocent brushes with love leave her heartbroken At a tender age she becomes convinced that she will never find true love instead believing that “love is a terrible thing that will make you suffer ” A chance meeting in Rio takes her to Geneva where she dreams of finding fame and fortuneMaria’s despairing view of love is put to the test when she meets a handsome young painter In this odyssey of self discovery Maria has to choose between pursuing a path of darkness—sexual pleasure for its own sake—or risking everything to find her own “inner light” and the possibility of sacred sex sex in the context of love


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  1. says:

    Onze minutos Elf minuten Eleven Minutes Paulo CoelhoEleven Minutes is a 2003 novel by Brazilian novelist Paulo Coelho Maria a young girl from a remote village of Brazil whose first encounters with love leave her heartbroken goes to seek her fortune in Switzerland She works for a time in a nightclub but soon becomes dissatisfied and after a heated discussion with her manager one night she uits her job She tries to become a model but is unsuccessful Because she is running out of money she accepts 1000 francs from an Arab man to spend the night with him She then decides to become a prostitute and ends up in a brothel on Rue de Berne the heart of Geneva's red light district There she befriends Nyah who gives her advice on her new profession and after learning the tricks of the trade from Milan the brothel owner she enters the job with her body and mind shutting all doors for love and keeps her heart open only for her diary uickly she becomes uite successful and famous and her colleagues begin to envy her Months pass and Maria grows into a professionally groomed prostitute who not only relaxes her clients' minds but also calms their souls by talking to them about their problems Her world turns upside down when she meets Ralf a young Swiss painter who sees her inner light Maria falls in love with him immediately and begins to experience what true love is according to the author it is a sense of being for someone without actually possessing himher Maria is now split between her sexual fantasies and true love for Ralf Eventually she decides that it is time for her to leave Geneva with her memory of Ralf because she realizes that they are worlds apart But before leaving she decides to rekindle the dead sexual fire in Ralf and learns from him about the nature of Sacred Sex sex which is mingled with true love and which involves the giving up of one's soul for the loved oneعنوانها 11 دقیقه؛ یازده دقیقه؛ نویسنده پائولو کوئیلو؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه جولای سال 2003 میلادیعنوان 11 دقیقه، نویسنده پائولو کوئیلو؛ مترجم آزاده تویسرکانی؛ تهران، زرین؛ 1382؛ در 328 ص؛ شایک 9644073908؛ از ترجمه آلمانی به فارسی ترجمه شده؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان برزیلی سده 21 معنوان یازده دقیقه، نویسنده پائولو کوئیلو؛ مترجم شهرزاد فتوحی؛ تهران، کتابسرای نیک؛ 1383؛ در 264 