The Archer Book Summary by Paulo Coelho

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What is the summary of the book The Archer written by Paulo Coelho? Summary, analysis and the characters of The Archer

The Archer Book Summary by Paulo Coelho

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Tetsuya used to work as a stable boy for a landlord. However, since Agha rarely comes to the mansion, Tetsuya has taken to drinking and women. One day, he was very drunk and while he was walking down the road, he suddenly fell down and passed out. The man who meets him on the road takes him to his house and takes care of him for months and makes sure that he recovers his health. This man can shoot very well. Tetsuya admires arrow shooting and asks to be taught himself. The man begins to teach Tetsuya by guiding him. Over time, Tetsuya’s fame spreads throughout the country and he becomes the best archer. When the man thinks that Tetsuya has learned to shoot arrows very well, he takes away the arrow and the target, leaves the bow as a souvenir and sends him away, telling him to practice what he learned here by working on his favorite job. and try not to get sick again.

Tetsuya starts working as a carpenter upon arriving in a town and not telling anyone that he is a very good archer. But one day, a stranger comes to track down Tetsuya and asks a boy from the market to find Tetsuya and try to challenge him. Therefore, the only person in the village who knew that Tetsuya was an archer was that boy. Tetsuya accepts what the man said and they start shooting arrows. Tetsuya tells the man about his mistake. The man, on the other hand, accepts his mistakes and walks away, showing gratitude to Tetsuya.

The young man asks Tetsuya to teach him how to shoot arrows.

The young man asks Tetsuya to teach him how to shoot arrows. He tells Tetsu that he can’t teach him how to shoot arrows, but that he can show him the Way of the Archer, and starts explaining archery to the boy until he finishes the way. He starts with the friendship first. He says that he should choose his friends among good, self-taught, positive people, with a lot of energy and determination because the support of his friends raises or lowers him. The friends he chooses must have a goal, a purpose. Otherwise, they will drag you into the swamp.

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It also mentions bow, arrow and target. He compares Sagittarius to life. Sometimes he needs to rest. He says that if it’s always on the move, it will break and wear out. The arrow gets its energy from the bow. It is an important tool on the way to the goal. The arrow resembles intention. If the intention started something wrong and without measure, it should not be. However, if you don’t shoot arrows for fear of making a mistake, you shouldn’t be afraid of making a mistake. Our friends cannot tell us what is right and where is wrong without making mistakes. We make mistakes in order to find the truth. The goal is the purpose. Shooting an arrow without a purpose means nothing. The goal must be well defined and well focused. One must see not only the target but also the things that exist around it. For example, if the wind blows while the arrow is moving towards the target, the arrow will be disoriented from its target. Therefore, attention must be paid to other factors that exist in the environment.

So the posture must be graceful. Nothing must be lost from grace. Whatever happens, one must not give up his grace. Holding the arrow Tetsuya ends the narration of him holding the bow, the music that will play while the string is drawn, how to look at the target, the timing of the shot, and replay. He ends the conversation by asking the last boy not to tell anyone that he is actually an archer. Nothing must be lost from grace. Whatever happens, one must not give up his grace. Holding the arrow Tetsuya ends the narration of him holding the bow, the music that will play while the string is drawn, how to look at the target, the timing of the shot, and replay. He ends the conversation by asking the last boy not to tell anyone that he is actually an archer. Nothing must be lost from grace. Whatever happens, one must not give up his grace. Holding the arrow Tetsuya ends the narration of him holding the bow, the music that will play while the string is drawn, how to look at the target, the timing of the shot, and replay. He ends the conversation by asking the last boy not to tell anyone that he is actually an archer.

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