ص؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، پوینده، 1387؛ در 130 ص؛ شابک 9789642950140؛ عنوان یازده دقیقه، نویسنده پائولو کوئیلو؛ مترجم کیومرث پارسای؛ مشهد، نی نگار 1385؛ در 303 ص؛ شابک 9642617021؛ ماریا، دختری برزیلی، از شهری کوچک است او نیز همانند همه آدمها پاک به دنیا آمد، و در ابتدای نوجوانی، مرد زندگی خود را، در رویاهای خود، به صورت مردی ثروتمند، و خوش قیافه، و باهوش و؛ تجسم میکرد او تا زمانیکه که این شاهزاده ی رویاها، سوار بر اسب سفید بیاید، کاری جز خیالپردازی نداشت در یازده سالگی، عاشق همکلاسی خود میشود، اما در فرصتیکه به دستش آمد، سر صحبت را باز نکرد، و زمانیکه خود را آماده گفتگو نمود، آن پسر از آن شهر، به جایی دور میرود، و بدین ترتیب یاد گرفت، که انسانهای محبوب، و مورد علاقه، سرانجام میروند در پانزده سالگی دوباره عاشق پسری میشود، و اینبار اشتباه پیشین را تکرار نمیکند و ؛ اما به دلیل بی تجربگی آن پسر نیز، او را تنها میگذارد به فکر پناه بردن به صومعه میافتد، و میخواهد همه ی زندگی خود را، وقف عشقی کند، که نه زخم میزند، و نه داغ بر دل میگذارد، عشق به مسیح پس از آشنایی بیشتر با اندام خویش، و تناقض آن با آموزشهای کلیسا، زندگی مذهبی را ترک میکند در یکی از تجربه های بعدی خویش در حالیکه از باکره ماندن، در میان سایر دوستانش خسته و نگران است، خود را تسلیم میکد، در حالیکه هیچ احساسی، در این رابطه هم نبود، این تجارب، او را به این نتیجه رساند، که مردان چیزی جز درد، ناراحتی، رنج و ناامیدی، برایش به ارمغان نمیآورند همچنین علیرغم اینکه، همه جا و همه کس، القا میکنند، که بخش مهمی از زندگی یک زن را، یک مرد شکل میدهد، او هرگز نفهمید ارتباط با جنس مخالف چه لذتی دارد او پس از پایان دبیرستان، در مغازه ای آغاز به کار میکند، صاحب مغازه عاشق اوست، اما تجارب او، به اندازه ای است، که نگذارد از او سوء استفاده شود زمانیکه «ماریا» برای گذراندن تعطیلات، به ریودوژانیرو میرود، در ساحل کوپاکابانا، با مردی سوییسی روبرو میشود، که این مرد به او پیشنهاد کار در سوییس میدهد کار در یک کاباره، به عنوان رقاصه، و ورود به دنیای هنر با درآمدی مناسب و؛ «ماریا» تصمیم میگیرد، که مسیر زندگی خود را اینچنین تغییر دهد او پس از ورود به «ژنو» و مدتی کار در کاباره، متوجه میشود، که حقوق او، با کسورات قانونی قابل توجه، معادل یک دهم مبلغ وعده داده شده است و تازه پس از آن نیز، به دلیل اینکه یک روز سر کار خود، حاضر نمیشود به دلیل گردش با دوستی عرب، از کار خود اخراج میشود او پس از مدتی بیکاری، و هزینه کردن پس انداز خویش، و گشتن دنبال کار به عنوان مانکن و؛ نهایتاٌ بالاجبار یا با اختیار، به کار روسپیگری میپردازد، و تصمیم میگیرد که آنکار را به مدت محدودی یک سال انجام دهد، تا بتواند با اندوخته ی خود، خانه ای برای خانواده، و مزرعه ای نیز در «برزیل» بخرد، و به وطن بازگردد؛ موضوع داستان البته به خودی خود جنجالی است، و جالب توجه؛ اما نخستین نکته ای که خوانشگر را تحت تاثیر قرار میدهد، آن است، که «ماریا» یک فرد ویژه است او به کتابخانه میرود، و کتاب میخواند، و کوشش میکند، تا آموخته هایش را گسترش دهد یادمانهای خود را مینویسد، و مدام در حال تجزیه و تحلیل شرایط خویش است قلمش نیز زیباست ؛ نقل از متن من دو زن هستم یکی که میل دارد همه ی شادیها، عشقها و همه ی ماجراهای زندگی را داشته باشد، دیگری میخواهد برده ی روزانه، برده ی زندگی خانوادگی، و برده ی چیزهائی که برنامه ریزی میشوند، باشد پایان نقل از متن کتاب ا شربیانی


  2. says:

    So while living in Switzerland I had this book recommended nay practically forced upon me by a male acuaintance the book was put into my hands at a party and he told me that I should borrow it Not having read anything by Coelho previously though with a vague remembrance of my high school teacher violently hating the guy I set about politely reading it Imagine my surprise when I found out that the book was about an immigrant sex worker in Switzerland It made me than a little uncomfortable not because I have anything against sex workers but because I was also an immigrant living in Switzerland and I was in fact looking for a new job at the moment and this guy knew that and well it wasn't really what I had in mind I'm guessing or hoping that my friend's intrigue was with Coelho's general pseudo philosophy and that's why he recommended it I'm hoping that he wasn't really fascinated and wanting to discuss the plot The lovely plot of how Maria the sex worker has to choose between two of her millionaire clients; one who's a sadistic bad boy and one who is into delayed sexual gratification or even abstinence if I remember correctly but kind of complicated and hard to get close The reason for posting this review now besides being reminded of it while I was reviewing a streak of horrible books is that I suddenly realised that there was actually already a BDSM story from a very popular author way before Fifty Shades of Grey Or rather from what I've read about Fifty Shades it's about BDSM only while suggesting that anyone who's into it is really a depraved lunatic In the end of this book spoiler Maria denounces her previous wicked BDSM ways and chooses the right man Yay Urgh I'm actually thinking about writing an analysis on the whole phenomenon of writing detailed descriptions about BDSM while at the same time denouncing it It is really about trying to have the cake and eating it at the same timeI might include Cosmopolis by Don DeLillo in that analysis as well after reading a bit about it and seeing the following uote from that book My mood shifts and bends But when I'm alive and heightened I'm super acute Do you know what I see when I look at you? I see a woman who wants to live shamelessly in her body Tell me this is not the truth You want to follow your body into idleness and fleshiness That's why you have to run to escape the drift of your basic nature What do I see? Something lazy sexy and insatiableThey reach completion or less together touching neither each other nor themselvesFirst of all the writing style remind me of the previous two authors But also what is it with these people Coelho James and DeLillo and writing about young millionaires with a 'depraved' badly written sex lives? Seriously why are people buying into this? Is this the ultimate wish fullfillment for both genders the men can imagine they are rich young millionaires having sex with willing sex dolls and the women that they get the bad boy with an unlimited credit card? I really think better of people in general but of course with the way mainstream media looks these types of fantasies are only the logical conclusion of subtle versions on the same themeOne last thing The most enjoyable experience when reviewing this book came when reading the five star reviews of it and read this “How can he articulate so many nuggets of wisdom often through characters the writing of which expresses the irony and profundity of their insights and yet packaged in stories with such cliche outcomes??”If even your biggest fans think your writing is cliché maybe you might want to reconsider your writing style


  3. says:

    I didn't find this nearly as good as The Alchemist I do not know if Coelho was trying to really get in the mindset of a woman by over analyzing sex but I felt a real woman would be less philosophical and emotional about her experiences It seemed to me that she was detached from herself and no matter what shocking things would come her way she would still never be phased by it and I just felt it was too dehumanized Philosophical rampages on love and being the mother and friend to her clients turned me off entirely to this book Don't get me wrong Coelho is an elouent and gifted writer I just did not find this book as enjoyable as his other works


  4. says:

    I'm giving this book five stars because I definitely thought it was amazing BUT like every other Coelho book I've read it let me down in the end How can he articulate so many nuggets of wisdom often through characters the writing of which expresses the irony and profundity of their insights and yet packaged in stories with such cliche outcomes?? So many of his books explore the ephermerality of love the moment the permanence of change the fleetingness of forever and yet his characters always seem to end up living happily ever after This one was about my favorite topics sex pain and suffering pleasure enthrallment identity; the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves trust me I'm telling you stories the rationalization of emotion and spiritualization of the mundane Hey the mystery of life Maria a prostitute is exposed to an evening of sado masochistic role play with a special client and finds freedom from herself and her desires during orgasm tied up and whipped Then another lover another special client convinces her to not to go down that path that freedom can be found testing the limits of desire not the limits of pain They have their own little role play their relationship is based as much on fantasy as the other After a night of bliss she leaves him to go back to Brazil cherishing the memory that can be spoiled by real lifeBut then he intercepts her in Paris with roses it was their destiny ick and they live happily ever afterSo to sum up as E just pointed out The dirty parts I liked The ending not so muchThat's my review Happy reading


  5. says:

    Reluctantly admit to having read this subterranean book and there is absolutely no excuse as I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER after The Alchemist I only remembered having read it because I was trying to find something on my top shelf the one with the Let's forget I own them books and it fell into my hands A uick scan of its content reminded me that even uick scans are a waste of time when it comes to Coelho Note to self until I find the company of sheep educating than reading his novels are a no go areaToo harsh? Maybe Am in a bad mood as I can't find the book I really want to readSorry Eleven minutes review over


  6. says:

    In comparison to my experiences with his other pieces I can confidently say that this Paulo Cohelo work tests the reader in a uniue and dangerous way Each of his novels teach valuable lessons for adults through the interesting happenings of his protagonists This story does the same However the lesson taught borders on relationship counseling and sexual education It was just as compelling and effective as it was uncomfortable Uncomfortable in the sense that the information being learned as one reads each chapter is not theirs to have He accomplishes this through the less than innovative approach of journal or diary entries but envertheless it is striking how moving it is to read the sexual and romantic discoveries of a conventional young ladyA book that is difficult to put down A must read for many but especially those who have not yet discoveredy what makes them tick oo and ahhh Again an inspiration


  7. says:

    I was burnt by his book titled Veronica decides to die When I flipped through his bestseller The Alchemist I was not too impressed either I thought he was too Celestine Prophecy When I asked people what The Alchemist' was all about they always said it was about searching for something But they could never be able to explain what that something was and they uickly moved on to rave about how inspirational the book was How you can say searching for something you don't even know inspirational is beyond me I'm too dumb for stuffs like thatAnyway I picked up this book in Freiburg's train station while waiting for our train to Titisee I remembered wrongly that this was the book that Cindy raved about Having read her review I wanted to give Paulo Coelho a second chanceThe book is about Maria a young Brazilian girl who comes from a poor family dreams of fairy tales and ends up as a prostitute in Geneva Apparently this is based on a true story That's the first mistake The idea is not uniue but I suppose variations can be spun into interesting stories However he fails to marry his philosophical style with this true story with a fixed ending which to do it successfully I'm sure must be extremely difficultThe first few chapters outlining the life of little Maria are engaging enough I couldn't put the book down at this stage Once she gets to Switzerland the lecturing dreamy philosophical style that I dislike starts Maria is no ordinary prostitute She is beautiful as well as smart Yawn She first attempts to justify her reasons or anybody's reasons to be a prostitute Before that is concluded she moves on to find a rich and young and handsome painter who worships her Snore At the same time she is tempted into masochism by a rich again and famous music producer who is disappointed by his wife's infidelity She must choose between these two That is essentially the story In between the story about Maria the author inserts graphic descriptions of various sexual acts sex education which sometimes read like a newspaper's sex column ejaculation is not the same as sex please and historical information the history of prostitution complete with years marking civilization PahI also note a few exaggerations in this book One I cannot stand is this He describes that the loneliest people are the top executives commanding lots of money and respect and having great families when asked to change jobs by head hunters The reasons? Because this executive cannot talk to his colleagues as they wouldn't let them go This is misleading It highly depends on situation and he can't talk to his family because the wife who knows nothing about taking risk wouldn't let him HELLO?? Despite his attempt to be sophisticated and deep this is very shallow indeedI wrote the review when I was about 34 into the story Toward the end her struggle between staying in Geneva or going back to Brazil is slow and painfully dotted with unnecessary pretentious and meaningless analysis of love sex women men the universe and the rubbish After reading the ending I was further disappointed and decided to downgrade the rating by one starThe story can be interesting but it has to be done strictly as a biography as a story tellingThis book sorts of seals my dislike of his writings I dislike the content I dislike the style I dislike his empty philosophies I don't know what to learn from his books Maybe that's because I don't care to interpret But shouldn't good writings do not reuire people to interpret their messages but ponder on the contents? Having said that try and read it especially if you are a fan You may beg to differ


  8. says:

    All you need to know for picking this book “At every moment of our lives we all have one foot in a fairy tale and the other in the abyss” “While she was waiting for her Prince Charming to appear all she could do was dream” “She had to content herself with loving and suffering in silence until the end” “When we meet someone and fall in love we have a sense that the whole universe is on our side And yet if something goes wrong there is nothing left How is it possible for the beauty that was there only minutes before to vanish so uickly? Life moves very fast It rushes from heaven to hell in a matter of seconds” “but something always went wrong and the relationship would end precisely at the moment when she was sure that this was the person with whom she wanted to spend the rest of her life After a long time she came to the conclusion that men brought only pain frustration suffering and a sense of time dragging” “I can choose either to be a victim of the world or an adventurer in search of treasure It’s all a uestion of how I view my life” “Don’t listen to the malicious comments of those friends who never taking any risks themselves can only see other people’s failures” “If I can walk on my own I can go wherever I like” “Life always waits for some crisis to occur before revealing itself at its most brilliant”


  9. says:

    Book ReviewOnce upon a time there was a bird He was adorned with two perfect wings and with glossy colorful marvelous feathers In short he was a creature made to fly about freely in the sky bringing joy to everyone who saw himOne day a woman saw this bird and fell in love with him She watched his flight her mouth wide in amazement her heart pounding her eyes shining with excitement She invited the bird to fly with her and the two traveled across the sky in perfect harmony She admired and venerated and celebrated that birdBut then she thought He might want to visit far off mountains And she was afraid afraid that she would never feel the same way about any other bird And she felt envy envy for the bird's ability to flyAnd she felt aloneAnd she thought I'm going to set a trap The next time the bird appears he will never leave againThe bird who was also in love returned the following day fell into the trap and was put in a cageShe looked at the bird everyday There he was the object of her passion and she showed him to her friends who said Now you have everything you could possibly want However a strange transformation began to take place now that she had the bird and no longer needed to woo him she began to lose interest The bird unable to fly and express the true meaning of his life began to waste away and his feathers to lose their gloss; he grew ugly; and the woman no longer paid him any attention except by feeding him and cleaning out his cageOne day the bird died The woman felt terribly sad and spent all her time thinking about him But she did not remember the cage she thought only of the day when she had seen him for the first time flying contentedly amongst the cloudsIf she had looked deeply into herself she would have realized that what had thrilled her about the bird was his freedom the energy of his wings in motion not his physical bodyWithout the bird her life too lost all meaning and Death came knocking at her door Why have you come? she asked Death So that you can fly once with him across the sky Death replied If you had allowed him to come and go you would have loved and admired him even ; alas you now need me in order to find him againSo now I think that passage from the book already ate up my review so I'll just add some extra thingsFirst As expected from Paulo Coelho this is another philosophical somewhat self help inspirational novel This book was actually dedicated to a fan named Maurice Gravelines and Coelho met this guy unintentionally when he visited the Grotto in Lourdes When they met the guy was like You know you look just like Paulo Coelho And then Coelho said that yeah it was really him And then the guy embraced him and he said to Coelho that TheyCoelho's books make me dream I think that pretty sum up what kind of books Coelho's areSecond This book actually talks a lot about sex so I really recommend this book to adult readers 18 years old and above The novel has some masturbation scenes BDSM a blowjob scene etc It just talks a lot about orgasm and in the other hand it also talks about the sacredness of sex and some history of prostitution blah blah blah So really adult readers or if you're sensitive about sex or anything about it maybe this book is not for youThird My only complain about this book is thatthere's actually a Filipino character in this book and she's a prostitute in the book and she's Maria's friend My only problem about her is her name which is Nyah I just really find her name weird and not very uote and uote Filipino Maybe the author did not have time to research on it but the common names of Filipinos are similar to Spanish names and American names so I just really find it odd that her name's Nyah since it doesn't sound like a Filipino name Maybe he could just name that character Juana or Ana or Susan but to name her Nyah it was just odd shoulder shrugThoughts before ReadingFinally this has been available in our library So many people have been borrowing it and when I go to the libray its always unavailable Now it's my time to read it and I'm so excited since one of my classmate really like it and he said that this is his most favorite Coelho book I'm curious to know why


  10. says:

    I haven't read any of his works before a friend told me that Eleven Minutes is very good a story of finding true love and where sex should play part in the search for it but without a sense of vulgarism in the plot Other friend told me that it is Paulo Coelho at his best So I decided to borrow the book from the bookshop where I work and read it all the way till the last page And I have to say both of my friend is right this book is so good to read It talks than just finding true love and sex for me it's about searching and understanding yourself where at the end you'll find true compatible feeling in loving someone So many uotable lines if the book is mine I'm sure I've mark most of the pages I think I need to buy one and put it in my bookshelf One day I'll make that someone read this book this book is a must read book for any couple who want to understand each other better